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Sculpting Faces Without a Scalpel

When Anti Wrinkle Injections and dermal fillers first entered the market, they were hailed as the ultimate in anti-ageing technology. But since perfecting their techniques with these so called ‘miracle’ treatments, cosmetic physicians and plastic surgeons alike have begun to find other ways to use these non-invasive injectables to create effects beyond turning back the clock. […]
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Erasing Genetic Traits

Most of us have genes we’ve inherited that we’re proud of, as well as genes we’d gladly exchange. But whether it’s prominent ears, an overly large nose, bad skin, or hair in places we’d rather not deal with it, luckily, there are more and more genetic traits you can erase with simple cosmetic procedures. Ears […]
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What’s On (and in) Everyone’s Lips?

Pouty, luscious lips have long been desired by women. And while some would argue this is a cultural trend, scientific studies have shown that a woman’s lips are an unconscious indicator to men of her fertility. In fact, it has been shown through empirical research that a woman’s oestrogen levels determine both the size of […]
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Avoid Looking Like a Cosmetic Surgery Don’t

There are many examples out there of celebrities who most people would describe as a plastic surgery don’t. The late Michael Jackson, Lisa Rinna, Joan Rivers, and Dolly Parton are just a few. But many of these famous stars began their cosmetic surgery journey long before many of the latest advancements that now exist to […]
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Cameron Diaz Saves for a Boob Job?

In the new Hollywood comedy Bad Teacher, Cameron Diaz plays a teacher whose wealthy fiancé breaks up with her. This Teacher then schemes to get her school to pay for a boob job so that she can attract a new wealthy man into her life. This is definitely an example of a bad motive for […]
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Do your hands match your face?

In the past it was said that a woman of a certain age has to choose: her figure or her face. This was because in the past, women who kept a certain level of weight into middle age also maintained a greater amount of fat in their face. Of course, a plumper more full set […]
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Betty White Opens Her Eyes About Plastic Surgery

While some people never admit having gone under the knife, some of us just take a little while. Take Betty white, 89, who just last year complained of not recognising friends who have had cosmetic surgery. “I know the voice but here’s this new face and I have no idea who it is. I’m just […]
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Acne Treatments Vs. Sun – the truth revealed

For decades many have speculated that spending a lot of time in the sun seems to have a curative effect on acne and other skin conditions. But just how accurate is this theory, and, if it is true, with the dangers of skin cancer and rapid ageing due to the harmful UV rays associated with […]
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What is your face saying about you?

At certain times of our lives, we all look angry, sad or tired. Unfortunately, for many of this, these facial appearances are not merely temporary, we have to walk around with them day in and day out. Luckily, however there are now simple, non-invasive procedures that virtually anyone can use to change their sad, tired, […]
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Cosmetic Surgery Rule 1: Small Changes Equal More Beautiful Results

Recently, UK Girl Group Girls Aloud singer Sarah Harding announced she would never consider cosmetic surgery again after having lip fillers injected earlier in the year. The 29-year-old has said that these injections were a ‘mistake’, noting, “I won’t have any more surgery. I experimented with my looks and it was a huge mistake. It’s […]