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Quarantine 15: What to Do When the Joke Becomes Your Reality

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After a year that included months of quarantine for many, there have been some pretty funny memes circulating the internet. There were dramatic computer-generated images showing cartoon characters after quarantine. Some people shared pictures of chubby babies with funny captions, while others created memes showing people crying about eating all of the quarantine snacks. Another

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Mini Facelift vs. Full Facelift: What’s the Difference?

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Did you know that your face is one of the first places to show signs of aging? Because of this, many people opt to undergo facelift procedures to reduce signs of aging in the face and neck, usually between the age of 40 and 65. At Aspire Plastic Surgery, we perform mini facelifts and full

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Tips to Work on Your Post-Quarantine Body This Winter

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Amid the stress and turbulence of this year’s quarantine life, did you: Find yourself temporarily out of work? Work from a desk more than usual? Lack the motivation to complete your normal exercise routine? Eat more junk/comfort food due to stress? Drink more alcohol? Sleep more than usual because you were bored or depressed? If

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Night To Aspire Returns In September For Fun, Prizes and Deals

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We are excited to announce that the 6th Annual Night to Aspire is coming up soon. We always look forward to this exciting event, and this year is no exception! This event offers our biggest sale of the year on skincare services and products offered by Aspire Plastic Surgery, and we hope you will join

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How to Treat and Prevent Mask Acne, Also Known As “Maskne”

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“Maskne” is a skin condition that occurs due to the prolonged wearing of face masks. Due to the global coronavirus pandemic, more people are experiencing this type of acne than usual. When you wear a mask on your face for extended periods, heat, moisture, and bacteria collect under it. There is also friction where the

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Prevent Skin Aging with These 7 Things You Can Do Now  

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Aging is a normal experience that affects everyone. As you age, the appearance of your skin changes. While some aging is natural and cannot be changed, some lifestyle changes and minimally invasive treatments may help. We compiled this list of things that you can do to help reduce the appearance of aging. Use Proper Sun

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How to Pick the Best Plastic Surgeon for You

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Whether you are considering a surgical procedure or a less invasive treatment, it is essential to make sure you are selecting the best plastic surgeon for your needs. We put together this list of tips to help you in your search for the right plastic surgeon for your next procedure. Ensure They are Board-Certified To

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Facials 101: How Facials Help Your Skin

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If you’ve been upping your skincare game lately, you should consider adding regular facials to your routine. Facials are gentle treatments that involve steps for cleansing, exfoliating, and nourishing the skin. They are generally recommended as a monthly treatment to coincide with the 28-day life cycle of the epidermis (outer) layer of your skin. There

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How Much Sweat is Too Much?

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Did you know that there are 2-4 million sweat glands in the human body, and only 2% of them are found in your underarms? 1  As your body temperature rises during stress, high temperatures, fevers, or exercise, sweat is produced by those glands to regulate your internal body temperature. Though sweat is a completely normal

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