The newest contender in the botulinum toxin type A arena, Xeomin joins BOTOX and Dysport as the battle against wrinkles and lines continues.
Spider and varicose veins don't have to keep you hiding your legs away. Treat your problem veins with a range of options.
From laser spider vein therapy to injectable medicines, find out the details on spider and varicose vein causes and treatments.
A well known New York dermatologist shares the details about the latest treatments to combat all of your skin problems, from wrinkles to sweating.
There are several treatments for varicose and spider veins including lasers and sclerotherapy. Asclera is a new sclerosing agent that may offer patients a way to get rid of veins pain free.
Varicose veins, unsightly and often painful, are found on the back of the legs - what causes them, how to avoid getting them, and new non-surgical treatment that is available.
From natural to professional treatments, you can be rid of those unsightly spider and varicose veins that show up on the back of the legs.
A simple injectable medicine can get rid of your spider veins for good.
Battle against your signs of aging with these tips to fight off age spots, wrinkles and fine lines.
Now there is a vein laser and a new injectable that are both FDA approved for treating spider veins.
A new sclerotherapy medicine is now shipping to doctors' offices throughout the US.
We're looking at some of the latest cosmetic surgery procedures to treat bags under they eyes and get rid of spider veins. Also, tips for timed weight loss and why some researchers are saying chocolate may be healthier than fruit.
A potential game changer, the fine-line injectable Belotero, is in the cusp of FDA-approval in the U.S.