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Cool is just about the only way to possibly describe the recent Coolsculpting media event at the minus5° Ice Experience in midtown Manhattan, a bar made entirely of ice and interactive ice sculptures.
And if that’s not cool enough, the fat-freezing brand introduced guests to their newest brand ambassador – actress Debra Messing aka Grace Adler from the recently rebooted NBC sitcom Will and Grace.
The icy location couldn’t have been more perfect. Coolsculpting is a non-invasive form of fat reduction that selectively freezes fat cells, destroying them for good. It’s approved for a growing list of trouble spots including visible bulges under the chin, the thigh, the abdomen and
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Dr. Deuber is highly respected in the Dallas, Texas community is well known as the compassionate doctor and skilled surgeon. He provides his patients with an alternative to the one-size-fits-all surgical approach. His skill, talent, and artistry enable him to achieve beautiful, customized results with quick recovery times. Patients who choose his cosmetic surgery practice discover the beneficial impact that a conscientious plastic surgeon can make on the surgical experience.
Dr. Mark Deuber is also a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, Texas Society of Plastic Surgeons, the Texas Medical Association, the Dallas County Medical Society, and the American Medical Association.
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Based in Santa Rosa, California, Dr. Heather Furnas is certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery. She offers her patients customized solutions to their cosmetic needs; she specializes in selecting the most advanced surgical and non-surgical treatments to create natural-looking results. She offers an array of services; patients can choose from procedures such as facelift, rhinoplasty, tummy tuck, breast augmentation, vaginal rejuvenation, and labiaplasty.
Dr. Furnas also takes her technical skills abroad to serve the needs of children with birth defects in Peru, Honduras, Western Samoa, the Philippines, and El Salvador. Her volunteer efforts were inspired after spending a year in
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I just returned home from a long weekend jaunt to Miami and I can attest to the fact that the beauty of its beaches is only rivaled by the beauty of the people that frequent said beaches. It might be due to the fact that the absolutely gorgeous weather encourages the locals to be bathing suit ready 365 days a year and often those bathing suits are of the navel-baring bikini variety. Many of the women I encountered on the beach were accompanied by 2 or more children. It had me wondering how it was possible they looked so good. Though I’m sure a large percentage followed a healthy diet, exercise regimen and had the luck of the gene pool to thank for their close-to-perfect physiques, many prob
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