Flawless skin takes more than good genes – you need to work for it. Because everyone’s complexion is unique to them, a beauty regime that works for your friend might not work for you. But there are some things that never change, no matter your skin type.
Beauty treatments are supposed to improve your appearance in the safest, most comfortable way possible – nothing feels better than a facial or sitting back in a pedicure chair to have your feet buffed. But some of these seemingly harmless treatments can pose some serious danger if performed by an unlicensed practitioner. Here are three shockingly dangerous beauty treatments, along with a few alternative ways to stay healthy and beautiful.
For many people, the mere thought of surgery is a terrifying affair. But new cosmetic treatments – many of them non-surgical – mean more options than ever for those who aren’t completely happy with their bodies. Here are some of the latest and most effective procedures to unlock the best version of your body.
Believe it or not, even celebrities have skin problems from time to time.
It seems that they live the perfect life, all perfectly manicured nails and classy outfits. Ever wondered how they keep their skin looking flawless, even after walking hundreds of red carpets?
As our skin ages, it undergoes different stages of ageing. Skeptics claim that aging is an inevitable part of life, but lately, the spotlight on an unbelievably youthful 43-year old Taiwanese woman and a hunky 50-year old Singaporean photographer who looks 20 years younger than his actual age has set pulses racing, and forced us to rethink what to expect when one ages. Obviously, there are some who have managed to dodged the aging bullet successfully.
We want to find out what are the most effective fixes that hit the bullseye when it comes to reversing signs of ageing in our skin.
The cheeks are an important part of our face, forming the midface: the area below the eyes, and above the mouth. The cheekbones frame the cheeks, while the surrounding fat pads give volume and plumpness.
Plump and high cheeks have long been a sign of youth and femininity. Unfortunately, women start to lose volume in their cheeks as early as their mid-twenties. The cheeks begin to deflate, and the area under the eyes look tired as support is lost. How do you prevent this from happening? Read on!
Infinity V-Lift is the latest non-surgical facelift, engaging the lifting prowess of 100% bio-absorbable threads that stimulate collagen synthesis as they dissolve.
Not only are they able to lift sagging skin, but can also contour and shape the lower face, achieving the V-shaped jaw we all desire. The so-called “inverted triangle of youth” is precisely because of this lower face V-shape effect. A slim, lifted and shapely lower face boosts the beauty factor immensely. If you’re curious about the procedure, read on to find out more! Continue reading