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7 Tips On How To Treat Oily Skin In The Summer

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Heat increases the production of sebum, which means that our skin tends to get much oilier in the summer months. This increased oil can clog pores and make blackheads much more visible. These tips, however, will keep oil at bay all summer long.

How To Treat Oily Skin In The Summer

  1. Choose Skincare Products For Oily Skin
    In the summer months, you should switch to cleansers and moisturizers that are specifically designed for oily skin (like an oil-free moisturizer). Although you may have been tempted to do away with your moisturizer altogether, it is still essential to healthy skin.

    Look for skincare products with salicylic acid (ideally 2 percent), which will break down oil in the pores. However, also ensure that you don’t over-cleanse – over-washing your face actually has the opposite intended effect, causing your skin to produce too much oil in an effort to replace what was just lost. Washing your face morning and night is sufficient.

  2. Exfoliate
    Exfoliating once a week with a scrub will serve to loosen oil in the pores and reduce the amount of oil on your face overall.
  3. Wear Minimal Makeup
    In the summer months, avoid heavy makeup. Not only it is uncomfortable to wear, but it also melts into your pores, which then causes your skin to produce more oil. Go bare-faced instead (but don’t forget the sunscreen!) or opt for lighter foundations, like tinted moisturizer or mineral powder foundation.
  4. Managing Oily Summer Skin

    These tips will not necessarily treat or prevent your oily skin, but they will help minimize shine.

  5. Choose a Water-Based, Mattifying Sunscreen
    Don’t ever skimp on the sunscreen! A water-based, mattifying sunscreen is a good option for those with oily skin as it will minimize shine.
  6. Use a Mattifying Primer
    Silicone-based, mattifying primers, which you wear under your main base, can help minimize shine throughout the day while also reducing the appearance of pores.
  7. Keep Blotting Papers Handy
    Keeping blotting papers by your side can help curb shine in a pinch by absorbing excess oils.
  8. Use Charcoal-Based Masks
    Charcoal-based masks can not only be a respite from a long summer’s day, but can also help temporarily reduce oil and unclog pores.
  9. Eat a Healthy Diet
    There is certainly a link between diet and skin. A diet high in processed foods like fried foods and other junk, as well as alcohol, can actually increase oily skin. Choose healthy options instead. Also ensure that you drink enough water throughout the day. One common cause of oily skin is actually dehydration.

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Seven Tips To Reduce Puffy Eyes And Dark Circles

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No matter how old you are and how active you are, you could be plagued by puffy eyes and dark circles. However, there are ways to reduce the puffiness and dark circles that make us look more tired and older than we actually are.
Try the following seven tips to restore your eyes and appear more fresh faced. Before attempting any of the following methods that involve placing things directly on your eyes, make sure to wash your face and remove eye makeup to yield better results.

Tips To Reduce Puffy Eyes And Dark Circles

  1. Sleep
    When we sleep, tissue fluid is drawn from our blood and into our body tissues. When we wake up and start our day, the tissue fluid goes back into the lymphatic vessels and into our blood circulation where it belongs. This is why we always look our puffiest first thing in the morning. When we don’t sleep enough that early morning puffiness doesn’t go away. Furthermore, lack of sleep makes the blood vessels under the eyelids dilate, producing dark circles.
  2. Cold Spoons
    Chill 4-6 clean metal spoons in the fridge for about 15 minutes. Once chilled, hold the rounder part of the spoon against your eyes for 3-5 minutes (or until the spoon becomes warm). Then, replace with another cold spoon and repeat the process.The cold from the metal spoon will relax the blood vessels around the eyes, tighten the skin and reduce puffiness.
  3. Green Tea Bags
    Green tea contains caffeine and is high in antioxidants, both of which help reduce puffiness and irritation. Brew two green tea bags then let them sit in the fridge until they are cold. Place the chilled tea bags on your eyes for about 20 minutes.
  4. Cool Cucumbers
    If you’ve ever had a spa treatment, you may have been given cool cucumber slices to put over your eyes. Cucumbers contain vitamin C and caffeic acid. Those ingredients, coupled with the cold temperature of the vegetable, can help soothe tired eyes and reduce swelling. Leave the cucumber slices on your eyes for about ten minutes for best results.
  5. Cut the Salt
    Avoid foods that are high in sodium because they can cause fluid retention and bloating of the face and eye area. You don’t have to cut salt out of your diet completely, but avoid processed foods that contain excess amounts of sodium.
  6. Stay Hydrated
    When you are dehydrated, it leads to water retention, causing the under-eye area to swell. Ensure that you are drinking 8-10 glasses of water a day to help flush toxins from your body and reduce swelling.
  7. Under Eye Serum and Rollers
    Under eye serums are found in the cosmetic section at any pharmacy. You can also ask your doctor or dermatologist to recommend an over-the-counter brand that works best to treat circles and puffiness.

