The human body is truly amazing, both mechanically and as a piece of beautiful sculpture. Over countless generations, it has developed incredible mechanisms for healing and strengthening. Fast forward to today, though, and some of those things don’t look so marvelous. One example is the tenacious way that the body holds onto stores of fat, especially in certain problem areas.
Sometimes diet and exercise just isn't enough to erase the stubborn fat that insists on hanging around. Thankfully, there is liposuction, a procedure that allows your doctor to remove excess fat deposits from specific areas of the body. It's a great tool for attacking those trouble areas that often include the abdomen, thighs, buttocks, neck, the backs of the arms, and even the chin. It's a minimally invasive outpatient procedure that can have you looking and feeling great in a matter of days.
Nearly one-third of Americans have a tattoo. Eventually, one-quarter of these people will or currently regret getting one. Breakups, poor quality, or concerns with your professional appearance can cause most of your regret. What might have seemed like a great idea at one time, now might not fit your current circumstances. Instead of trying to cover up your tattoo with clothing or concealing makeup, laser tattoo removal may be the answer you are looking for.
It seems like everyone is in search of the perfect derriere, and more and more people are turning to the Brazilian butt lift to find it. According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, more than 24,000 people had the procedure last year. Their doctors removed unwanted fat from one part of the body and surgically inserted into their butt areas in order to help them achieve a fuller, rounder backside. If you're thinking about joining them, you probably have questions about how long it will take before you're able to get up, out and enjoy the results.
These days it seems like everyone is talking about body sculpting, the process of using heat, cooling, or injectable materials to tame fatty tissue and re-shape problem body parts. Allure magazine says that the buzz about the noninvasive cosmetic treatments has "crescendoed from a whisper to a yell." Haute Living points out that more and more men are having the procedures. And US magazine has covered a long list of celebrities who swear by body sculpting.
Now that you've finally tired of all the shaving, waxing, and plucking it takes to keep unwanted hair at bay, it's time to begin reaping the rewards of laser hair removal. But there are some things you're going to want to do before you can say goodbye to ingrown hairs, stop paying for expensive hair removal tools, and start saving all that time you used to spend grooming.