face lift

With great reluctance I now accept what seems obvious all along; my drooping, dangling stomach is here to stay.
I don't think this is a bad thing. I believe that if you've always had a big nose and hated being taunted for it, there was nothing wrong with having it adjusted to make you feel better about yourself. If you have "Obama" ears, and they bother you, get them fixed, and if you have wrinkles, and you don't like looking old, get a face lift.
New research might just debunk a commonly held belief about the promise of plastic surgery.
I was reading an article on Louise Cady-Fernandes' blog, Lines of Beauty, about this week's fascinating TIME magazine piece, Nip. Tuck. Or Else: Why You'll be Getting Cosmetic Procedures Even If You Don't Really Want To. Everything from the cover photo to the subtitle had all my jingly flesh up in arms.
Actress Julia Roberts is opening up to Britain’s You magazine about the pressure women in Hollywood face to look young.
When you feel your freedom now and choose to express yourself to your authentic bone, you have truly mastered success.
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There has been a recent buzz in the media about "revenge cosmetic surgery" after divorce...
In the face of nose-diving portfolios and little disposable income to go around, should ridding the face of wrinkles really be a priority? For that matter, should it ever be a priority?
"Discover the new you." "A procedure so natural that even your friends won't know. Instead they will probably say things