• Get Rid Of Your Stretch Marks With Laser Treatment

    Stretch marks aren't exactly pleasing to the eyes, but the reality is that they are perfectly normal. Weight gain, pregnancy, puberty and hormonal changes can all cause these marks to appear on the skin's surface. However, this doesn't mean you have to live with them. Laser treatment can help rid your skin of these marks and restore its natural, beautiful appearance. Laser Treatment Stretch mark laser treatment often involves the use of a fractional laser that is focused on the affected area during treatment.
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  • Three Questions To Consider Before Getting Breast Augmentation

    People choose to get breast augmentation for a wide range of reasons; regardless of your reason for wishing to explore this cosmetic surgery procedure, it's helpful to pause for a moment and thoroughly think about the big decision in front of you. It's ideal never to go into a cosmetic surgery procedure without giving it plenty of thoughtful consideration. While your initial consultation with your cosmetic surgeon can help you get answers to a wide range of questions, it's also useful to turn inward and ask yourself some questions to which you can hope to find honest answers.
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  • How Oral Surgery Can Reduce Your Morning "Puffiness"

    Many people wake up in the morning looking a little "puffy" through their eyes, nose and upper cheeks. While this could be a sign of a few serious illnesses, in most cases it is just a matter of old age or sinus issues. If your doctor has ruled out hypertension and seasonal allergies, then you can assume that it is your sinuses or your age that is to blame. If you are tired of waking up and looking like the man in the moon for the first half of your day, you can have oral surgery to treat the problem.
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  • How To Lighten Acne Scars

    One of the most frustrating things about emerging from your teen years is how important it was for you not to pop your pimples. You might get out of your teens and make it into your twenties and thirties only to find that your face is covered in tiny white marks that you definitely assumed wouldn't happen to you back when you were popping those zits. As a teenager, you didn't really believe that scarring would occur and now you're paying the price.
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  • Liposuction: Are You A Good Candidate For This Type Of Cosmetic Surgery?

    Liposuction, or lipoplasty, is currently one of the most commonly performed cosmetic surgery procedures. Also called lipo for short, this procedure is done to remove stubborn fat and help people achieve a slimmer physique. The most common areas that people get liposuction are the hips, abdomen, thighs, buttocks, and back. People also commonly request liposuction on their upper arms, face, neck, calves, and knees. Liposuction should not be used as a form of weight loss.
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  • Two Homemade Exfoliant Scrubs To Use Between Professional Treatments

    There's nothing like a professional exfoliating treatment to leave your skin feeling bright and rejuvenated. However, these treatments can be expensive, and they're not typically covered by insurance since they're considered to be cosmetic. If you're hoping to extend the time between your professional exfoliation treatments, try using one of these homemade exfoliating scrubs between appointments to keep your face silky smooth. Eucalyptus and Peppermint Sugar Scrub This scrub is remarkably soothing and cooling, making it a great choice for summer.
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  • Tips For Covering Up Your Tattoo With Makeup

    You might love your tattoos or be waiting to get enough money together to pay for the laser surgery needed to remove them. Regardless, you are going to need to find a way to cover up your tattoos and ensure that you look presentable for a job interview, work, or some other area of life that requires you to not have ink on your skin. Here are some tips for covering up your tattoo with makeup until a more permanent solution can be reached.
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  • How To Tighten Skin Naturally After Weight Loss

    If you have lost a ton of weight through gastric bypass surgery or a duodenal switch, chances are good that you lost the weight quickly and now have a lot of loose skin that gathers around the areas where you used to store fat. This extra skin can be frustrating and embarrassing to deal with. However, you might not have the money for surgery to put all of the loose skin back.
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