Often thought of as a "starter" filler, Prevelle is slightly thinner and has a lower concentration of hyaluronic acid than other popular dermal fillers. The injectable filler was approved by the FDA in 2008, and is recommended for nasolabial folds ("smile lines"), crow's feet and marionette lines.
Thermage has been touted as an effective, albeit painful, method for smoothing out wrinkled and dimpled skin. Endorsed by no less of an icon than Oprah, Thermage uses radiofrequency technology to stimulate collagen production in the skin. The skin-tightening device can be applied almost anywhere on the body, including the face, eyelids, lips, abdomen, arms, hands, thighs and buttocks to treat sagging skin, loose jowls, turkey neck, wrinkles and fine lines.
Restylane is a very popular injectable based on hyaluronic acid, used for erasing wrinkles and adding fullness to depleted areas of the face. With almost immediate results (with improvements becoming more obvious over time), fine furrows and folds can be masked with Restylane injections.
How do celebrities get those bright, white, Chicklet-esque chompers? In most cases, it's not from their gene pool—it's from veneers, custom-designed tooth covers. Veneers can permanently cover stains, chips, cracks, and whatever else (for the most part) aesthetically ails your teeth. The coverings can be made from porcelain or resin, though the former is more durable.
The Master Cleanse is a strict liquid-only diet designed to detoxify the body.
While some diets eliminate carbohydrates altogether, and others remove every last drop of fat, the South Beach Diet does neither. The South Beach Diet seeks to simply replace "bad" carbs and fats with ones that are "good" for you.