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january 2016
In This Issue
Get Rid Of Those "Smoker's Lines"!
A New Treatment For Under-Eye Bags?
Drink Coffee - Live Longer!

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Get Rid Of Those "Smoker's Lines"!
"Smoker's lines" are those troublesome, unattractive fine lines and little grooves that tend to radiate outward from the edges of the lips and extend all around the lips and the mouth. These distracting, unappealing lines detract from the beauty of the lips, tending to make the lip border indistinct, irregular and flattened. They magnify any thinning of the lips and further contribute to an aged appearance to the face.  Read more...

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 A New Miracle Treatment For Under-Eye Bags?
Popsicles, Coca-Cola, DNA, and much to Carrie Bradshaw's chagrin, the Post-it note, are all discoveries made by accident. The newest addition to the list of serendipitous success stories: XAF5. It sounds like a dope new addition to the Star Wars make-up line, and although its not, it may be just as magical. XAF5 is a glaucoma medication (like Latisse) turned eye-bag buster. Read more...
Coffee Drinking Linked To A Longer Life
Your coffee habit may be doing more than keeping you awake during a long work day. New research adds to growing evidence that coffee has protective health benefits and suggests that it may may even reduce your risk of dying from  heart disease  and other chronic illnesses. Read more...

Lyle M. Back, M.D.  
Cosmetic Surgery Center
of Cherry Hill


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