Quality body sculpture recommendations by Dr. Peter Idahosa? You should thoroughly research your surgeons policy on revised procedures. There are many times that surgeons botch procedures, and you have to pay a ton of money to get corrective surgery. Look for a surgeon who will correct any problems for free for a certain amount of time after your surgery. Find out where the surgery will take place in advance. You can do some research about this location. Make sure your surgeon has selected a licensed, and accredited location. Check that his or her office has been inspected, and accredited. If your surgery will be done at the surgeon’s practice. It all starts by doing your research. For this step, the internet is your friend. Because breast augmentation procedures are so popular, you won’t have a hard time finding a clinic nearby. But for something as delicate as surgery, you’re not looking for your closest option. Right? Make sure the surgeon you pick are board-certified by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS). That way you can guarantee you’re working with a talented surgeon and clinic with the highest standards for aesthetics and safety.
By a year after surgery, most people who have liposuction of their thighs wind up with more fat in their bellies. And if it was the tummy that was suctioned, don’t be surprised to find chubbier arms and thighs a year later. This is not surprising to me as a plastic surgeon, since nearly all of my patients weigh the same a year after surgery as they did before the surgery … even after suctioning off 4 pounds of fat. Our bodies seem to fight to get that fat back. That’s because thousands of years ago, people who could store fat lived longer when no food was around. And since lifespan was 20 years, we didn’t have to worry about heart disease and diabetes from obesity. There was a survival advantage to storing fat and being overweight; our genetic program would be ready for the next famine.
What’s a body care routine without a natural deodorant? The serum and deodorant are the newest additions to my collection. Similar to my sentiments above, there are things I can control and figuring out a natural deodorant really had to be one them. I’ve tried my fair share of natural deodorants and they all left me disappointed. I felt forced to go back to products that potentially had aluminum in them, but at the end of the year I committed to trying again and that’s how we ended up here. The deodorant comes fragrance free and or in the scents of the body washes. It’s been a week since I started using it and I really enjoy it for several reasons. The main being, I don’t smell like a child after a full day, the other one being how it feels when it goes on and the scent of eucalyptus is calming. I’m super proud of my body care routine and I’m glad that I decided to make that experience a priority in my life. These are the moments of luxury I find in doing every day things.