Posts Tagged ‘ plastic surgery ’

Safe Alternatives to Dangerous Cosmetic Treatments

There are a number of dangerous cosmetic procedures and treatments today. The good news is that there are safer options! This week I’ve compiled safer alternatives to potentially dangerous cosmetic procedures. 1. Breast augmentation with textured breast implants – Textured breast implants have been associated with a very rare type of cancer of the scar tissue surrounding […]

  • Posted on: Nov 5 2019
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The Best Anti-Aging Cream Is…

Most plastic surgeons and dermatologists believe that retinoids are the most proven anti-aging creams today. Retinoids can be divided into prescription-strength tretinoin (aka Retin-A) or over-the-counter strength retinol. So which one do you choose? Tretinoin has been vigorously tested and scientifically confirmed to thicken the skin, increase collagen, reduce fine lines, lighten sun spots, and even […]

  • Posted on: Oct 24 2019
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EMSCULPT: The Most Exciting New Cosmetic Treatment in Many Years!

What is the most exciting new treatment since non-invasive fat reduction? Emsculpt is a new, non-invasive option to thicken muscle, reduce fat, and even narrow a diastasis recti (the separation between the abdominal muscles many women get after having children). It utilizes electromagnetic energy to stimulate your muscles to contract 20,000 times in one 30 […]

  • Posted on: Oct 14 2019
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Because Your Mind is a Terrible Thing to Waste…

I hope you are having a good week! I recently met up with an old friend who’s begun to suffer the effects of memory loss. It was quite concerning. So I thought this week I’d share with you some tips on improving your brain and preventing memory loss. Although dementia is scary, the good news […]

  • Posted on: Oct 3 2019
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The Hottest News and Treatments in Plastic Surgery

If you follow me on Instagram, you probably know that I’ve spent the last several days attending the annual meeting of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons in sunny San Diego. I was invited to give two lectures this year and had the pleasure of re-connecting with many of my plastic surgery colleagues, including my […]

  • Posted on: Sep 25 2019
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Post-Summer Skin Secrets

I hate to say it, but summer is officially over. I am as sad as you are. Now that autumn is upon us, I thought I’d take some time this week to give you some tips on how to care for your skin now that the summer is over. 1. Sun spots? Combine IPL with […]

  • Posted on: Sep 23 2019
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FAT – What you need to know

Are you as sad as I am that summer is over? My kids started school this week, so we’re definitely on the threshold of Autumn! In this post I’d love to share with you the skinny on FAT. Yes, fat in your diet isn’t necessarily bad for you. In fact, certain fats are good for […]

  • Posted on: Sep 5 2019
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The Past Two Weeks

How was your past week? I think this week I’ll take a break from giving health and cosmetic advice and instead tell you a little bit about what I’ve done recently. I’m actually writing this email at 12:11am riding first class (upgraded from coach – I never buy first class!) in a Delta plane 30,000 […]

  • Posted on: Aug 30 2019
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Energy Healing, Intermittent Fasting, Keto, 5G Health Effects, and More

I hope you’re having a great day. I recently returned from a conference in San Diego with some of the top holistic health practitioners in the United States. There are some interesting things happening, so I thought I’d share some with you. 1. Energy Healing – Have you ever wondered what a Reiki Master is? How about […]

  • Posted on: Aug 22 2019
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What Do 90% of Women Have, But Only 10% of Men?

It’s still summer, so cellulite is still on the minds of many women (and some men!) With that in mind, I thought I’d write a blog post about how to holistically treat this common issue. Surveys reveal that nearly 90% of women and 10% of men have cellulite. So what exactly is cellulite? Put simply, […]

  • Posted on: Aug 14 2019
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