flabby skin

Losing large amounts of weight can leave a person with flabby, loose skin, especially if they undergo rapid weight loss. Reduced collagen and elastin in the dermis may also contribute to flabby, loose skin. Common areas of loose skin post weight loss are eyelids, jowls, chin, throat, upper arms, and stomach. Firm skin in young people can stretch and retract…

Nose plastic surgery

A nose job is a procedure carried out on the nose to change its shape, size, improve its function, or enhance the nose's appearance. The results are permanent. The procedure can be performed for medical reasons, such as to correct breathing problems, disfigurement resulting from trauma, or congenital abnormalities. It also can be done for cosmetic reasons, which will modify…

Hooded eyelid

Hooded eyelid is a facial feature in which there appears excess skin and fat muscles under the eyebrow. They are also referred to as droopy eyelids. Hooded eyelids surgeries remove the excess skin and fat tissue from the levator muscles on the eyelids.  Eyelid surgeries include both invasive and non-invasive procedures. A hooded eyelid surgery gives you a welcoming aesthetic…

Nasal cartilage

A lot of things occur under the surface of the nose. The bone and cartilage give the nose most of its size and shape. Various other structures inside and behind the nose help you breathe. To be precise, the bone supports the nose bridge, the upper cartilage supports the side of the nose, and the lower cartilage adds support, width,…

Contouring is an artistic creation of illusions to sculpt facial and body features. Honestly, nobody is perfect in all aspects. We may get away with chubby cheeks with a little blush, but it is not easy to hide an extra-long or a blunt nose. However, creating a shadow effect around the nose can help bring out the best of its…

Some people may have deformed or shortened fingers and toes or relatively smaller hands and feet. One such deformity affecting the hands and feet is brachydactyly. Most people having brachydactyly may not experience any symptoms and hardly know that they have this condition. In some people, the deformities may be severe and may experience hindrance to everyday living. Brachydactyly is…

lipodissolve

Lipodissolve is one of many non-invasive treatments used to melt down fat in certain parts of the body. It is intended to treat areas with small amounts of fat, such as double chin, jaw, jowls, arms, abdomen, hips, and thighs. The Lipodissolve procedure is not FDA approved, and it is illegal in the United States to use or import phosphatidylcholine…

There are several reasons why breathing can be difficult. Various factors such as allergies, sinus infections, colds, or environmental factors can cause breathing difficulties, including the abnormal structure of the nose, such as deviated septum. Another prevalent cause of breathing issues is the collapse of the nasal valve. It can develop in various ways, and the main symptoms are nasal…

back acne

Acne is a commonly occurring skin condition and can occur anywhere on the body, including the back. Back acne is usually caused by the build-up of excess oil, sweat, and dead skin cells. Acne can occur at any age for various reasons, including daily habits, genetics, medications, hormones, sweat, stress, etc. Most people get acne during adolescence, and for some…

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