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Category: Med Spa

Does Your Skin Have the Winter Blues?

Posted on: February 29, 2016

There’s so much to enjoy during the winter months:  Brisk walks through the cool air, skating on frozen ponds and making snowmen in the gently swirling snow. It’s a magical winter wonderland that just begs you to snuggle up in front of a warm fire, with a cozy blanket and a hot cup of cocoa. […]

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50 is the New 30 When You Apply These Beauty Secrets

Posted on: August 13, 2015

If you are creeping closer towards that dreaded mid-century birthday, fear not. There are more ways than ever to age gracefully and preserve your youthful appearance, but it requires due diligence and skin care. It is important to maintain a healthy mindset and of course, eating a healthy diet and exercising goes a long way […]

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New Trends Find More Men Getting Cosmetic Procedures

Posted on: July 14, 2015

Now, more than ever, more men are getting cosmetic procedures in El Paso and in other places around the country. Although women still rule the plastic surgery industry, statistics released by the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS) points to a growing number of men who are no longer content to let the aging […]

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Need a Pick-Me-Up This Summer? Turn to MedSpa at Southwest Plastic Surgery for Rejuvenation

Posted on: July 7, 2015

In the summer, people become more self-conscious about their appearance. Skimpier clothing and sunny days naturally highlight flaws in your skin, as well as bringing those fine lines, freckles or wrinkles out into the open. Yet, even if you are diligent about your skin care regiment and exercise, you may feel as though some areas […]

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Say Bye-Bye to Jelly Rolls

Posted on: May 8, 2015

When you smile, the muscles around your eyes contract. Over time, this can cause wrinkles and creases to appear. The horizontal under eye lines are often caused by the circular muscles contracting and moving eyelids as you open and shut your eyelids. Blinking, squinting, and other unavoidable reflexes may lead to crow’s feet and also […]

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