Warfield Weekly Update
Jan. 2, 2015

No. 10
Tighten your face without surgery

From Oct. 31: It's the first place people look when they see you — and the first place you notice signs of aging. But what if you could tighten your face without major surgery? "It's the first FDA-approved treatment and technology to actually lift and tighten your tissue," explained Dr. Craig Vander Kolk, plastic surgeon and director of cosmetic medicine and surgery at Mercy Medical Center in Jacksonville, Florida.More

No. 9
Rejuvenation of the aging neck

From Oct. 17: The long, slender neck is a symbol of youth, beauty and elegance. When the aging process hits the neck and lower face, it creeps silently upon us, until suddenly, one day, we notice significant neck sagging, jowling and textural skin changes. Luckily, we have new advances in the treatment of the aging neck that can add a nice, step-wise approach to neck rejuvenation for patients of all ages.More

No. 8
Dermatologists spill on the anti-aging products they use themselves

From Oct. 31: Dermatologists are always up on the most innovative new products, the most effective treatments and the most cutting-edge technology, so they usually (although not surprisingly) have pristine, age-defying skin. But what do they actually use on themselves?More

No. 7
The 6 body parts that reveal your age

The Huffington Post
From April 18: With age, your skin thins and grows less elastic. As a result, wrinkles, age spots and skin tags become more common. Generally speaking, you can promote healthier skin by bathing in warm — and not hot — water. You should also wear sunscreen and not smoke. But even if you've done everything right, there are some body parts that just seem destined to betray your age no matter what you do. The Huffington Post put together a list of the six body parts that betray your age first — with some helpful hints on how to keep yourself from looking too old, too fast.More

No. 6
Sunscreen doesn't protect against skin cancer?

From June 20: New research published in the journal Nature gives us some insight into the molecular reasons why UV light causes skin cancer, and also key evidence that sunscreen doesn't completely protect against UV damage to the skin. As we head into the summer months, this information is vital to protecting yourself against skin damage.More

No. 5
Popular collagen drink from Japan now in the Philippines

Manila Standard Today
From Oct. 24: Collagen literally holds the body together. It plays a key role in providing the structural scaffolding for cells, tissues and organs. Collagen is also responsible for the smooth and plump appearance of young and healthy skin. This is why beauty conscious people have collagen injections — to make sagging skin plump and healthy looking again. Now, collagen drinks are said to be the secret for longevity and beauty of Japanese people, who are known for their smooth skin and youthful appearance. These drinks are also very popular in China and South Korea.More

No. 4
World's 1st drinkable sunscreen goes on sale

Headlines & Global News
From May 23: The world's first drinkable SPF has arrived. Harmonised H20 UV provides users with up to 30 percent protection, helping sunbathers to soak up the rays for longer without fear of getting burned, U.K. MailOnline reported. According to U.S. company Osmosis Skincare, the product's liquid molecules cancel out 97 percent of UVA and UVB rays after vibrating on the skin upon being ingested. Priced at $29 for a 100 milliliters bottle, the liquid sunscreen boasts of being the world's first one. It is currently on sale.More

No. 3
Study: Anti-wrinkle collagen pill really works

From Oct. 10: In the August 2014 issue of Prevention, readers are alerted to a new anti-wrinkle collagen treatment that research shows actually works as well as — if not better than — most retinoic acid creams. More surprisingly is the fact that this anti-aging agent is not applied directly to the skin; rather, it is taken as a pill. Here is what its researchers have to say about this new anti-wrinkle miracle and what you should look for when buying it.More

No. 2
Viewpoint: Are hyperpigmentation treatments doing more harm than good?

Skin Inc.
From Sept 12: For decades, people have lamented the spots that develop on the face as they age. What if those spots were actually beneficial to the health of your skin? Should that change your approach to treating them? It is possible that some of the current strategies that are being employed to treat hyperpigmentation result in more spots throughout time. This article addresses the common misconceptions about the role of age spots, liver spots and melasma, and offers new ways to correct these issues without compromising the health of the skin.More

No. 1
Is Botox starting to show its age?

The Guardian
From April 4: Happy birthday Botox, approved in 1989 for treating uncontrolled blinking, again in 2000 for spasms of the neck, and finally in April 2002, for the treatment of lines between the eyebrows. Happy birthday Botox, with your things that you stand for, and the faces you make.More