If all else fails, there is eyelid surgery. Blepharoplasty, as it is scientifically known, is a cosmetic surgery done to restore the form and function to the eyes. You should only consider eyelid surgery to correct dark circles and puffiness once you’ve tried the above or if a doctor has recommended it.

How To Choose The Best Moisturizer For Your Skin Type

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Browse through an aisle of moisturizers in any store and you can quickly become overwhelmed. With endless lotions, creams and serums, how to choose the right moisturizer for your skin type can be a daunting task.
Best Moisturizer For Your Skin Type
Let’s begin with some of the basics.

Some Basics

  • Just because you use a moisturizer on your body doesn’t mean you should use it on your face.
  • Always apply moisturizer after getting out of the shower or bath while you are still damp.
  • Dermatologists recommend using a product for either body or face with a minimum SPF 30.
  • If a moisturizer has anti-oxidants, it works for all skin types. It helps neutralize free radicals or molecules that break up the cells of your skin. Look for green tea and chamomile.
  • Avoid perfumes and colourings, which can irritate your skin.

Know Your Skin Type

This can sometimes be confusing. Just because you have oily skin in your 20s and are prone to blemishes does not mean you will be stuck with that issue forever. In fact, your skin type can change several times during your lifetime. Hormonal changes, your environment, and your genes all contribute to your skin type at any given period in your life.

Choosing the right moisturizer for your skin type will save you lots of grief.

Normal Skin / Combination Skin

Normal or combination skin is quite common and can be frustrating. Certain areas are usually more oily or dry than others. Think of the T-zone (nose and forehead), which seems to be more oily than the rest of the face. You might want to use two kinds of moisturizers to put your best face forward.

Consider gels, creams or lotions due their high water content. They will hydrate certain dry areas of the skin and provide some oil to maintain hydration. Best to avoid heavy creams.

Dry Skin

Dry skin feels tight and sensitive. Fine lines and wrinkles are more noticeable because dry skin has lost its ability to create natural hydration. Choose a moisturizing cream especially for dry skin. The drier your skin, the heavier the moisturizer cream should be. Find one containing hyaluronic acid (sodium hyaluronate) to deliver hydration directly to the skin cells.  

Drink plenty of water each day and avoid caffeine and alcohol.

Oily Skin

Oily skin is characterized by enlarged pores, which can easily become clogged leading to acne. Contrary to what some may think, you still need to use a moisturizer on oily skin. Find a gel with a high water content since they have little wax, oils and emulsifiers. Consequently, they hydrate the skin without sitting on the skin. A gentle daily exfoliation helps prevent breakouts and keeps the skin balanced.

Unfortunately none of us has the smooth baby skin we were born with. Take time to find the right moisturizer for your skin type and you will be rewarded with brighter more youthful complexion no matter your age.

Contact Clearview Plastic Surgery with questions or to learn how we can help improve your skin issues with Miracle 10 – a breakthrough skincare line that improves skin elasticity and radiance to create a more youthful appearance.

Tips To Update Your Skincare Routine For Spring

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Updating your skincare routine for spring is easy. All you need is a little extra time in the morning and night to follow a cleansing regimen. If you’re looking to create a new routine or add something extra to your usual skincare habits, the following tips will help:

Spring Skincare Routine

Cleanse with care

Our skin can become very oily in the winter. It can also become very dry. Your skincare routine for spring should be about getting your skin balanced. Look for cleansers that have a pH balancing formula. Also, foams tend to work better than bars or cleansing oils. Some dermatologists even recommend cleansing twice. The first wash will remove makeup, while the second will actually remove dirt and grime from your pores. Before you cleanse your skin make sure you have clean hands. Wash your hands prior to washing your face so that you’re not scrubbing your skin with dirty hands.

Exfoliate with acid

When we say exfoliate with acid, we mean fruit acids and lactic acid. These are gentle exfoliators that remove the dead, flaky skin that goes hand-in-hand with winter. Look for exfoliating products that are gentle and contain the aforementioned acids to give your skin a smooth, bright glow.

