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Here are Some Tips to Consider Before Opting for Cosmetic Surgery

Some tips to notice before opting for cosmetic surgery

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New Delhi, Sep 14, 2017: Before opting for botox, natural fillers and other facial rejuvenation procedures, it is important to plan it all out and make some well informed choices, say experts.

Ravi K. Mahajan, cosmetic surgeon at Amandeep Hospital and Sachin Chavre, plastic surgeon at Fortis Hospital, have listed out few steps that should be taken before you go for the procedures:

* Finding the right expert: A good cosmetic surgery clinic will guide you with the help of qualified professionals and help you choose the right procedures, without going overboard.

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* Plan well ahead of time: You need to give your face and yourself at least six to eight weeks before you make your first appearance this wedding season. Whether it is a laser procedure, botox or filler that you need, don’t leave it to the last moment. It takes a couple of weeks or more for the procedure to give you optimal outcome.

* Treatments to consider: Dermabrasion, micro dermabrasion, facelift, eyelifts, laser skin resurfacing, photo rejuvenation, thermage, botox or filler, liposculpturing: and lip fillers.

* Carefully plan home skincare routine: Once you have gotten the procedure of your choice done, it becomes important to know about the after care for your skin. Take advice from your doctor and make sure that you exfoliate, moisturize and protect your skin from any infections by keeping it clean. (IANS)

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Summer-Proof Your Skin From Sins

Sirisha Singh of the Skin Center, a skin treatment consultancy, has shared six common sins which have the potential to spoil one's skin. Here's a dekko:

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The summer season is setting in and it’s time to keep a special check on your skin. Keep away from smoking and stress to maintain the glow on your face, suggests an expert.

Sirisha Singh of the Skin Center, a skin treatment consultancy, has shared six common sins which have the potential to spoil one’s skin. Here’s a dekko:

* Smoking: Nicotine intake not only damages, but has the potential to kill the skin. It causes thinning of blood vessels in the skin. Therefore, lesser amount of oxygen is available to the skin, and that affects the ability of the skin to renew and regenerate. Over a period of time, this hastens ageing of the skin. Many heavy smokers also suffer from “fag lines” which are lines that radiate out from the outer edge of the lips.

* Unprotected sun exposure: This comes a close second to nicotine in terms of skin sins. Cumulative exposure to ultra violet rays over the years, adds up to significant skin damage and adds years to the skin. The UV light causes pigmentation of the skin, damages the collagen (the elastic tissue) of the skin and in extreme cases, also has the potential to cause skin cancers.

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* Wearing make-up to bed: During the night, the skin rejuvenates itself. The temperature of the skin goes up a notch and the pores open up. Hence, it is vital to cleanse the skin at night to unplug the pores and use night creams or vitamin rich creams overnight as they penetrate better at night.

* Stress: Stress causes damage to almost all organs of the body, the skin being no exception. During stress, our body releases a hormone called cortisol. This reduces the blood supply to the skin and over a period of time, the skin may appear dull, sallow and may also develop acne.

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* Skipping sleep: The term “beauty sleep” is not a myth. It is based on scientific facts. During sleep, our body releases growth hormone. This hormone helps the skin to heal itself and adds a healthy glow.

* Unhealthy eating: During summers, the heat and UV rays cause significant oxidative damage to skin and other organs. Brightly coloured fruits and vegetables are rich in anti-oxidants, which help in combating this damage. If our intake of anti-oxidants in the diet is inadequate, there is extensive damage to cells which is manifested as accelerated ageing. (Bollywood Country)

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