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Having a great body after having kids, used to be all about hard work and no carbs, but those days are so over. Thanks to an explosion in new fat reducing technology, slimmer hips, flatter tummies and shapelier curves are within every woman’s grasp.
And we are not talking about surgery either. The new generation of body contouring technologies are minimally invasive, and they are catching on. There were 180,000 non-surgical fat reduction treatments were performed in 2017, up almost 220% since 2012, according the latest statistics from the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS).
None of these are substitutes for eating a clean, healthy diet and getting regular exercise,
You donâ€™t have to live with problem skin that puts a crimp on your beauty routine anymore.Â Aesthetic treatments, topical procedures and skincare options abound for problems that arise from theÂ teen years to social security. Weâ€™ve grilled some experts to find out the new ways to beat breakouts, wrinkles, brown spots and more.
Youâ€™ve got… large pores
Whatâ€™s happening: Pores can be invisible on dry skin or tight, firm skin. If you have oily or thick skin, pores tends to be more noticeable. Causes of large pores can include genetics, sun damage is another cause. As we age, the skinâ€™s surface thickens which makes pores more visible. Not enough e
(HealthNewsDigest.com) – Fractional lasers have come a long way since they were first introduced. My first experience was with the original FraxelÂ®, when they were still using the blue dye that left your skin slightly tinted for a day or so. For someone who has had her share of BOTOX and for whom lasering under the arms doesnâ€™t cause a whimper, it was pretty painful. My eyes swelled up and I was the color of a boiled lobster for five days, applying ice packs.