Tone down your foundation

Although foundation is a great tool for making our skin appear fresh and balanced, we tend to overdo it. Don’t go crazy with foundation and try to cover every blemish until it’s a cakey mess. Instead, let your skin breathe and use only a light coat of foundation. Moreover, leave the cover-ups behind and use spot-treatments instead. Spot-treatments are applied directly to the zit or blemish and left on while you sleep. Depending on the state of your skin, some blemishes and zits targeted with a spot-treatment disappear overnight while others take a day or two to go away.

Moisturize lightly

In the spring, switch to a lighter moisturizer so your skin won’t get weighed down. The moisturizers we need in the winter are heavier to provide a barrier against the cold. However, the spring calls for something lighter.

Wear sunscreen

Before your leave the house, apply sunscreen. Some moisturizers and foundations contain SPF but it’s not enough. An additional layer of sunscreen adds a much needed barrier against the sun’s harmful rays.

Hydrate, hydrate, hydrate

Use a hydrating toner to keep your skin from drying out. You should also drink water. If you don’t like the taste of water — it can be boring — force yourself. The more water you drink, the better your skin.

Taking care of your skin may seem tedious but neglecting even the smallest part of your routine can cause breakouts and blemishes. However, if you adhere to the aforementioned tips, you’ll have clear skin to match the clear (and sometimes rainy) skies of spring.

Eight Foods That Can Cause Excessive Sweating

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If you’re brave enough to bite into a jalapeno pepper, your body will go into overdrive. Besides your mouth feeling like it’s on fire, you start sweating up a storm. There are certain foods that will make you sweat excessively; so, if you’re looking to have a peaceful meal, avoid these eight bites:

Foods That Can Cause Excessive Sweating

  1. Fatty and processed foods:

    Chocolate, white bread, fast food and other foods that are processed make you perspire. Your body needs to work extra hard to process these foods causing you to sweat extensively while you eat and while you digest.

  2. Sodium overkill:

    Foods that are high in salt can make you sweat profusely. When you eat too much salt, your body will do what it can do get rid of the sodium by making you sweat. Try and keep your sodium consumption to 4 grams daily, that way you’ll sweat less.

  3. High-fat milk:

    If you consume high-fat milk you probably noticed that you perspire while drinking it. As we noted in #1, foods that are high in fat will make you sweat. To avoid perspiring into your morning bowl of cereal, switch to low-fat or skim milk.

  4. Hot peppers:

    Hot peppers contain capsaicin, which is a chemical that stimulates the nerve receptors in your mouth and convinces your nervous system into thinking you’re hot. Your brain then sends a signal to your sweat glands to get cracking and cool you down.

  5. Spicy foods:

    When you eat spicy foods you’re confusing your body into thinking it’s a hot day. When it’s hot outside, your sweat glands kick into high gear and start cooling you down. When you eat spicy foods, the same thing occurs.

  6. Soup:

    Whether you’re eating a heaping bowl of minestrone soup or sipping on a cup of chicken broth, you will probably find yourself sweating. This is because soups are generally served hot and your body will do everything in its power to cool you down while you slurp.

  7. Alcohol:

    Alcohol consumption makes us sweaty. When we drink alcoholic beverages, the blood vessels in our skin can widen, leading to our body temperature going up. Our sweat glands try to fight our increased body temperature by making us perspire.

  8. Coffee:

    Everyone’s favourite morning pick-me-up contains caffeine, which stimulates our central nervous system. When our central nervous system gets provoked, our sweat glands spring into action to try and cool us down. Whether you take it hot or iced, coffee makes you sweat. Plus, if you add sugar and high-fat milk to your cup of joe, you’re adding more fuel to the sweaty fire.

If you do find yourself sweating excessively after every meal, no matter what you eat, please contact your doctor. You could be suffering from hyperhidrosis, a condition that is characterized by excessive sweating.

Home Remedies For Winter Skin

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When it gets cold outside and we crank the heat up inside, our skin suffers. If you’re plagued by dry, cracked skin in the winter, there are some great home remedies you can try to give your epidermis a much needed boost. Our skin needs to stay hydrated, which can be a challenge in the winter. However, if you try the following fixes, you’ll notice softer, more radiant skin in no time.

Home Remedies For Winter Skin

  1. Almonds and milk

    For this you will need 1 tablespoon of almond powder and 2 tablespoons of raw milk. Mash these ingredients together until they make a paste, then apply it to your face and other dry skin areas. Leave it on for 10 minutes before massaging it off gently with water. Milk can keep the skin hydrated while almonds are bursting with vitamin E and essential fatty acids that act as exfoliators when applied directly to the skin.

