The Doctors weigh in on the millennial trend of “pre-toxing,” where you receive treatments like fillers or injections at the first sign of a wrinkle. Does this approach work in combating those pesky lines?
Puffiness, wrinkles and dark circles can age you. Here are some quick tips to make your eyes look brighter and younger.
How to get a younger looking appearance is the question many people, especially women, have been asking for years. The Doctors meet Nicole who wants to know the answer.
The Doctors put a new “crease release” product to the test that claims to get rid of the vertical lines on your face in a matter of minutes with no downtime. Does it work?
Newlyweds Roberta, 77, Abraham, 74, want their appearance to match their youthful lifestyle and go to plastic surgeons Dr. Andrew Ordon and Dr. Ritu Chopra for facelifts.
Find out the surprising beauty product that can keep your lips looking great!
Do you get red and flushed when you drink wine? “The Wand” reportedly helps combat “wine glow.” And, do you have dry, wrinkled skin? StemuTone by Adonia claims it can reverse it. But do these products work? Find out as we put them to the test!
Dermatologist Dr. Billy Groff and his patient Marcella talk about a new wrinkle erasing treatment that reportedly could be permanent.
An alarming surge of measles outbreaks in the U.S. has health officials on heightened alert. Could you — or your child — be at risk? Then, from saggy necks to flabby stomachs, see breakthrough procedures for women’s biggest body complaints. Plus, learn ho
Plastic and reconstructive surgeon Dr. Leif Rogers demonstrates ThermiTight, a minimally invasive, nonsurgical procedure that uses thermal energy to stimulate collagen and elastin to create younger-looking legs.