How To Prepare For Your Micropigmentation Procedure

Posted on: 4 August 2015

Sometimes, your facial features are not the shade that you would like them to be. This can be frustrating because it could result in you  having to spend hours every day applying and reapplying makeup so that you can feel comfortable in your own skin. If you want to avoid having to continue spending this large amount of money and time on cosmetics to change the shade of your facial features, you might want to consider undergoing micropigmentation in order to give your face permanent makeup.
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Breast Friends: Six Things You Can Do to Fall in Love with Your Breasts

Posted on: 23 July 2015

Women are constantly slammed with messages about how their breasts should look. Consequently, 70% are not happy with their breasts and wish they could change something about them. Here are six things you can do to fall in love with your breasts all over again. 1. Examine yourself in the mirror naked. This may intimidate you, but do it anyway. Seriously study yourself from every angle. What do you like? What are your favorite features?
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The Benefits Of Duodenal Switch Surgery

Posted on: 21 July 2015

Weight reduction surgery works beautifully for cosmetic reasons, but the health benefits from these procedures are even more important than the aesthetic ones. In particular, duodenal switch surgery can help you quickly shed pounds while improving your other serious medical conditions. If you are contemplating weight loss surgery, consider choosing the duodenal switch. Procedure The full title of this gastric bypass surgery is a biliopancreatic diversion with duodenal switch. During this procedure, surgeons take out a large portion of the stomach but leave more of it than they do in some other bariatric surgeries.
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Understanding Types of Breast Implant Incisions

Posted on: 20 July 2015

If you are thinking about getting breast implants, then it is important to think about the type of incision you will want. Many people focus too much on the type of implant: saline or silicone. While this is important, the area where the incision is made is also crucial. Some incision points will leave almost no visible scarring, while others are more suitable for the type of implant. Here's a discussion about the 4 main types of incision points and their pro's and con's.
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