Tuck It, Pull It, Freeze It, Lift It: Your Medical Facelift Treatment Options Explained

Posted on: 27 February 2017

Facelifts are the most popular procedure for people in their forties and fifties, following breast augmentation and abdominoplasty (tummy tuck). If you are looking at getting a facelift, there are so many more options now than there were even two decades ago. Here are some of your medical facelift treatments explained.  Tuck It Tucks in your face means that a surgeon uses a scalpel to cut close to your hairline or near your ears.
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Answers To Three Common Breast Augmentation Questions

Posted on: 8 July 2016

It is an unfortunate fact that there are many women that are unhappy with their appearances. Fortunately, modern medical science has made it possible for a person to alter their appearance so that they can achieve the look they have always desired. In particular, breast augmentations can be common procedures, but there are many women that may not be informed about this procedure. Learning the answers to these few common questions will help you in making the choice to undergo this cosmetic procedure.
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Preparing For A Wax

Posted on: 22 March 2016

Hair removal for women can often be fraught with anxiety, especially for a woman's first experience at a hair removal salon. But armed with a few tips and knowledge, you'll sail through your first hair removal procedure. Be Hairy! This might go without saying, but be sure that the area of the body you're having waxed is hairy. So grow out those pits or bikini line for a couple of weeks before your appointment.
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Three Procedures To Consider When You're Unhappy With Your Appearance

Posted on: 22 January 2016

For many men and women, seeing the effects of aging can be depressing. Whether it is to stay attractive to the opposite sex or to gain confidence from their peers, your appearance is important. People assess your competence and trustworthiness in a quarter of a second based solely on how you look, according to a study conducted by Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital. The visible effects of aging can be a result of hormones, genes, and even sun worshiping.
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