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Life After Lipo: Top 5 Tips for Maintaining Vaser Liposuction Results

If you’ve seen the before and after photos, you’ll know that Vaser Liposuction can give you some incredible results. But, how do you maintain your fantastic new figure? The good news is that the amount of fat cells in the body stays relatively stable after the age of 18, which means that your body can’t […]
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Chin Liposuction & Other Potential Ways to Lose Your Double Chin

Do you find yourself taking selfies from a high angle to hide your double chin? The dreaded double chin, also called submental fullness, is a common condition. You don’t have to be overweight to have a double chin, some people just have more fat tissue under the chin than others. Whether the layer of fat […]
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6 Reasons Why More People are Choosing CoolSculpting

Coolsculpting is an innovative and relatively new technology that was developed based on the observation that kids who sucked a lot of popsicles experienced fat loss in the cheeks. It was found that cold temperatures can cause fat cell death. The body then naturally processes the dead fat cells as waste. Coolsculpting machines apply precisely […]
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The Skinny on Fat Freezing: Does Coolsculpting Work? And How to Decide if it’s Right for You

Coolsculpting is a non-surgical, non-invasive body sculpting treatment that removes fat cells beneath the skin through the fat freezing technique known as cryolipolysis. An applicator placed on the skin in the problem area sucks up the fat and freezes it which causes fat cell death without harming the surrounding body tissue. The destroyed fat cells […]
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Does Coolsculpting Work? See Our Best Before & After Pictures

Coolsculpting or cryolipolysis is a non-invasive fat-reduction treatment that has become a very popular body sculpting procedure. Developed by Harvard scientists, Coolsculpting technology works by freezing fat cells which are then naturally eliminated by the body. Celebrities like Kris Jenner, Molly Sims, Debra Messing and Khloe Kardashian have been very open about using Coolsculpting to […]
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MEN Now Getting Brazilian Butt Lifts – See What’s Involved in a Brozilian Butt Lift

The Brazilian Butt Lift, invented in Brazil and now becoming more and more popular in Australia. Cosmos Clinic Sydney reports a huge increase enquires about this particular body contouring surgery in the last two years. The trend is attributed to the presence of public figures like the Kardashian sisters and Beyonce in the media and […]
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Top 10 Things About Breast Augmentation You Should Know

Thinking about undergoing a breast enlargement, revision or lift? Breast augmentation is the most popular cosmetic treatments, accounting for 15.8% of the world’s cosmetic surgical procedures. Chances are you know someone who has had implants or a lift. You’ve probably read plenty of information and advice on the internet, and you may have already consulted […]
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Three Australian Research Teams Battle To Find Ageing Cure

Searching for the fountain of youth has been a quest for many and many have failed. Now, three Australian research teams are racing against the clock and each other to find a treatment to cure the inevitable condition of ageing. And they are closer than ever before.
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Are Artificial Sweeteners Sabotaging Your Weight Loss Efforts?

If you’re trying to lose weight, chances are the first food you cut out of your diet was sugar. In searching for that sweet hit, you may have turned to non-sugar sweeteners which we’re told will help reduce your calories and drop the extra kilos. New research from the University of Sydney’s Charles Perkins Centre […]
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Groundbreaking Study Into Cells That Control Our Appetite Brings New Approaches In Treating Obesity

Is your ravenous appetite derailing your weight loss goals? New research has found our brain plays just as big a role in controlling our appetite, eating and weight as our stomach. This has the potential to result in new approaches in the treatment of obesity and obesity-related diseases. Lead by Professor Nicholas Dale of the […]