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Be More Beautiful Without Going Under the Knife!

Be More Beautiful Without Going Under the Knife!

There’s nothing wrong with enhancing your natural beauty with a little help from science. If a visit to the doctor can give you that boost of self-confidence, why not?

However, not everyone’s a big fan of “going under the knife.” Some people are OK with the idea but don’t have the time for it. Your regular beauty routine takes much of your time already. According to a recent study, .U.S. women spend an hour a day doing their makeup and hair. This number doesn’t account for other activities, like exfoliating, waxing, plucking and more.

If you’re not a big fan of traditional invasive surgery, congratulations! You have many non-invasive options available. From laser lipo to dermal fillers, here are the go-to, non-invasive treatments you can consider.

Laser Lipo

Laser liposuction (laser lipo) is a non-invasive procedure that removes excess fat cells from your body. It uses heat from laser light energy to heat and liquefy fat cells. Once the fat cells in the treatment area become hot enough, they disintegrate. The laser continues to heat the tissue holding your fat cells together until their break apart and liquefy. Once liquefied, the fat cells go through your lymphatic system. Eventually, your gut will process the liquefied fat and remove it from your body via urine.

The duration of laser lipo treatments depends on the size of the area being treated, how much fat is in the treatment area and the amount of fat you’d like to have removed. On average, however, the treatment takes up to an hour.

One of the biggest benefits of laser lip is the quick results. It only takes four to six weeks to see the final results – a big difference from the post-op six months promise of traditional liposuction.

Non-Surgical Fat Removal

Another way to remove fat cells the non-invasive way is via non-surgical fat removal. This innovative procedure uses different techniques to vibrate and remove fat cells by heating or freezing. Kybella, Venus Freeze, SculpSure and CoolSculpting are some examples of non-invasive fat removal procedures.

These treatments are ideal for those who refuse to “go under the knife” but want to see immediate and effective results.

Microblading

Instead of filling in your eyebrows every day, many women are choosing to enjoy tattooed semi-permanent brows. Microblading is a state-of-the-art non-invasive cosmetic procedure that uses fine-needles to create natural-looking hair strokes. This modern technique is known for its natural results. Plus, it saves you time from doing your brows!

Your microbladed brows can last as long as three years and takes only two hours to complete. After the treatment, you’re not supposed to wet the brows for a week, so you’ll need to take a break from strenuous activities. Your doctor may require the application of anti-bacterial ointment to heal the area.

Laser Hair Removal

Many women spend hours every week enduring painful hair removal treatments and not get the smooth results they want. Instead of torturing your skin with plucking, shaving and waxing, enjoy a more permanent hair removal solution with laser hair removal.

This relatively painless procedure blasts the hair follicles with pulses of laser light, which stops hair growth and encourages shedding, leaving your skin smooth and hair-free. After the procedure, the results are visible after a week or two and can last up to years (as long as you have a few touch-ups here and there).

Lip Blushing

If you’re tired of looking “dead” without lipstick, lip blushing gives you a semi-permanent lip stain. This procedure results in a cosmetic tattoo that color corrects your lips while enhancing their size and shape. According to some people, lip blushing can help with the asymmetry of your lips. The result leaves your lips looking more natural but also plumper, fuller and more blushing.

Lip blushing uses tiny needles to deliver small deposits of pigment to your lips – layer by layer. Like other non-invasive, semi-permanent treatments, the duration of results varies from one person to another.

Non-Surgical Nose Job

A traditional rhinoplasty is invasive, painful and time-consuming (due to the long recovery time). On the other hand, a non-surgical nose job is performed using injectable fillers such as Juvederm and hyaluronic acid. While the results are not permanent, this popular nose job alternative is great for people who want to create nostril symmetry or smooth out their bridge bumps.

Non-surgical nose jobs do not reduce the size of your nose, but if you want a smaller nose, this treatment is worth your while.

Going under the knife isn’t always the only option to enhance your natural beauty. Celebrate your self-confidence and get the glow up you deserve with these non-surgical solutions.

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How To Stop Your Office Damaging Your Skin

How To Stop Your Office Damaging Your Skin

 

 

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Modern life is hard on your complexion. We care very much about what we look like yet we subject our skin to many damaging situations and to a lot of stress. It can only take so much. Eventually, it will start to look dull and tired. It loses elasticity and texture and dry patches start to appear. You may also notice the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes.

When you start to investigate what could be the cause of your skin problems you should start to think about your office! It could be the place where you work that is causing the problem. Luckily, there are also several things that you can do about it. Before you try out a radical procedure read these simple tips.

 

Office life and skin damage

The modern office is a harsh environment for skin. The main culprit in the damage is air conditioning. We all welcome air conditioning on a hot day. Without it, we would find it almost impossible to work in many climates. However, it does come with a price. Offices with air conditioning have very low humidity levels and this is what causes the problem.

When you are in an area of high humidity, the moisture does not leave your skin. However, when you are in an environment where the humidity is low, the water will leave your skin rapidly and your body will struggle to replenish it.

The glare from PC monitors does not help. You could sit in front of one for over 8 hours a day and they can have a drying effect on the skin. If you are not able to get up and get a drink whenever you want, it is easy to become dehydrated. When your hydration levels are low, your skin is the first organ to suffer.

Looking after your skin in the office

You have to go to work and turning off the air conditioning is not an option so you need to find other ways to help your skin cope. The main way to protect your skin is to help it seal in moisture with a natural product. Many women have found that effective hyaluronic acid serum for skin is the best way to do this. It is a natural product that will work in harmony with your body by deeply hydrating and plumping up the skin. Your fine lines and wrinkles will diminish as the product works like a ‘moisture magnet’ to trap the skin’s own natural moisture and guard against the humidity of the office environment.

If you are able to sit back a little from your monitor it will reduce the effects of the heat and light on your skin. Also, take a small bottle of water with you to your desk so that you can sip it whilst you are working. Frequent breaks will do your whole body good.

Try to get out of the office at lunchtime for some fresh air and spritz your skin with water to refresh you before you head back into the office.

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