Learning to age gracefully

Addicted June 2021

Cosmetic, or aesthetic medicine can be simply understood as the level past skincare, and what you can do around taking care of your face and body at home.  Aesthetic medicine can include less invasive methods of cosmetic enhancements from Botox (to reduce muscle movement and prevent wrinkles) to fillers (used to replace lost fat and volume in the face), to use of technology like lasers, skin tightening, and radiofrequencies.  It can also refer to surgical procedures like facelifts, breast augmentation and liposuction.  No matter what level one may take it to, cosmetic medicine is something more and more people of all ages and life stages are embracing as part of their personal care priorities.