NYC Facial Plastic Surgeon Reveals Beauty Trends for 2017

    Looking for some “beauty hacks” to transform your look in the new year? Look no further. Dr Monica Tadros, Beauty Expert and Facial Plastic Surgeon located at Park Ave NYC, offers two huge tips and tricks that you’ll love!

    Coconut oil is for more than just cooking. The properties of coconut oil contain antimicrobial lipids with antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal properties. The oil component creates a wonderful soothing  moisture barrier to help treat all dry skin and diminish the signs of aging skin. It can help prevent or improve skin conditions associated with dryness such as eczema, dermatitis and certain skin infections. It is safe to use on your face at night if you require heavy moisturizing and I prefer it to Aquaphor after aesthetic skin procedures such as microneedling, chemical peels and lasers to heal the skin. The best part is it smells nice and is quickly absorbed by the skin after a shower, so it doesn’t feel sticky or stain your clothes like other oils might.

    Bellafill, an FDA approved filler is the latest trend for long-lasting results. It’s safety has been tested for well over five years in the treatment of nasolabial fold smile lines. It’s also proven safe and effective for the treatment of acne and other depressed scar conditions. It can only be injected by an experienced injector because a portion of the product is permanent. With 83 percent patient satisfaction at five years, it’s hard to ignore these results.

    If you liked her tips, check out her website:

    You May Also Like

    The New Plastic Surgery Revolution

    As social media continues to advocate self-promotion, the concept of wanting to perfect our aesthetics grows exponentially. ...

    NYC Plastic Surgeon Releases 2017 List of Most Requested International Male Faces

    World-renowned male aesthetic expert, Dr. Douglas Steinbrech has finally revealed male plastic surgery’s 2017 list ...

    What’s Trending In Skincare

    Is your skin oily, aging, or just dull, it may be time to switch ...