If you have done everything in the last few months and yet you have not noticed any significant change, it is time to step it up and go for a better facial. There is a different kind of chemical peel in town and it will definitely give that smooth, supple, and even facial skin texture that you have been trying to achieve. Done right and regularly, the VI chemical peel works wonders. It basically gets rid of the damaged epidermis (outer layer of the skin) to produce a singular glow that would be the envy of money. It has been proven to be an effective antidote to increasing age spots, hyper-pigmentation,... Read more
You may be looking at the mirror, thinking on having breast augmentation. Women and even men can get breast implants to make their breasts bigger and fuller. That can be done for reconstructive purposes, such as after mastectomy for breast cancer, or for cosmetic reasons. However, before you undergo this procedure, you must think whether the benefits overcome its costs. We list down a few things you need to consider below. Money The cost of this operation is typically pegged at 3,525 USD - 9,200 USD, 6,450 USD in average. Costs depend on surgeon, geographic region, and the complexity of the... Read more
There is a new twist to traditional liposuction that has been the talk of the town lately. Approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in October 2006, laser lipolysis is touted to be the best option for achieving the best liposuction benefits minus the latter’s invasive nature. Laser lipolysis no longer uses a vacuum suction to remove fat. Rather, it utilizes heat generated from fiber-optic lasers which ultimately takes care of melting body fat. Apart from its enhanced body sculpting capability, laser lipolysis has been proven to promote other benefits as well. ... Read more
Plastic surgery is used by many women and men in fighting the effects of aging on the outside. But for many, it can also be used to enhance or change facial or bodily features to make them look better.
There are many innovations used in plastic surgery. These include both surgical and non-surgical cosmetic procedures that have risks and benefits depending on the patient. Indeed, plastic surgery solves all the problems in terms of looking good. This is why public figures, celebrities, and even regular people still consider plastic surgery a go-to when they want to look good.
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Aging is a part of life. However most people still want to look young even though they continuously grow old. We see it in celebrities, politicians and even family members and friends. Plastic surgery helps many in achieving a more youthful glow even with the effects of aging. But with many patients preferring cosmetic procedures that do not take a long time to heal or see the effects, many plastic surgeons turn to non-surgical age reversal techniques to do the job. One of the latest trends in this area is the use of skin resurfacing treatments. Skin Resurfacing is Commonly Preferred by Plastic... Read more
Here are three things you should remember about your breast implants.
1. You cannot use it to store illegal paraphernalia, namely, weapons and drugs. Don't even dare! Just recently, a Colombian woman has been arrested in Germany for smuggling cocaine weighing at least 2 pounds. The cocaine was found inside the woman's breast implants. The arrest happened during an inspection where the woman was found to have new surgery scars and was complaining of pain. This was the first time that an incident of such circumstance happened in Germany.
The woman then reportedly admitted to carrying the drugs,... Read more
The number of millennial men going under the knife has significantly increased. This is according to the study by the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. Among the top reasons for wanting to look younger include the desires to feel better about their personal selves, appear less stressed or tired, and to please their spouses or partners. About 42% of those who are in between the ages of 25 and 34 choose to go under the knife so they can remain competitive in the fields they chose.
Thirty one percent of men said they were extremely likely to consider a cosmetic procedure, either surgical or nonin... Read more