Extreme Facial Makeover! Five Ways To Overhaul Your Face

Posted on: 23 August 2016

Facial plastic surgery is not just for the stars anymore. More and more people, including teenagers and tweens are having cosmetic procedures on their faces. Why? Because you can finance it or take out a loan for it, something which was not that common in the Golden Age of Hollywood. Here are five ways to overhaul your face, regardless of your age. Rhinoplasty A "nose job" is one of the top facial procedures requested by patients.
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3 Things To Know About Vaginal Rejuvenation For Tightening Your Muscles

Posted on: 5 July 2016

If you have given birth naturally to several children and feel like your vagina is much looser than it was prior to having children, you may want to consider looking into vaginal rejuvenation. Vaginal rejuvenation is a procedure offered by cosmetic gynecologists, and it is completed primarily to help tighten the muscles in the vaginal area. This procedure offers a variety of benefits, and here are three things you may wonder about it.
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Saving Your Skin: Effective Treatment Options For Facial Scarring

Posted on: 20 June 2016

Are you tired of using concealer and foundation to cover up your facial scars? Do you tend to feel self-conscious due to your scarring? This is perfectly understandable and fairly common. Facial scarring can occur because of acne, accidents, and more. Men and women alike are left feeling less confident due to their physical appearances. Fortunately, there are some effective treatment options for facial scarring that you can consider.  Peels And Masks: Scar Reduction In A Bottle
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2 Topical Treatments For Soothing Your Skin After A Microdermabrasion Treatment

Posted on: 6 June 2016

If you are looking for a way to renew your skin, then a microdermabrasion procedure may be the answer to this. The procedure helps to even out rough patches in your skin texture and tone. The procedure is considered to be aggressive; therefore, it can leave your skin feeling sore. Once your skin begins to heal, any discomfort should reduce on its own. However, dealing with irritated skin for several days can quickly become frustrating.
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