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November 20, 2015

New Microneedle Can Obliterate Spider Veins in One Session –

A new microneedle device—the Given Needle—may help eradicate spider veins with one treatment, a new study in the Aesthetic Surgery Journal shows. The Given Needle is a micro-needle with an insulated shaft that delivers low-voltage current through an exposed beveled tip, obliterating the spider vein in one treatment session.

November 20, 2015

Your cosmetic surgery checklist

Aquarius Magazine –

If you've made the decision to go under the knife, the first step is to find a good surgeon. With so many to pick from, however, the choice can be overwhelming. Glossy ads jump from the pages of magazines, and streets appear to be lined with slick clinics promising great prices and even better results.

November 20, 2015

What You Need to Know Before Getting a Boob Job –

Boob jobs aren’t just an easy, quick fix surgery. They take careful consideration and research. If you’re wondering if you should enlarge your endowments, keep reading. You’ll find out what you should know before going under the knife, and even before booking an appointment with your surgeon!

November 6, 2015

Women Are Getting Surgery Down There to Look Better in Yoga Pants

Yahoo Health –

Activewear isn’t what it used to be. No longer just for the gym, workout clothes have become a trendy fashion statement for people on the go – especially for women. Maybe you’ve read about the“athleisure” trend? According to a recent article in the New York Post, women are willing to go the extra mile to look hot in their yoga pants…by electing to undergo surgery on their va-jay-jay to permanently remove the dreaded “camel toe.”

November 6, 2015

9 Things You Do Every Day That Make Your Boobs Sag

Women's Health –

We hate to deliver depressing news, but the fact is, some breast sag is inevitable. Having a baby, breastfeeding, and racking up more birthdays all contribute to a loss of elasticity of collagen, the connective tissue under the skin—leaving your set more deflated than firm. Sag can also be a matter of genetics. If your mother had a droopy pair, you might be predisposed to one, too (thanks, Mom!).

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