Monthly Archives: November 2012

How Young Is Too Young To Start Anti-Ageing Treatments?

Most women know that by the time they’re 40 their skin won’t appear as youthful and resilient as it did when they were in their 20s. But does it make sense for women in their 20s or 30s seeking anti-ageing cosmetic procedures? Do they really help prevent signs of... read more

Nip and Tuck or Injectables?

The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS) reports that according to two surveys conducted in 2011—one among potential consumers and the other among physician members of ASAPS—the vast majority of patients placed a higher priority on duration of effect... read more

Should Breast Reduction Be Available To Teenagers?

Large breasts are considered attractive by a lot of people, and many teens appear to have no problem with them. Some teens with macromastia, however, have a number of challenges to overcome, including the physical and psychosocial issues that accompany the burden of... read more

What Should You and Your Surgeon or Physician Do If Something Goes Wrong After Your Procedure?

Choosing a qualified surgeon with a lot of experience in the type of procedure you choose significantly reduces your level of risk. Reputable surgeons and cosmetic physicians use accredited facilities, which further reduces your level of risk during the procedure and... read more

Just how far will we go for beauty?

According to a survey conducted by Merz Aesthetics in collaboration with Costhetics, current users of injectables are so passionate about continuing treatment that they willingly make sacrifices to pay the bills. One third of Australian women who are current or likely... read more

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