I have been plagued with acne scars since my teenage years. I've tried many types of treatment over the years, including the Fractional CO2 laser acne treatment multiple times (7 times to be exact!), but only saw very mild improvements.
My flat “Asian” nose has always been a bother. When applying makeup, I would make sure to spend extra time to contour the nose area to “give myself” a sharper nose. The thought of going for a nose job crossed my mind many times but I was afraid to undergo surgery.
I am writing this review to document my experience at Dr Edwin’s clinic for mole removal. Long story short, I am extremely happy with the results!
I am so excited to let you know about the latest aesthetic treatment I got! If you are an avid reader of my blog, you will notice that I love doing improvements on my face and body—all because I want to look youthful! Who doesn’t want that, right?
Botox is a medical procedure that is done to treat muscular problems. In cosmetic improvement, Botox was implemented to work in removing wrinkles by paralyzing the muscles in a certain area of the face temporarily.
Before there were laser, ultrasound and many other new non-invasive procedures for face lift and cosmetic improvement, surgical facelift was the clear choice when you would want to look 10 years younger. Surgical facelift is also known as Rhytidectomy.
Thanks to technology, skin care and rehabilitation procedures are now becoming less invasive, less painful and minimal to no down time, but promises a long term, younger looking skin effect.
For years, the procedure for face lifting has been reliant on facelift surgery. Although there are creams and injectables that work to make the skin firm and restore its tightness, it’s only a matter of time and a matter of facial skin drooping to ultimately decide that you need a facelift.