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Cosmetic Procedures Increase 12% in 2013

Liposuction, Breast Augmentation, Injectables top list of popular procedures The number of cosmetic surgery procedures performed in the United States in 2013 increased by 12% over the previous year, according to the 17th annual statistics released by the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS). Liposuction and Breast Augmentation were again the two top cosmetic Continue Reading

Transform Your Body Without Surgery or Downtime

CoolSculpting freezes & naturally eliminates fat with a non-surgical body contouring treatment Many of us get regular exercise and do our best to eat healthy, only to notice that the stubborn spare tire or muffin top just isn’t coming off. Now there’s a cool new solution – it’s called CoolSculpting, a patented, clinically proven, FDA Continue Reading

Botox Cosmetic Approved to Treat Crow’s Feet

Botox has been used off-label for years to smooth the appearance of crow’s feet and other fine lines on the face. Now, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved BOTOX Cosmetic (onabotulinumtoxinA) to temporary improve the appearance of moderate to severe lateral canthal lines at the sides of the eyes, known as “crow’s feet,” Continue Reading

What’s the Best Injectable for You?

Popular options for facial rejuvenation smooth wrinkles, add skin volume Wrinkles that show up on the face and forehead are often some of the first visible signs of aging. Not only does the skin begin to lose support and elasticity as time goes by, but repetitive movements of facial muscles can cause the skin to Continue Reading

Cosmetic Procedures Top 10 Million in 2012

Breast Augmentation, Liposuction head list of most popular cosmetic surgery procedures More than 10 million surgical and nonsurgical cosmetic procedures were performed nationwide in 2012, according to the 16th annual statistics from the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS). Breast augmentation and liposuction were the top cosmetic surgical procedures. Botulinum toxin type A (including Continue Reading

Revolutionizing the Treatment of Cellulite

Cellulaze attacks the root causes of cellulite with a faster, more effective treatment For years, women have tried countless topical and non-invasive solutions to get rid of dimpled skin with limited to no results. But as a 2012 breakthrough technology, Cellulaze is the world’s first minimally-invasive medical device designed to reduce the appearance of cellulite Continue Reading

Resolve to Reduce Your Cellulite for the New Year

 With Cellulaze, you’ll discover a dramatic new approach to treating cellulite If you are bothered by cellulite and its dimply appearance, you’re not alone. In fact, 80% of women are affected by cellulite, making the desire for smoother thighs and legs a popular New Year’s resolution this year. Today it’s easier than ever before to Continue Reading

No Incision, No Downtime Body Contouring

CoolSculpting is a new technology for undesirable fat deposits During pregnancy, you dream of life with your new baby and think about how wonderful it will be to fit into your old clothes again. Then you give birth, experience fatigue, emotional unrest and adjust to your exhausting new schedule. Finally, you get to your favorite Continue Reading

More Men Opting for Cosmetic Surgery

Increases in Nose Reshaping, Eyelid Surgery, Botox, Laser Hair Removal seen among men With an eye toward social and professional success, more men of all ages and from all walks of life are embracing cosmetic plastic surgery procedures and their potential for improvement. Cosmetic surgery has gone mainstream in the past decade and men are Continue Reading

Celebrating 10 Years of BOTOX Cosmetic

Botox was approved in 2002 to treat frown lines The year 2012 marks 10 years since the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved BOTOX Cosmetic to temporarily improve the look of moderate to severe frown lines between the brows in people ages 18 to 65. A decade ago, this approval made headlines because it Continue Reading