wrinkles

crow’s feet | Longevity LIVE

When it comes to aging skin, our eyes are always the first to go. This leads to the development of fine lines and wrinkles around the eye area regularly referred to as crow’s feet. Crow’s feet are entirely normal, and they slowly develop over time as a result of regular

treatments | Longevity LIVE

These are our top non-invasive beauty treatments that are set to keep you refreshed and revitalized throughout the year. 1. SIX Aesthetix Plasma Wave Pen Why this is a must Presented by SIX Aesthetix, the plasma pen is the latest innovative technology in anti-aging. Aside from its ability to effectively reduce

beauty | Longevity LIVE

When it comes to beauty and caring for your skin, natural is always the best way to go – with bigger beauty brands coming to that realization today. With your skin being the largest organ on your body, it is important to always give it the best care you can.

wrinkles | Longevity LIVE

While good skin relies on great skin care, a healthy diet rich in nutrients also plays a part. While aging is a natural process that we can’t avoid, fighting off wrinkles can look and taste quite well. Preventing wrinkles When it comes to combating premature aging, prevention is always better

neck | Longevity LIVE

When it comes to healthy aging solutions, it’s time we focus a bit more on the neck and chin. Premature neck sagging is on the increase rise, which experts say could be caused by the fact that we look down at our phones an estimated 150 times a day (we’re not kidding). 

skin | Longevity LIVE

As we age, our skin starts to require a bit more to keep looking its best. Skin concerns can range between  dryness, fine lines, wrinkles and everything in between. Here we have collected a range of the best skincare products to address every issue. 1. If You Have Aging Skin in

beauty | Longevity LIVE

The objective of a serum is to deliver concentrated amounts of an ingredient directly into the skin. The smaller molecules used in the formula allow for a high concentration of active ingredients to penetrate far deeper into the skin than a moisturizer.  This doesn’t take away the importance of a

Wrinkles

French dramatist Jean Racine once said: “Wrinkles on the brow are the imprints of exploits.” They are also a natural and inevitable part of the aging process –whether we accept them or not. Every facial expression we show, every physical movement we make, requires a great deal of cooperation from