Just like miles on a car’s speedometer, ultraviolet light exposure clocks-up over the years. The faster and longer you drive, the more “ultraviolet miles” you rack-up. So when you have clocked-up enough – no matter if you are forty, sixty or eighty – the medical reality is the appearance of sun-damaged skin.


With the arrival of spring, it’s natural to start thinking of the coming summer months and holidays, and the impending beach body battle that many of us go through!


Facial aging is an inevitable fact of life. While we have no control over the genetic component responsible for aging, there are well documented factors known to accelerate the process that we can control.


10 tips about cosmetic surgery, is it right for YOU?


After the summer our skin tends to become dry and can lose its radiance.