The late Michael Jackson, Lisa Rinna, Joan Rivers, and Dolly Parton are a few examples of celebrities who most people would describe as “plastic surgery dolls”. These famous stars began their cosmetic journey long differently than what we have available now. During their days, cosmetic surgery is deemed as a transformation rather than maintenance or enhancement of your natural beauty.
The Liquid Facelift
The liquid facelift is a combination of hi-tech fillers and injectable muscle relaxants that can rejuvenate the face without any incisions from a scalpel.
Anti Wrinkle Injections
Anti wrinkles injections eliminate crow’s feet and wrinkles with few units during your lunchtime. In the past, people would resort to traditional facelifts and highly invasive surgery to stretch the wrinkles away.
Before the use of facial dermal fillers, plastic surgeons perform facial implants for the cheek, chin, or nose. But with the rise of dermal fillers, people can now restore their youthful look filling in deep wrinkles, a more pleasing facial symmetry by lifting sagging cheeks and plumping hollow eyes. This treatment is a walk-in – a walk-out procedure that doesn’t hurt the wallet with no risk of complications.
Microdermabrasion is a simple, non-invasive, and highly effective way to maintain our skin’s youthful appearance and glowing complexion. As we age, our skin thickens and gives a dull appearance. While exfoliation by scrub or loofah can help, the best treatment for our facial skin is microdermabrasion. It works by removing dead skin cells by a vacuum tip drawing very fine crystals across the surface.
Sunscreen is the best shield we have from the harmful VA and UVB rays that accelerates our aging process. After the age of 25, the skin loses an estimate of 1% of its collagen and elastic tissue per year. Also, the UV rays of the sun are the primary cause of skin cancer. Religiously, wear sunscreen every day with an SPF of 30+ (perfect for Australian conditions) and with blockers both UVA and UVB.