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How to Keep Your Skin Healthy and Avoid Sun Damage

Examining sun damage and skin protection involves learning to understand some “alphabet soup.” We regularly encounter terms like SPF, UVB, and UVB in articles about what’s best for your skin. At Connecticut Facial Plastic Surgery, we prefer to simplify, so there is no confusion in understanding what’s best for your skin beauty. Here is a… Read More »

Caring For Your Skin Under Your Face Mask

Since we first learned about the CDC recommendations advocating face coverings to deter the spread of Covid-19, little did we know that masks would become clothing accessories. And while many of us are making the most of it by owning multiple masks to go with what whatever we wear from day to day, even the… Read More »

Types of Scars and Their Treatments

5 Things Even Smart People Get Wrong About Sunscreen If you care about your skin’s health, you’re probably someone who uses sunscreen. You apply, reapply, and do your research. But while you are concerned about proper skincare, some common myths leave many vulnerable to sun-damaged skin, premature aging, and the risk of skin cancer. To… Read More »

5 Things Most People Get Wrong About Sunscreen

If you care about your skin’s health, you’re probably someone who uses sunscreen. You apply, reapply, and do your research. But while you are concerned about proper skincare, some common myths leave many vulnerable to sun-damaged skin, premature aging, and the risk of skin cancer. To help clear up these misunderstandings, our team at Connecticut… Read More »

Top 5 Myths about Facetite Facial Rejuvenation

Most of the time, you can’t even tell someone has had a facelift unless the results are unnatural looking. Less advanced techniques require more stretching than more current techniques of repositioning, causing the infamous “wind-blown” look. It’s why so many women and men pause when considering facial surgery. They want to turn back the effects… Read More »