What Cosmetic Surgery Can Do For You…
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Some people are born with a physical feature that is less than complimentary: a birthmark, an oversized nose, protruding ears. Others find the signs of aging unflattering: facial wrinkles, a protruding tummy, sagging breasts.Years ago, there were only two things you could do about it: try to hide it, or learn to live with it.
Fortunately, that is no longer the case. Today, imperfections can be corrected or dramatically improved through safe, affordable surgery.
Whether you want to enhance your jaw line, rejuvenate those tired-looking eyes or eliminate stubborn fatty areas, cosmetic surgery can help. The truth is, almost all of us have some physical feature we would like to change.
Psychology Today reports that 60 million Americans don’t like their nose, 30 million dislike their chin, and 6 million are unhappy with their eyes.
Women have long felt pressured to look beautiful. But in more recent years, men, too, have become aware of the growing demands in our highly youth-oriented society. Both sexes are finding the marketplace increasingly competitive.
Like it or not, the reality is, you may be passed up for a promotion if you don’t look like you’re up to the challenge, and getting a new job is often based largely on that first impression. As a result, more and more men and women are doing something about it.
Taking The First Step:
Cosmetic surgery won’t take 20 years off your life. It can, however, help you look very good for your age. Changes today are more natural looking, longer lasting, and made in such a way as to compliment your other features.The end result is not a totally new look, but rather a more youthful, refreshed, alert appearance.
Enhance your self-image:
Think about how you felt the last time you walked into a crowded room sporting a sensational new outfit or haircut. If you’re like most people, you probably felt really good inside and more sure of yourself.
Not surprisingly, studies have shown that when you look your best, you feel better about yourself. Your self-image is positive, and your self-confidence is high.
Cosmetic surgery can help you feel this way, too, and even more so. Unlike the confidence you acquire from updating your wardrobe or getting a new haircut, the boost you experience from cosmetic surgery doesn’t fade over the coming weeks. It stays with you.
Deciding to have cosmetic surgery is not prompted by vanity, but by the desire to achieve more of your potential in both your personal and your professional life through greater self-image.
Motivate you to adopt a healthier lifestyle…
If you’ve ever gone on a diet, or talked with someone who has, you probably know that the biggest problem in trying to lose weight is just getting started.
Once that first 10 pounds disappear, weight loss typically becomes easier.That’s because results no matter how slight motivate us to achieve additional results.
The same theory holds true when talking about cosmetic surgery.
Oversized breasts or excess tummy skin, for example, can make it physically difficult to move about freely, let alone run or play tennis. Mentally, they may reason that since no amount of effort is going to improve the appearance of their breasts, why bother trying to get in shape elsewhere.
Only after surgery to remove the excess skin and fat can patients go on to enjoy the physical andpsychological benefits of exercise. Similarly, persons who have a facelift or chemical peel often avoid future damaging sun exposure to preserve their healthier-looking, more youthful appearance.
Whether it’s smoking, overeating, sunbathing or not exercising, poor lifestyle habits are hard to break.
But pleasing results from cosmetic surgery can be just the motivation you need to succeed.
With Your Beauty In Mind,