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The vast growth in the popularity of non-surgical cosmetic procedures should come as little surprise. Not only does the patient avoid the invasiveness of going under the knife, but they typically pay less and recover more quickly. That being said, proponents of more traditional procedures argue for their greater permanence and lower maintenance.
Whichever way you look at it, what can’t be denied is that for almost every area where cosmetic surgery once prevailed, there is now a non-surgical counter-point available. And with this in mind, Loanable take a look at the most current, popular and futuristic of these - and we provide an average cost guide for both the US and the UK markets.
The 5 most important things to consider before and after non-cosmetic procedures
Stick to what suits you
Alas, this is where many people fall down. By insisting upon lips to mimic Angelina Jolie’s, people will almost invariably look like they’ve been struck in the face by a baseball bat. And yet, they remain undeterred. One must face up to the fact that only certain, measured procedures are likely to suit one’s face and body. It you try and make yourself a greatest hits compilation of celebrities’ and models’ features, it will not end well. You will look like a scary confection of un-belonging parts.
Be clear about how your “new look” will look
Thankfully, we are in the age of the 3D print out which assists considerably in showing people how rhinoplasty procedures, in particular, will look on them. And we can expect the increasing involvement of 3D print outs in predicting the outcome of other types of procedures as well. Which means this once expensive but value predictive tool will become more readily available as it falls in price.
Research. Then research some more
This really ought to go without saying, but people are still lured by the false economy of seeking out cost-cutting procedures. Yet this is an area above perhaps all others where you don’t want to confuse cheapness wit value. The effects of poorly-executed procedures can be traumatic and long lasting. Thankfully, the internet means you should be able to scrupulously research the track record of anyone who will be performing a procedure on you. Visit resources such as www.realself.com for extensive independent reviews.
Again, it may sound obvious but people can be so blinded by what they consider to be the path to beauty that they saddle themselves with more debt than they can afford. While many clinics offer re-payment plans over a period of time, be satisfied you can meet them without putting an undue strain on other areas of your outgoings. And if you’re thinking of splurging on full a full body and face overhaul, it’s probably your mind and not your features that are in need of attendance.
Protect what you’ve paid for
You may now have a part of your body which you feel is looking better than ever. But you have to be prepared to put in the hard yards to stay looking good. So as well as exercise and a good diet, you might want to consider a programme of vitamin supplements of the kind that www.womansday.com recommend. It’s also worth remembering that you shouldn’t mistake whatever you’ve have done as an indicator of underlying health.