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by The Aesthetic Society

If we learned anything from Goldilocks, it’s that no chair, porridge or bed can be all things to all people. Most things can’t. That includes plastic surgery. It’s an odd transition, but it’s true

Can Too Much Collagen be a Bad Thing?
by The Aesthetic Society

My Adventures with a Stubborn Keloid Scar

By Allison Schmidt

A keloid scar is basically the only time I think of collagen as a bad thing, because too much of it following an injury or a mole removal

by Nancy-Weinberg-Simon

While you won't ever find me with binoculars up to my eyes, keeping track of all the different species of birds I've seen, you might find me purchasing artwork, linens or china with birds on them, or

The Hairy Truth About Female Hair Loss
by The Aesthetic Society

By: Genevieve Miller

While all of us lose an average of 50 to 100 hairs a day, sometimes we lose far more - to the point where it becomes painfully noticeable. To make matters worse, there is a

by melissa-chapman

After the birth of my second child who was delivered via C-section, I was left with a small but noticeable area of extra skin which, despite my best efforts to minimize, I have not been able to

by The Aesthetic Society

According to J. Peter Rubin, MD, Chair of the University of Pittsburgh’s Department of Plastic Surgery, fat transfer is a minimally invasive technique in which fat is removed from what part of the