There’s no such thing as the perfect body, and whether we like to admit it or not, plastic surgery taken to the extremes can cause more harm than good. And yet there’s nothing wrong with cosmetic surgery – surgical and non-surgical – provided that you don’t exaggerate.
The benefits of cosmetic surgery can ultimately be put into two categories, physical and emotional/mental. Though plastic surgery is predominantly sought to improve self-appearance (which is certainly seen as the primary benefit), there are many other benefits that plastic surgery can provide.
Did you know that a quarter of all plastic surgery is done on those aged over 55? In this blog our guest blogger describes the most common surgical procedures performed on those over 55 and helps with deciding whether it is really necessary go down this road.
As you age there will be additional wrinkles and crease lines. Some of these are connected with laughing, whilst some are because you have been frowning or worrying too much. As you age the skin loses its elasticity and is unable to spring back to its original shape as easily. There are now many products available on the market which can have the same effect on your skin without the need for surgery.
If you are looking for a solution to your skin issues or signs of aging, laser therapy may be just what you need.