Archive for October, 2014
Celebrities and plastic surgery have long gone hand-in-hand. This is because celebrities are expected to maintain a beautiful, youthful appearance despite their age, as a part of keeping up their celebrity status. It is also most likely due to the fact that celebrities are so sharply critiqued by the media and the public about their appearances. Whatever the reason, many celebrities have undergone some type of plastic surgery. However, some are more likely to admit it than others. Joan Rivers was the first to admit that she had undergone many plastic surgery procedures and was a big proponent of plastic surgery. Other celebrities like Demi Moore, Madonna and Renée Zellweger continue to deny that they have had plastic surgery, despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary. continue reading
Eyelid Lift surgery, also known as Blepharoplasty, is a popular cosmetic surgery procedure that can be used to give the eyes a more youthful appearance. It can also be used to treat drooping eyelids in the case where excess skin hangs over the eyes, affecting vision. A recent study conducted by the Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center and published in the journal Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery reports that this surgery may also help migraine sufferers find relief from their symptoms. continue reading
Micro-derma needling is a skin rejuvenation treatment that can be used to soften and/or remove existing lines and wrinkles from the face. It can also be used to smooth or soften the appearance of scarring and scar tissue caused by accidents, acne or bites. This non-invasive treatment works on furrow lines, marianet lines, labial folds, lip lines and crows feet and is offered by Juventus Medical Spa. Micro-derma needling is available at many plastic and reconstructive surgery practices throughout the United States.
Micro-derma needling requires the incision of a fine needle with radio frequency currents into the wrinkle line or scar on the face. This causes constriction of elastic fiber bundles and collagen cells, gathering them together to fill in the wrinkle or crevices of a scar. continue reading