  2. Yogurt and buttermilk

    Zinc, calcium and vitamin B6 are all enzymes found in yogurt. These enzymes cleanse the skin and help lighten the appearance of blemishes. Buttermilk contains lactic acid that acts as a peeling agent to get rid of dull, flaky skin. It also gets rid of the itch that goes along with dry skin. For this remedy you’ll need 1 cup of yogurt and 1 cup of buttermilk. Mix them together and leave on your skin for 15 to 20 minutes before washing it off with water.

  3. Petroleum jelly

    Most people have tubs of petroleum jelly lying around the house, making this home remedy an easy one to do. Simply apply the petroleum jelly (often known by its brand name of Vaseline) on your dry skin and massage it for a minute or so until it absorbs. Petroleum jelly can also be used on the lips because it is an emollient, perfect for getting rid of the cracks and peeling our lips suffer during the colder months.

  4. Olive oil and egg yolk

    Eggs aren’t just for omelets. Egg yolk is rich with Vitamin A and lecithins that can help correct dry skin. When mixed with olive oil, the egg yolks, combined with the natural antioxidants from the olive oil will make your skin so hydrated it’ll glow. You’ll need two egg yolks and three to four drops of olive oil, applied directly to the face at least twice weekly to achieve that glow, but it’s worth it. Mix the two ingredients together, put it on your face for about 20 minutes, then wash off with water.

  5. Lemon and honey

    You will need half a lemon, 2 tablespoons of honey and a cotton ball. Squeeze the juice out of the lemon, add to the honey and mix well. Apply the mixture to your dry skin with the cotton ball and leave on for 10 minutes before rinsing off with water. Lemons are rich in vitamin C, and combined with the honey’s anti-inflammatory properties this mixture helps to soothe that itchy dry skin the winter brings.

  6. Banana mask

    With half of a banana and 1 teaspoon of honey, you can create a soothing facial mask that’ll lock in moisture. Mash the banana and the honey together until there are no lumps. Apply this mixture to your face for about 20 minutes and then rinse with water. Besides nourishing your skin with vitamins C, B6 and A, bananas also have anti-aging capabilities that fight the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

Please be mindful of allergies. If you notice any redness, during or after applying any of these home remedies visit your doctor immediately.

Four Non-Invasive Procedures To Rejuvenate Your Face

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For many people, the effects of aging can make us look older than we are. Our faces bear the brunt of these effects, with our skin losing its elasticity and wrinkles and spots popping up. If you’re looking to rejuvenate your face without cosmetic surgery there are four different methods you can try. Each is safe, effective and will restore your skin, giving it a youthful glow.

Non-Invasive Procedures To Rejuvenate Your Face

  1. Laser skin resurfacing

    Don’t be scared of the word “laser”. These are highly concentrated beams of light energy that are used to improve our skin’s texture and tone. There are two types of lasers, ablative and nonablative. Ablative lasers get rid of the skin’s outer layers to encourage new skin to grow in its place. Although the laser penetrates deep under the skin’s surface, this ablative procedure is still considered non-invasive because no surgical incisions are involved. As for non-ablative laser procedures, these lasers do not break the skin’s surface but instead heat it up enough to promote the growth of new collagen, creating firmer, younger looking skin. Laser skin resurfacing minimizes the look of wrinkles and fine lines; treats redness, discolouration and brown spots; tightens skin; contributes to collagen production; and can get rid of unsightly facial hair.

  2. Chemical peels

    This non-invasive skin procedure involves using a safe chemical solution that causes the outer layers of skin to peel away. Once the old skin peels away, new skin will reveal itself and you’ll have a younger looking, more even complexion. Chemical peels are able to minimize acne scars, smooth wrinkles and fine lines, brighten your complexion, reduce the appearance of age spots and sun damage, and tighten the skin.

  3. Microdermabrasion

    This procedure is more like a deep exfoliation of the skin. The area being treated is exfoliated using a fine-tipped instrument or with a light application of abrasive particles. Once the skin is exfoliated it is vacuumed away leaving you with a brightened and improved skin tone. Microdermabrasion also helps to minimize wrinkles and fine lines, and reduces the appearance of age spots and acne scars.

