Apr 28, 2015

10 Celebrity Skin Care Secrets That Will Surprise You

Some might say; only doctors give the best skin care advice. If you are thinking the same, you don't know much about celebrities (outside a TV screen), because no one misses with celebrities when it comes to giving beauty tips.

Unlike ordinary folks, celebrities are always on the spot light. It's not surprising that they strive to look more attractive and glowing every time they step on the red carpet. Yet among of these famous singers, models and actors are those who take skin care to a whole new level of weirdness! We don't advice you to try some of these.

Microdermabrision: A Noninvasive Treatment For a Healthier Skin

Microdermabrasion is a skin resurfacing procedure that involves peeling off layers of dead skin cells from the face, while stimulating collagen growth. The purpose of this procedure is to expose new and healthy skin that looks and feels smoother. 

When performed by an experienced dermatologist, microdermabrasion is expected to improve dull skin and fine lines and reduce blemishes. Skin products such as lotion creams and moisturizers are often used after the procedure to boost the effectiveness of the treatment. Microdermabrasion is painless and less invasive than its counterpart dermabrasion that often requires anesthesia.

Apr 22, 2015

Stem Cells Might Be a Possible Cure For Hair Loss

A collaboration between Russian and American researchers has led to the discovery of new stem cells that can produce human hair. The promising research might be the first step in developing a stem cell-based hair growth treatment that can permanently cure hair loss in men and women.

Apr 20, 2015

Apple or Pear: What Determines Your Body Shape After Gaining Weight?

Men and women gain weight differently. However, there are factors what makes fat reside in the body in a preferential way. For years, scientists have supported the fact that human body is categorized into three shapes.  The first shape, the apple shape, is common among men and is defined by the fat deposits on the middle section of the body, mostly on the abdomen. The second type, the pear shape, is common among women. This shape is caused by the fat deposited centred on hips and bottom. The third type is referred to as the “ovoid shape” which is observed in both men and women, and is characterized with an even distribution of fat across the body.

Apr 16, 2015

Top 6 Reasons to Have a Plastic Surgery

The notion that plastic surgeries are bad and sinful dominates the minds of many people. But what most of these people fail to grasp is the fact that there is a difference between having a plastic surgery to increase self-esteem and having it just for vanity. Researches and statistics have proven that plastic surgery can dramatically change a life, Plastic surgeries might not a necessity to everyone, however, to some people they help in…

Apr 9, 2015

Can Fat Transfer Replace Breast Implants?

Artificial breast-implants has remains a popular aesthetic procedure among women seeking an ideal body through larger and fuller breasts. However, over fifty years has passed since silicon implants where first introduced in 1961. Since then, cosmetic procedures has changed and improved significantly with new techniques and medicines emerging every day. Among those new and uncanny procedures is fat transfer that we've cover last week.

Apr 2, 2015

Fat Transfer Relocates Fat to Where It Should Be

Fat is one of the major nutrients that fuel our body with energy and keep us alive. However, when too much fat is consumed and little exercise is performed, fat accumulates throughout our body and becomes a burden on both our health and physical appearance.