Considering cosmetic surgery? – choosing the right surgeon is the most important step in ensuring you have a good experience and outcome. So take some time and research well.
It may surprise you, but many people offering cosmetic surgery are not qualified plastic surgeons, and some may not even be doctors.
So check their credentials, to ensure they have fully accredited plastic surgery training.
Surgical skills improve with experience, so more the experience, the better.
Does the surgeon have practicing rights at a reputable hospital?
Did you get enough time during consultation to ask questions and discuss the pros and cons of the procedure?
Is the clinic easily accessible and are the staff friendly?
Choose well and keep yourself beautiful and safe!
Add an egg to your salad to make it more healthy!
A salad makes a healthy and tasty meal. Adding fruits and vegetables of different colours to the salad, provides a wide range of nutrients to your body.
Research has shown that adding an oily dressing or an egg to your salad, increases the amount of nutrients absorbed by your body.
Nutrients such as carotenoids, found in tomatoes and carrots, are fat soluble, therefore more likely to be absorbed when taken with fatty food (oil, egg yolk).
Olive oil is a good salad dressing, as only a small amount is needed to achieve a carotenoid boosting effect, thus keeping the fat content of the meal low.
Adding an egg improves the taste and also adds the protein content to the salad.
Good news for the anti-ageing enthusiasts!
‘The anti-ageing cream that goes much further than skin deep’ - published in Sunday Telegraph in UK on 30th November by their science editor Sarah Knapton.
This new cream, created using the latest technology developed by British scientists, is personalized to one’s DNA. This enables the cream to deliver the right amount of collagen and antioxidants to reduce the appearance of wrinkles. This is done by using a new microchip that can analyse a person’s genetic code within 30 minutes.
This is available at Geneu’s New Bond Street clinic in central London. At 600 pounds for a four-week course, it is probably out of reach of most ordinary people. We hope that with time, as the technology develops, the prices will become more affordable.