Having a graceful, well-defined neckline is a small thing that can make a dramatic difference in your appearance. Yet factors like age, weight loss and genetics can all contribute to problems like loose neck skin, sagging jowls or a double chin.
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Radiofrequency energy is great for patients who aren't ready for a facelift, breast lift or tummy tuck but do have a little excess skin and fat. Dr. Jacob Unger explains how the technology works, who's a good candidate for the procedure and shares a before and after photo.
A chemical peel for the face is a procedure in which a chemical solution is applied to the skin to remove damaged skin cells, treat wrinkles and correct scar and sunspot discolorations. Chemical peels contain different types of acids that have varying depths of skin penetration.
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