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Good Fat vs. Bad Fat

August 15th, 2017 | Tags:

When it comes to health, diets, and the subject of fast, the latter often gets a bad rap. Some of this backlash is usually pretty justified, because certain types of fat play major roles in the onset of cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cancer, and obesity. Still, it is important to note that not all fats are…

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What are the Causes of Acne Scars?

August 8th, 2017 | Tags:

The struggle with acne is real for many people well into their adult years– and unfortunately, even those who are lucky enough to experience a drastic decline in acne related symptoms over time can still be left with terrible reminders of puberty-related skin issues through acne scarring. As the name suggests, acne scars are the…

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What is Micro-needling and What can it Treat?

July 21st, 2017 | Tags:

Micro-needling may sound like an intimidating procedure at first but the treatment can be considered a more effective way to do a facial. Don’t let the word “needle” scare you. Learn more about micro-needling and what the treatment can do for you.   What is Micro-needling? Micro-needling, also known as dermarolling, is a safe and…

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Beverly Hills Plastic Surgery, Inc., welcomes Aesthetic Nurse, Stacy Wright, RN.

April 22nd, 2016 |

One of Los Angeles’ highest patient-reviewed practices, Beverly Hills Plastic Surgery, Inc., welcomes Aesthetic Nurse, Stacy Wright, RN. Stacy graduated from Los Angeles Harbor College and started her nursing career as a Pediatric and Family care nurse for four years. She found the love of Cosmetic-Plastic Surgery during the next 16 years working as an…

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Effects of the Sun on the Face

December 25th, 2015 | Tags: ,

Amidst this chilly winter weather, many people are longing to feel the warm, welcoming rays of sunshine against their skin. Not only does this give your mood and body a boost, but a certain amount of sun exposure is beneficial for your health. However, many times, too much of a good thing can actually be…

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