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And little girls may never fully grow out of this phase. The fantasy may just morph a bit. Instead of becoming a princess, many women are happy to simply look like one—especially if she looks like the Duchess of Cambridge Catherine Elizabeth “Kate” Middleton, the pregnant wife of Prince William, Duke of Cambridge (son of Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana). As many a royal watcher
Plastic surgery isn’t just about scalpels anymore. According to the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (AAFPRS), non-surgical procedures such as chemical peels and filler and toxin injections topped the list of most requested procedures in 2011.
In addition to addressing traditional concerns like lines and wrinkles, non-surgical procedures also can repair beauty regrets like the results from spending too much time in the sun or even sagging earlobes from years of wearing heavy earrings.
“Every FDA approved product, including fillers, has an indication supported by data generated from clinical trials,” stated Tom Wang, M.D. and president of AAFPRS. “Howe
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