What’s new in facial cosmetic surgery
I’m holistic when it comes to helping women with their hair struggles. I believe that the entire you needs to be taken into consideration when dealing with hairstyle issues. When choosing the right hairstyle, we must take into account your personality, lifestyle, age, marital status, height, weight, occupation, glasses and certainly anything above the shoulders effects the look of your hairstyle.
“Facial Cosmetic Surgery Options”
But I’m just beginning to realize that we haven’t talked much about the issues other than your hair much. So, I have decided to write more articles in the arena of things like facial cosmetic surgery, cosmetics, skin treatments, and yes, even earrings and accessories. Visually your hair is a composite visually of everything from your shoulder tips to very top of your hair is all one package.
I know from the comments on my articles that many of you readers are at the stage in your life where you might be contemplating helping mother nature out a bit with a little facial cosmetic surgery here and there. Those of you who are in that frame of mind might find this article from Elizabeth Millard of Newsfactor.com interesting. It is a long article which covers more than just facial cosmetic surgery she does a good job of liposuction, breast enlargement, dental and yes even has a couple of paragraphs on some new hair technologies. Here are some notable passages:
The largest trend is toward laser-based and light-based therapies that do a controlled burn on the skin, eliminating fine lines, sunspots, acne scars, and other blemishes. The newest weapon in this arsenal is Fraxel, a laser treatment that can be applied to small areas of the face and neck, leaving surrounding tissue intact. This “fractional” treatment allows the skin to heal faster, since skin regenerates from healthy tissue that surrounds it.
One device, the Endotine, is sparking interest among those in their 30s and 40s who don’t want a full-on facelift and prefer a more-subtle rejuvenation. The small, biodegradable implant is affixed to bone under the skin during a “mid-face lifting.” The procedure tends to attract younger patients because it changes the upper cheek and lower eyelid area, two zones of the face that show aging first.
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