Though they are related disciplines, cosmetic surgery and plastic surgery are not the same. Simplistically, cosmetic surgery is an elective procedure while plastic surgery is reconstructive, but the differences go beyond that.
Many people are self-conscious about the fat under their chins and experience low self-esteem as a result. Gained weight, genetics, and aging play a role in developing fullness under the chin.
A healthy diet and constant exercise just aren’t enough for fat between the chin and neck to dissipate. But look no farther—there are ways to get rid of that double chin and feel confident in your profile again.
There’s been a lot of talk lately about the popularity of non-surgical cosmetic procedures and how more and more people are opting for them as they are often more affordable and have quicker recovery times than surgical procedures. But that doesn’t mean that cosmetic surgery, which has more permanence than a non-surgical cosmetic procedure, is a thing of the past. The important thing to remember is which procedure is best for what you want to do.
When it comes to facials, many people view them as a luxury. And no doubt, they certainly can feel luxurious. But when you consider all of the health benefits they provide, perhaps you might start to think of them as a necessity. Facials and other skin-care treatments can be a way to reduce the signs of aging.
The eyes have it, when it comes to the first signs of aging. The delicate skin surrounding our eyes develops wrinkles that we may be able to shrug off as “laugh lines,” but the skin can also sag, causing droopy eyes or bags under the eyes that belie or call more attention to our age than we would like.
While it’s still far more common for women to seek cosmetic procedures, there’s been a nearly 20 percent increase since 2010 in men requesting such procedures, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS). Botox injections are the most popularly requested procedures, the ASPS reports.
Sometimes, we want to improve ourselves, but we don’t necessarily want to go under the knife. Thankfully, there are many procedures that can improve our appearances, whether you’re looking to tighten the skin on your face, abdomen or legs; soften the lines on your face or body; or reduce scarring. Since these procedures use non-invasive techniques, there’s less downtime so you can show off your great new looks almost immediately!
Sometimes, despite the right diet and rigorous exercise, there are pockets of fat that never seem to go away. Your gender plays a large role in exactly where fat collects in your body. The problem area for men is the stomach, while women tend to store fat in their thighs and backside. Though diet and exercise are important, sometimes body fat is just plain persistent, refusing to leave these areas.