Neck lifts are now less invasive

         Do you have rounded jaws? This might be because of the excessive fatty tissues in your jaw that contributes to the lacking definition between your neck and your jaw. This rounded shape can give you a chubby face, thus making you look older than you actually are.  The best way of getting rid of the excess tissues and regaining a well defined jaw is by a procedure called a neck lift.

          Neck lift procedures have gotten less invasive these days, thanks to the excellent advancement in medical technologies. Here, a small incision is made underneath the chin, and excess fat is removed via liposuction. Then two more incisions are made behind each ear, which is then used to tighten the platysma muscle, which helps to achieve a tight, firm appearance.

      This method is extremely safe and leaves virtually no scars. Smaller incisions mean shorter recovery time and less discomfort as well. With the incisions being made at dedicated locations, it reduces the risk of damaging facial nerves. Ultimately, it offers you natural looking results over longer periods of time.

         At Asian Hair and Skin Clinic, we offer exquisite neck lifts and other forms of facial correction procedures that makes your skin look younger and better. For more information about our services, do visit our website at www.asianhairnskinclinic.com

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5 tips to take better care of your skin

With the increasing pollution around us, it is imperative for us to take good care of our skin in order to avoid pigmentation, premature ageing, acne out break and a number of other problems. Here are five tips from our specialists at Asian hair and skin clinic, to help you take better care of your skin on a daily basis-

  1. Use sunscreen: Although exposure to soft sun-rays during the early mornings or evenings is beneficial and necessary part of a healthy lifestyle, exposing your skin to the harmful rays of the afternoon sun can turn out to be disadvantageous in the long run. Always remember to wear a good broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of at least 15.
  2. Smoking is injurious to skin: Smoking is not only harmful to your respiratory tract, but also affects your skin. When the contaminated blood transverses beneath your skin cells, it narrows the blood vessels underneath your skin and accelerates wrinkles. Insufficient supply of required nutrients and oxygenated blood robs your skin of the natural ‘glow’ and makes your skin look clammy.
  3. Be gentle: Easy does it. Use a mild soap, and avoid vigorously scrubbing your skin with heavy abrasives. If required, us a soft loofah to remove any grime that won’t go away. Make sure to use face wash for your face, and not the regular soap. Use a moisturiser that suits your skin to keep it from drying out throughout the day.
  4. Drink water. Lots of it: Doctors prescribe drinking up to 8 glasses of water a day. Water is a great detoxifier and also helps keep your skin well hydrated.

Eat a well balanced meal: Including vitamin C rich meals such as oranges and lemons into your diet will help you keep your skin healthy. This diet should also contain copious amounts of fresh fruits and vegetables as well.