  4. Dermabrasion

    This is a more powerful form of microdermabrasion. Instead of using a fine-tipped instrument or light application of abrasive particles, a rapidly rotating instrument is used to remove the skin layer by layer. Dermabrasion reaches more deeply under the skin’s surface to encourage new cell growth. It can remove scars and blemishes, minimize the appearance of wrinkles, and create a smooth and more balanced complexion.

Plastic surgery isn’t for everyone but if you’re looking to have a non-invasive procedure done to rejuvenate your face, we can help. Contact us today for more information. Let’s get you the beautiful skin you deserve.

The 5 Foods You Should Start Eating For Glowing Skin All Winter

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Winter can really take a toll on your skin. The change from hot to cold weather can push your skin to it’s limits. Acne flair-ups are more common in the winter, and the lack of sun can make your once glowing spring and summer skin look sallow. In addition to keeping your skin moisturized during the winter, there are some foods that you can eat to ensure that your skin looks its best during the harsh winter months. Below are 5 foods you should start eating for glowing skin all winter.

5 Foods For Glowing Winter Skin

Olive oil

Olive oil is rich in both vitamin E and vitamin A – two essential vitamins for healthy looking, glowing skin. If you don’t consume a lot of olive oil during the year, but use other vegetable oils to cook and bake, try substituting olive oil to give your skin an extra A and E boost during the winter.

Grapefruit

Grapefruit is an all around super food when it comes to promoting healthy looking skin. It contains vitamin C, antioxidants, potassium and a toxic flushing compound called naringin, which helps to flush toxins out of your liver. One of the best ways to promote healthy skin is to maintain a healthy liver.

Avocado

A great source of vitamin A, C and E, as well as monounsaturated fats, avocados are great at helping your skin lock in moisture, which is crucial when it’s so cold and dry out. It also contains folic acid, magnesium and potassium. Avocados are basically meant for your skin, and they also contribute to the reduction of fine lines and wrinkles.

Carrots

Most of us have be told our entire lives about the benefits of carrots for your eyes. But did you also know that carrots keep your skin hydrated from within? They are also great for keeping your skin protected against UV radiation and their potassium will help you fight back against the dryness. If you’re not a fan of eating carrots, you can try to incorporate it into a smoothie or use it in pressed juice.

Our skin is not designed to look its best when it is cold and dry. Many people who experience seasonal skin problems such as acne and rosacea flare ups during the winter feel stressed out. You can quickly see why showing your skin some extra love during the cold winter months is important. We expose our skin to a lot, but certainly more so when it’s freezing out. Incorporate the above foods into your diet this winter and see your skin glow all winter long.

5 Diets Guaranteed To Make Your Skin Glow

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Your lifestyle habits, including tanning, smoking, and what you eat can influence the condition of your skin either positively or adversely. While there are numerous cosmetics on the market that are advertised as “skin food,” the fact is that getting and maintaining a healthy complexion does not require a manufactured or packaged product.

Eating Habits For A Glowing Skin

While there are some good lotions and cleansers that seem to offer topical solutions to your skincare concerns, getting truly dazzling and hydrated skin starts with what is on your plate. In fact, there are certain foods that are known to ward off premature ageing, treat acne, reduce the appearance of fine lines, and even fight against pesky skin conditions. When included in your diet, these foods provide the body with the necessary tools strengthen and develop healthy skin tissues, nourish the skin, and make it glow. They include:

  1. Natto

    This Japanese dish is prepared from soybeans that are boiled and fermented with bacteria in order to increase their nutritional value. Natto has plenty of dietary vitamin K2, which promotes bone and cardiovascular health and boosts skin elasticity to prevent wrinkles.

    The dish also contains gut-healing probiotics that prevent inflammation, which in turn keeps skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis, and acne that stem from inflammation at bay.

  2. Salmon

    Salmon is not only rich in anti-inflammatory omega-3s, but also dimethylaminoethanol (DMAE) that is known to promote healthy skin since it strengthens cell membranes. This, in turn, prevents the deterioration that results in premature ageing.

    DMAE also inhibits the production of arachidonic acid (AA) that causes inflammation and wrinkle formation, and works with B vitamins to boost acetylcholine levels – neurotransmitters that promote muscle function to help maintain the tone and firmness of your face.

  3. Tomatoes

    Tomatoes contain a phytochemical known as lycopene that strengthens collagen – the protein responsible for giving the skin its taut and youthful structure. Lycopene also protects the skin against the oxidising effect of UV radiation by getting rid of free radicals that cause skin ageing.

