Many people living in Maryland’s Charm City choose to improve the way they look by getting certain Baltimore cosmetic surgery procedures done. For one, those who, even after rigorous diet and exercise, still couldn’t get rid of that last bit of flabby skin opt for a tummy tuck to finally get into their ideal shape. However, as with any surgical procedure, you should follow the recommended steps to recovering from the treatment if you want to experience its full effects. (more…)
Women who undergo plastic surgery do it for different reasons. Some go through it as a reconstructive procedure after treatment for a medical condition, while many others do it for aesthetic goals. (more…)
Given the largely competitive nature of the workplace, job applicants have to optimize any advantage they have over other candidates. This does not only mean having the right degree, training, and employment history; it also means having a good appearance. As an article in business resource Chron says: (more…)
The physical changes brought about by pregnancy can take a toll on a woman’s body image and, correspondingly, her self-esteem. One often hears about celebrities giving birth and losing weight seemingly at the drop of a hat, which could all too easily lead to an overwhelming feeling of inadequacy. Fortunately, new moms can take advantage of a cosmetic procedure that can take inches off the belly, improve the appearance of stretch marks, and reveal a slimmer silhouette: abdominoplasty, more popularly known as a tummy tuck in Baltimore. (more…)
Rejuvenation might just be one of the most popular reasons for cosmetic surgery. Almost 2 million Americans went under the knife to improve their appearance last year, and numerous lifts generally aim to get rid of the wrinkles acquired through aging.
Of the thousands of surgeries done, facelifts comprise a significant portion, and seniors account for a considerable part of the facelift market. In fact, according to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, facelift was the most common cosmetic surgery done on people aged 65 and above in 2013. There’s no indication what the most advanced age was in that “65 and above” bracket, so one might wonder, “how old is too old for a facelift?” (more…)
Many women celebrate pregnancy although it causes numerous physical changes even after childbirth. Some are left to face flab and excess fat in their tummy. The BabyCentre.co.uk staff offers an insight into this matter.
What’s your beauty secret? Is it using raw honey as an all-natural face mask? Or exfoliating knees and elbows with orange halves?
For celebrities, the secret to their stunning beauty often remains just that: a well-guarded secret. In a lot of cases, this is because they underwent cosmetic surgery to enhance their looks, hence the hush-hush attitude towards such procedures. However, Glee star Diana Agron had no qualms about admitting that she had a nose job, as this article from Yahoo.com reports: (more…)
There are a lot of things you can do to improve your looks: put on makeup, sport a new hairdo, or update your wardrobe, just to name a few. Increasing your chest size, however, will prove to be a much harder task. (more…)
Women with breast cancer fight one of life’s toughest battles. Often the solution they are left to accept is to lose one or both of their breasts through mastectomy. Although this can help stop the cancer, mastectomy can also leave a huge emotional scar on them.
Many people seek to understand the psychological implications of plastic surgery, as millions around the country, including in Baltimore, MD, seek various cosmetic procedures yearly. Previous reports show that the positive outweighs the negative.