Need a little detox? Lemons support your liver and kidneys, and there’s a clear connection between healthy organs and healthy skin. Vitamin C-rich foods such as oranges may help prevent wrinkles, too.
A simple do-it-yourself remedy to minimize acne marks/blemishes.
-- Mix 1/2 teaspoon baking soda and 1/2 teaspoon purified water to create a paste. Apply to affected area for 5 minutes; splash off. After that, apply coconut oil to Prevent darkening. It can be done before sleeping. Its Worth it just give a try!
Dr. Perkins provides comprehensive care for all Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery including all breast surgery, hand surgery, facial surgery, microsurgery, cancer reconstruction, burns, wound management and all cosmetic surgery including injectables.
A graduate of McGill Medical School in Montreal, Canada, he also
completed a highly competitive Integrated Plastic Surgery Program at the McGill University Health Center also in Montreal. His residency was an intensive training in all surgical and non-surgical aspects of Plastic Surgery.
He also completed a one-year Clinical fellowship in Cosmetic surgery at The New York Eye and Ear Infirmary.
Dr. Perkins has been involved with and continues to perform research in all aspects of Plastic Surgery. He has authored many medical papers and has presented research in local and national meetings. He is also fluent in French.