  4. Carrots

    They are not only great for your eyes, but also your skin. They contain lots of vitamin A and beta-carotene that inhibits the production of cells in the outer layer of the skin, helping to reduce the flaky dead cells that cause the skin pores to clog when combined with sebum.

  5. Sweet potatoes

    Nearly all fruits and vegetables contain vitamins and antioxidants that give you a healthier and more attractive skin with a radiant glow. But studies suggest that red and orange vegetables, including the two mentioned above, sweet potatoes, and many others that contain carotenoids (give plants the red colour) give the best skin complexion when consumed regularly owing to the disease-fighting properties of carotenoids.

Generally, most diets containing fruits, vegetable, and nuts provide vitamins and minerals with anti-inflammatory properties and other effects that are guaranteed to make your skin youthful and glowing. For more information, and other ways to help improve your skin, contact the Clearview staff today.

The Most Popular Procedures in your 20s, 30s and 40s

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Many of us have one of two things that, if we had the opportunity, we could like to change about ourselves. It may be a small bump on the nose only we notice, ears that we may feel stick out more than we would like, or a bevy of other personal displeasures. As we age, feelings about certain parts of our body change, and we look to combat these things. It goes without saying that as you age, you require different procedures to combat certain aspects of aging. You may not know what procedures to investigate further based on your age. Here are a few essential facts to know about the most popular procedures based on your age!

Most Popular Procedures

20’s
When you’re in your 20s, not many people opt for having age combating procedures just yet. Most of the procedures undertaken while someone is in their 20s are augmentation; for example if there is a part of your body that you’re unhappy with or has been causing discomfort, such as a deviated septum, or breasts that cause back pain. These are the most common procedures undertaken during this age range. One of the most popular is procedures is rhinoplasty, which is the augmentation of the nose. The nose is a very prominent feature, so if there is an aspect of it that you’re unhappy with, many people choose this as the first procedure they want to have done.

Another extremely popular procedure at this age is lip augmentation. There are numerous ways of achieving lip augmentation, and this procedure remains popular throughout the age groups. Lastly, breast augmentation, lift, and even reductions are incredibly popular. This is another procedure that often has been long thought out by the person undertaking it, and can help to drastically improve one’s positive sense of self and confidence. Though the procedure really depends on the person and what their desired outcome is, these are 3 of the most popular for people in their 20s!

30s
As we enter our thirties, our metabolism begins to slow down and putting in the same amount of time at the gym in combination with a well balanced diet just doesn’t have the same effect as it used to. That’s why, for many in their 30’s, there is a much higher demand for procedures such as liposuction and abdominoplasty. These procedures remove unwanted and stubborn fat, while also smoothing out skin. Liposuction can be applied to Abdomen, Hips and thighs, Buttocks, Chest and neck Upper and lower back Calves and ankles. Another option for a less invasive procedure for the same results is Body TITE!

In addition, perhaps towards the later 30s, there’s an increased popularity in Botox. Though wrinkle procedures are most commonly undertaken to improve appearance, they can also improve TMJ and even migraines. Lastly, breast augmentation remains one of the most popular procedures. Breast augmentation doesn’t necessarily mean larger implants it can also mean lifting and augmenting the existing breast tissue!

40s
The 40s are when signs of aging start to really show in most people. Though wrinkles and fine lines may not be overtly visible, they certainly are an annoyance making us appear tired. In addition, a large number of women will have had children by this age, thereby changing their body. On account of this, many women are opting for wrinkle treatment to smooth out fine lines and wrinkles, and tightening the neck and face. Our wrinkle treatment is effective in treating crow’s feet, laugh or smile lines, frown lines and even worry lines. In addition, dermal fillers can combat sunken cheeks, thin lips, acne scarring and accentuating eyebrows.

Furthermore, many women in their 40s will opt to have body sculpting or liposuction procedures undertaken to reverse the changes in their body caused by having children. Body TITE works in 4 ways to reduce fat, body contour, reduce cellulite and tighten the skin. Many consider Body TITE to be better than traditional liposuction because it is less traumatic to the body, and provides more uniform results. To combat both aging and the impact of having children, many women will opt to have a breast lift and/or augmentation to revitalize their breasts. A breast augmentation procedure will help to achieve perkier more youthful looking breasts. This can achieve improved body image, self confidence and improved self esteem.

Are you interested in any of the aforementioned procedures? To both look and fell your best, visit our website to learn more in depth about the procedures, what they involve and recovery time. So what are you waiting for? Book for consultation online today!

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