Have you been dreaming of that fairytale makeover? Well, you’re not alone. The newest trend in plastic surgery inspiration may not be what you expect. Since the release of Disney’s “Maleficent,” the bewitching cheekbones of the black-robed title character, played by Angelina Jolie, have cast a spell over many women wishing to highlight their own facial contours.
According to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS), the number of cosmetic procedures performed in the United States in 2013 increased 12% over the previous year. This is a positive sign for an industry that, like most others, took a hit as a result of the recent economic recession, which started in 2008.
After saying yes, future brides are announcing their engagement increasingly through social media posting wedding ring selfies with Instagram tags such as #wereengaged, #saidyes, and #putaringonit.
Are you thinking about plastic surgery, but are just not quite sure if you want to take that step under the knife? There is good news for you inbetweeners‼ Non-Invasive cosmetic surgery
is on the rise, which means you are not alone. Take a look at what some “inbetweener” celebs are saying.Thermage
, which tightens sagging skin with non-invasive radiofrequency energy, according to Real Self it has a 38 percent “Worth It” rating. Gwyneth Paltrow states,”I don’t mind a few wrinkles and freckles. I had this laser treatment recently, Thermage, and it took a couple of years off my face but I haven’t had any plastic surgery yet”.
Today Americans are feeling the pressure to eat healthier, shop smarter, and take care of their bodies and environment. The ideal image has changed dramatically over the years, from voluptuous pin-ups to supermodel sleek.
Men and women have historically had different priorities when it comes to their bodies. LocateADoc.com has released this fun and informative infographic to show the latest researched trends between the sexes that may surprise you. Just click the image below!
Women who want to squeeze into their favorite pair of high heels but can’t find the perfect fit do have the option of undergoing cosmetic foot surgery
. This procedure is designed to sculpt and shape the foot by lengthening or trimming the toes, and may also help to remove painful bunions and other growths that are causing pain around the feet and ankles.
The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery reports Americans spend nearly $10 billion on cosmetic surgery
procedures and treatments every year. However, it’s not the elite of Hollywood that are spending big bucks to achieve their ideal figures or youthful look. Doctors say that most of plastic surgery patients are actually middle-class moms who want to take years of their appearance.
What is with the holidays? It's supposed to be the most wonderful time of the year
! We are supposed to be merry and thankful, yet all too often; we become depressed, anxious and stressed out. Nevertheless, if Ebenezer Scrooge can turn his “Bah, humbug!” feeling around, why can’t we?
If you need a quick mini-makeover for the holidays and New Year countdown, simple and affordable cosmetic procedures such as laser hair removal
and dermal fillers
may be your best bets.
Researchers at the Harley Medical Group, the UK's largest cosemtic surgery provider, are reporting that laser hair removal treatments
and packages are some of the most sought-after procedures for the 2012 holiday season.
World AIDS Day is today and is a time of reflection on our efforts against this epidemic as well as an opportunity to remember those who have been lost.
The International AIDS Conference in Washington, D.C., this past summer energized HIV/AIDS researchers and focused on the potential benefits of broadly implementing scientifically proven HIV prevention and treatment tools.