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Meet the Three Boobed Woman!

Wow. This is crazy. In interviews, she claimed that she saw 50-60 plastic surgeons before she could find one who would create a third breast for her. Creating a third breast is possible, I suppose, but difficult and would likely necessitate several surgeries. I doubt that any real, board-certified plastic surgeons in their right mind […]

  • Posted on: Sep 23 2014
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Plastic Surgeons: “Back Off My Botox!”

Although this news isn’t as exciting to the general public as, say, Bruce Jenner’s latest bizarre change in appearance, it’s huge news in the plastic surgery and dermatology market.  Allergan, pioneers of some of the most game-changing and innovative products in cosmetic medicine, are the target of a possible hostile takeover bid by rival Valeant.  […]

  • Posted on: Aug 6 2014
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ZO Skin Health – Faculty Member

Have you heard of ZO Skin Health and ZO Medical skin care products?  This is the new line of skin care products developed by Beverly Hills dermatologist Dr. Zein Obagi.  I’ve recently had the privilege of being named as a ZO Skin Health faculty member. ZO Skin Health and ZO Medical represent the latest and greatest in […]

  • Posted on: Jul 30 2014
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Using Leftovers To Look Younger? On “The Rachael Ray Show” Wednesday 7/16!

I will be returning to the Rachael Ray Show this Wednesday, July 16th to reveal three ways to use leftovers to look younger?  Can you use potato peels to darken gray hair?  Check out this and other secrets this Wednesday!  Although I’m not included in the teaser for the episode, you can catch the teaser […]

  • Posted on: Jul 15 2014
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Interesting and Simple Way to Preview a Nose Job

Have you ever considered getting a nose job but didn’t want surgery?  Have you had a botched nose job?  More and more doctors are now injecting filler into the nose to correct defects and even to make it look straighter.  A friend of mine, and prominent Beverly Hills facial plastic surgeon, Dr. Robert Kotler, has […]

  • Posted on: Jul 13 2014
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