How are tattoos removed?

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February 28, 2005

Dermatologist Joshua L. Fox. Director of Advanced Dermatology P.C. and The Center for Laser and Cosmetic Surgery’s Center of Laser and Cosmetic Surgery in New York City Explain:

Industry expert say that 50 percent of people with tattoos will someday someday getting rid of their body art.more..

A mountain man needs face cream

Chicago Tribune

A mountain man needs face cream

by Judy Hevrdejs

Ski instructor Simon Unkovskov shuns face masks, Says they mess up his breathing and line of vision. Instead, he slathers on face cream for his on-hill time. Whether he’s teaching in Colorado or at the Wilmost Mountain Ski School just over the Wisconsin border.

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A New Approach to Treating Troubling Marks

Today's Parent

A New Approach to Treating Troubling Marks

By Joshua Fox, MD

Since the early 1900s, babies born with such disfiguring vascular birthmarks as hemagiomas and port wine stains – and their parents – have traditionally been met with a “hands-off” approach to treatment. But the medical community is slowly switching it’s tact from “watchful waiting” to early intervention, diagnosis and often even treatment.

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Plumping Up Wrinkles

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Plumping Up Wrinkles

HA got its big breaks as a wrinkle-fighter in December 2003 and again last April, when the FDA approved
injectable Restylane and Hylaform, respectively, for use in filling in wrinkles around the nose and mouth. (more…)