Category: Skincare

6 skincare habits you can start in your 40s in Washington D.C.

6 Skincare Habits You Can Start in Your 40s

February 27, 2019 by Center for Plastic Surgery

As you may have heard before, starting out a consistent and effective skincare routine in your 20s will help you maintain a youthful, vibrant glow well into your later years. But if you’ve only realized the need for a good skin care regimen in your 40s, fret not. There’s still plenty of time to pay… Read more »

7 Products to Address All Your Skin Issues

January 24, 2019 by Center for Plastic Surgery

More and more skincare products seem to sprout up in beauty stores all over. Though there are lots advertised by skin experts, beauty gurus, and celebrities, knowing which product suits you can prove to be a lot tougher than you think. You’ve heard it plenty of times, but it’s important to remember that what works… Read more »

7 Habits to Drop in 2019 to Achieve Better Skin

January 21, 2019 by Center for Plastic Surgery

People want to look their best at any age. Over the past few years, there’s been great emphasis on good skincare habits and the products you need to have in order to achieve great looking skin. Because of this, you can find plenty of information on foolproof skincare routines and the best products and treatments… Read more »

What to Add to Your HydraFacial for Glowing, Refreshed Skin

November 28, 2018 by Center for Plastic Surgery

The HydraFacial offers a quick and comfortable solution to enhancing your skin! With no side effects or downtime necessary, this treatment is the perfect way to get glowing skin before an event. At CPS, we offer add-ons to enhance your HydraFacial results! What is a HydraFacial? The HydraFacial is a unique skin care treatment that… Read more »

Building Your Summer Skincare Routine

Winter and summer can come with their own set of challenges when it comes to skincare. Just like your wardrobe, your skincare regimen is most likely different from season to season. That’s a good thing since your skin has different needs when the weather gets warm. Here are some steps to add in to make… Read more »

How to Take Care of Your Skin this Summer

May was skin cancer awareness month, but you should be taking care of your skin every month, especially in the summer when you’re spending more time in the sun! Keep reading to learn more about how you can protect your skin and detect signs of damage. The importance of sunscreen Anyone can get skin cancer,… Read more »

Can You Spare Two Hours? Favorite Quick Treatments for Looking Refreshed After the Holidays

December 17, 2015 by Center for Plastic Surgery

If you’re hoping to look better without advertising that you had a little extra help, the holidays can be a perfect time to sneak in a minimally invasive cosmetic procedure (or two!). Professional skin renewal treatments are a fantastic way to pamper yourself within a few spare hours, and you can have everyone at the… Read more »

I Did Everything Right & Still Got Sunburned. What Am I Doing Wrong?

It’s a beautiful day and you’re headed for an afternoon of poolside fun. You’ve got your SPF 15 in tow and a brand new pair of shades. You get to the pool, slather on the sunscreen, and you’re good to go. Or so you thought, until you get home that evening and your skin is… Read more »

Pro Makeup Tips for Contouring Your Face

Do you ever wish you had Kim Kardashian’s flawless skin and chiseled cheekbones? Contouring makeup may be her not-so-little secret, but there’s no reason it can’t be yours as well! Using makeup to contour and highlight your face looks complicated, but it is achievable at home. What is Contouring? 2015 is officially the “Year of… Read more »

Should the FDA Crackdown on the Cosmetics Industry?

September 15, 2016 by Center for Plastic Surgery

When we wash our hair, moisturize our skin, or apply our mascara in the morning, most of us take it for granted that the health and beauty items we use on a daily basis are safe—after all, doesn’t the FDA approve cosmetics? Actually, the answer is no. Although the Food & Drug Administration can regulate… Read more »