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I HAVE GREAT NEWS FOR YOU…
(This is the text I woke up to one morning from Beauty and The Bag’s Editor in Chief Wendy Lewis)
????? I responded quickly wondering if perhaps I had won a Pulitzer for one of my groundbreaking articles on microneedling or platelet-rich plasma (PRP) LOL.
Would you like to try Cutera’s Trusculpt iD treatment on your tummy and flanks and write about your experience!!!!
My flanks??? I asked.
(True story: I never knew I had flanks.)
A back-handed compliment, to be sure, but once you are told you have flanks (by your editor who was known as the Knife Coach for her guidance on all things cosmetic surgery in her past life), there is nothing you w
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New York City’s iconic Rockefeller Center Skating Rink, a place I haven’t been since my daughter Eden was about eight years old, was such a fitting setting for the latest Coolsculpting event featuring the always fabulous two time Olympian skater Johnny G. Weir. Not sure how and I’d like to know his secret, but after skating up a storm and giving lessons to eager attendees, Johnny glided off the ice without a hair out of place.
I had the chance to chat with New York City plastic surgeon David Rappaport, founder of CoolSpa, now the proud owner of six Coolsculpting systems hat he keeps busy keeping his patients at their svelte best. “Nothing beats Coolscultping for those who are having a ha
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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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Plastic Surgery enables people an opportunity to restore their shape of their bodies and allows them to feel good about themselves. A clear mind and a healthy body are vital to this process. There are limitations to surgery and procedures, to help promote and maintain a healthful life Dr. John Paul Tutela, MD developed a Road to Wellness as a means to focus and provide guidance in a variety of different aspects of life.
1. Can you tell us about your passion for your career?
Plastic Surgery is a means to empower people to feel good about themselves and reconstructive surgery attempts to restore function where it was lost. Even what are considered cosmetic pro