Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Deep SKin Peeling Informations

The appearance of fine lines and wrinkles can be reduced temporarily by peeling off the outer layer of skin from the face. This makes the face red, raw and sore for a few days before new skin grows, but this new skin will appear to have fewer fine lines and wrinkles. Cosmetic surgeons use chemical skin peels such as strong acids, or physical skin peels such as dermabrasion or laser planing.

Originally, phenol-based skin peelers were used to dissolve the outer layer of skin cells, but this is a highly corrosive and unreliable technique and has been superceded by the use of tricoloroacetic acid. This chemicals are far more corrosive than any skin peel exfoliant that you can buy over the counter or use in a salon, and they burn more deeper into the skin. Results are generally good, but there are some horror stories of permanent disfigurement and eye damaged.

Dermabrasion involves a tiny, high speed, rotating abrasive pad which is used to skim off the outer layer of skin cells in the same way that a large sanding disk is used to smooth wooden floors. Technology moves very quickly and dermabrasion is rapidly being replaced by laser planing, in which a powerful laser bean burns off the oute layer of skin cells. Result are generally good and the time of writing, there have been no headline of bad effects of dermabrasion.
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Thursday, September 25, 2008

Liposuction Process

Liposuction or Microsuction also know as suction lipectomry or vacuum-assisted lipectomy is a surgical procedure done by a cosmetic surgeon to remove excess body fat or lipids. This is to improve the contours of the body. It is usually done under general anesthetic and a small incision in the skin where the scar can be hidden in the natural fold of the skin.

A hallow stainless steel tube is then inserted into the fatty layer of the skin and suction is used to remove unwanted fats. It is the same way as the vacuum cleaner picks up dust. It is a normal practice to treat both sides of the body during the operation. After the surgery, there is usually some swelling, bruising an soreness. The fat will accumulate if you start over eating again. So it is advisable to keep good healthy diet and regular exercise after the recovery.
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Monday, September 22, 2008

Aromatherapy For Stress Related Ailments

Aromatherapy is a branch of Alternative medicine used to treat a wide range of ailments by massaging essential oils onto the skin. Aromatherapists offer treatments for coughs, colds, burns, headaches, insomia, viral, bacterial and fungal infections, fatigue, psoriasis and aczema.

Mental and emotional disorders are also treated but, as with all branches of alternatives medicine, most of the claims are unscientific and little or no clinical evidence is available to support them. The medical profession does, however, agree that aromatherapy sessions are extremely relaxing and can be successfully treat stress-related ailments and psychosomatic illness.
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Wednesday, September 17, 2008

CRT To Improve Fine Lines and Wrinkles

CRT or Collagen Replcement Therapy is the simpliest ans least invasive of the procedures available for the reduction of fine lines and wrinkles.

As we age, the network of collagen fibers gradually weaken and become damaged through the constant stretching of the skin, exposure to untraviolent radiation, cigarette smoke and injury. Everytime we smile, frown or squint, we put stress on the collagen in our facial skin and weaken it further. Over the years collagen is damaged and lost from our skin, making it less elastic. The creases that appear when we smile n longer vanish when we cease smiling and we stop squinting, the crow's feet in the corners of our eyes stay with us.

CRT restores the levels of collagen and improves the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. It can be used to disguise pock marks, minor scars and unwanted dimples.
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Thursday, September 11, 2008

Causes Of Cancer

The cause of many cancers is still unknown but there are many factors known as carcinogens, which can increase the risk of developing the disease. Cancer usually develops after a long term, low level exposure to the carcinogen.

There are many different types of carcinogen. Chemical carcinogens are chemicals that cause cancer. A notorious example is cigarette smoke which contains tar rich in polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. Benzene vapor, present in unleaded petrol, is also known as carcinogen. Physical carcinogens include such things as asbestos dust, ultraviolet rays from sunlight, X-rays and other forms od radiation. Some viruses have been linked to cancer. These are rare and are called biological carcinogens.

Many chemicals are cancer suspects which means that animal experiments may have resulted in cancer but the evidense linking the cancer to that chemical is currently uncertain.
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Monday, September 8, 2008

Eye Whitening Drops Can Cause More Problem

Eye whitener drops that are available over the counter reduce the red appearance or tired, bloodshot eyes by narrowing the tiny blood vessels that cover the surface of the eyes. When the medication wears off, the blood vessels dilate again, but all too often they become larger and redder than they were before the treatment. The natural response is to use more of the whitening drops and before you know it you are locked into a cycle of using these products habitually. These products should be restricted to occasional use only, and should not be used as a routine cosmetic.

Eyes commonly become red through tiredness, allergy, cold winds or dryness cause by environmental conditions and as a result of injury or infection. The redness may be nature's way of warning us of a more serious condition that requires medical treatment. Eye whitening drops will remove the redness but they will not treat the underlying cause of the problem. Delaying essential medical treatment by masking the symptoms may allow the condition to worsen.
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Saturday, September 6, 2008

Harrasing Calls Can Cause Stress

It can be stressful if somebody keeps calling you and will hang up after you pick up the phone. If this happens several times within the day can be frustrating and can cause stress to some people. How much more if you have been getting harrasing calls from unknown phone numbers or have you missed a call and don't want to call back because you don't know who it is? The reverse phone lookup service can help you on this situation.

Reverse phone search database includes millions of cell phone numbers and landline telephones within the United States and Canada. You can also lookup missed calls from unknown phone numbers or an unknown number that appeared in your phone bill. All the lookups are 100% confidential.

Don't be stress with those unknown callers. Visit Caller Base.com and use the search box to do a quick and easy reverse phone search. Their information is constantly updated and accurate.
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Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Factors To Consider Before Nose Reduction

In nose surgery, the functional aspects of the nose must be considered. The flow of air though the nose may be unsatisfactory prior to the surgery due to the development or to previous injuries such as broken nose. There may also be a reduced airflow due to allergies and chronic inflammation and this will not be cured by the surgery. In cocaine users, the wall running down the centre of the inside of the nose may develop a hole or perforation. At extreme cases, the nose may collapse due to loss of support from the septum. These are other illnesses which may cause problems with the function of the nose. These needs to be discussed with the cosmetic surgeon, diagnosed and treated if possible before the cosmetic surgery.

Nose surgery can improve the flow of the air, but in reducing the size of the nose, the flow of the air may be reduced. Some measures may need to be taken to imporve this issues. The nose may appear nearly straight, but a twist or bend in septum, may become more apparent as the bridegs of the nose is reduced. Making a crooked nose prefectly straight is exceedingly difficult although much can be done to improve the alignment of the nasal architecture.

Patients who want their noses to be rduced beyond what they likely compatible with, when it is slightly or completely crooked prior to the surgery, should likely not to undergo surgery.
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