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Marionette lines can appear early in life and can often cause the face to appear sad or tired. Needless to say most people would be hapy to get rid of them for good. There are two major ways in which these lines could be treated. One, involves the use of facial fillers and primarily relies on adding volume to the lines in order to soften their appearance. Another, involves getting rid of the tissue laxity by pulling the skin of the face upward (aka Facelift). One is relatively cheep, easy and hardly requires setting aside any time for recovery. … Read More
A recent study found that women on average spend 55 minutes per day in front of the mirror. Men, only 38 minutes. It’s also a fact that men don’t spend as much time reading about tips to look good as women do. Esquire magazine recently offered 25 tips designed for men to be handsome: By Matthew Bell – Hey, you want to look more handsome than you already are, don’t you? Sure, who doesn’t—handsome wins you women, better customer service and because we live in a sick, sad, superficial world, even a higher salary. And thanks to this list, now being … Read More
As the economy continues a slow climb back to health, Americans are spending more on cosmetic procedures, both surgical and non-surgical. Rather than a luxury, many people see delaying the effects of aging as an investment in their careers, their relationships, and their self-esteem. FloridaToday.com reports on some cutting edge technologies that are making plastic surgery better, faster, and safer: According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, more than 11 million surgical and nonsurgical cosmetic procedures were performed in the United States in 2013. Americans spent nearly $7 billion on surgical procedures, including breast augmentation; nose reshaping, clinically known … Read More