Are cosmetic creams and plastic surgery the answers for eternal youth?

Are cosmetic creams and plastic surgery the answers for eternal youth?

Who in the world does not wish for himself a flawless skin and a “forever young” life? The intuition for these needs led to aesthetic cosmetic industry’s over-development and same for the plastic surgery one. We all know that the strongest asset of a woman is her image but what can we do when the wrinkles, dark circles under the eyes or odd eyelids betray us while attempt to mask the years that passed by while living a wrong lifestyle?
Liposomes creams, anti-wrinkles creams, creams with different organic ingredients, creams with “lift” effect – all these promise an eternal youth, but do they also deliver it? Same for the lifting operations…The final dilemma anyone has is whether we should choose cosmetic products or the scalpel?
Lifting creams stimulate tissue firmity, rebuild face skin firmity and seem to have an anti-aging effect. They also contain UV protection factors. Advantages? They are affordable, easy to use, fragrant and “delicious”, being a part of the daily ritual for beauty on women over 25 years old, and not only. The downside effects of using lifting creams are that these “miracle creams” only have a local result, a superficial and temporal one.
On the other hand, facelift surgery comes with visible results within weeks. Its effects are long-lasting and the results are way more visible than the ones provided by cosmetic creams. Also, if we think about the costs/surgery VS costs/creams we definitely see that is worth the investment. Even if this means a greater financial effort, a plastic surgery’s effects last for years in a row. In comparision, the monthly budget for anti-wrinkle and lifting creams exceeds the cost of the surgery, of course, while referring to the same period results being seen.
Before facial treatments and plastic surgeries it is indicated:
–          With 7-10 days before, try to smoke from less to 0 cigarettes
–          During the surgery you should not be in the menstrual cycle
–          You should stop taking birth control pills 10 days before the surgery
–          Anticoagulant medication like aspirin is to be avoided
–          Before going into surgery make sure you are not cold nor you have any skin infections like pimples or boils
The results will be visible very soon after the surgery has been completed. They will become evident in two or three weeks, also, as not all people have the same healing rates, the final results will continue to become more and more visible with each month passing by. Cosmetic surgeries have different motivations but all with the same goal – complexes elimination. If someone has a problem with being confident in himself and chooses to take surgery after surgery in order to obtain perfection (which it is impossible to be reached) then cosmetic surgery is not a solution, all being at a mental level. Cosmetic surgeries have one single purpose – to repair imperfections.

 

source: http://new-one.org/

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