Kim Kardashian: what exactly does she do? It seems these days she’s mostly a professional pretty person; the most liked selfies on Instagram and the most photographed person of 2014 according to online reports, it seems public interest relates to her looks only. Well, that title requires a lot of work, in the form of plastic surgery (which the star has never publicly admitted to).
Before we seek the help of a doctor or cosmetic surgeon, we quickly run to our friendly www check online for ratings and reviews. One has to think twice and shy away from doctors that have an ongoing bad reputation, but are those online reviews true? Let’s face it, we all agree, there are some doctors that simply should not practice, and botched surgeries
A new pair of heels, a blender, and…breast implants? That’s right, when building Christmas wish lists, plastic surgery is on the menu as a perfectly viable option for an increasing number of women and men, young and old. Holiday season is approaching, and, for those of us who are particularly proactive about getting a head start on gift buying, it’s time to think about what we want to give to our loved ones (or ourselves!)
Not quite the Halloween horror story but platelet rich plasma injections (PRP) also involve blood and looking young, so what’s the scoop on the PRP facelift? Halloween is over but all across the country cosmetic surgeons and doctors are busy drawing blood and re-injecting it just in the right spots stimulating skin into action.
When actress Renee Zellweger showed up a few weeks ago at Elle magazine’s Women in Hollywood Awards, the internet unanimously exploded about her “new” face and apparent cosmetic surgery. She is not the first celebrity to have noticeable cosmetic surgery done and certainly won’t be the last, so why all the fuss? It seems to be a recognition factor and alteration of the Renee Zellweger brand. While it’s agreed that the 45 year star looks fantastic and the surgery well done, her popularity in Hollywood
The weather is turning and that can put some folks in a funk: but don’t let your face show it! Whether it’s remedies done at home or treatments performed at your doctor’s office, there are ways to prevent and eradicate those “frown lines” between your eyebrows and across your forehead:
One of the first, and most visible parts of us to age is our faces. No longer is it effortless to have tight, smooth, baby soft skin and our youthful glow starts to fade under the weight of the punishment we our bodies through—sun exposure, improper diet, stress, alcohol and cigarettes. If you’re thinking about surgery as a means to reverse that part of the aging process and get back your bright, dewy glow, here are some effective procedures you can start looking into:
Katy Bedford, gorgeous at 75 has gone under the knife 18 times in an effort to preserve her youth. Plastic surgeries to Katy are like an insurance policy that helps her stay wrinkle-free. Neck Lift, multiple face lifts, brow lift, nose job, and liposuction are a few of the surgeries she spends her pension on. When Katy feels the need for a little nip and tuck, she’s in.
We all want to look good, and afford it too. Is the interest free financing that comes with your cosmetic surgery credit card really free? Here’s the real scoop. You can easily use a personal credit card and make payments, but the interest rates are high. Cosmetic doctors offer financing options that include interest free terms.
Millions of people worldwide go in for a nip and tuck on a daily basis, the top 10 countries for most cosmetic surgery procedures has been revealed and the U.S. outranks Brazil and the rest of the nations. Lizzie Dearden with the independent reported yesterday that the United States topped the international chart, with almost 4 million people going under the knife or needle, followed by Brazil with more than 2 million procedures.