Autologous fat transfer for natural breasts versus breast implants
October 29, 2021
If you want to enhance your breasts but don’t like the idea of having implants, you might want to consider autologous fat transfer (AFT). AFT is a cosmetic procedure that involves using your own fat cells to increase bust size. It’s safe, effective and delivers nat...
Are Skin Boosters right for you?
January 25, 2021
You may be a good candidate if you want to: Improve the elasticity of your skin.Hydrate crepey skin.Improve skin texture without using traditional fillers.Restore skin hydration....
A guide to natural-looking Botox
July 15, 2020
Botox is the most popular cosmetic treatment in the world - and for very good reason. It’s safe, affordable and can do wonders for keeping the wrinkles at bay and helping you maintain a youthful complexion. Still on the fence about getting Botox? This blog post is for you....
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