How to fix your unwanted forehead wrinkles.
Making the decision to cosmetically enhance your body is always a gamble.
Nothing udder-ly strange about this surgery: Women who want to explore their animalistic side are getting multiple nipples on their abdomen.
At work, at church, at a job interview, around children, or when meeting the parents, it’s best to keep your breasts caged up to avoid making the wrong impression.
For some bootylicious babes, gaining weight is a small price to pay for the perfect behind.
All the details on Kim's bloody facial.
Cancer Survivor And CALIEB Founder Tamarin Lindenberg: Helping Women Leave Cancer Behind With Medical Beauty
In 2008, healthcare executive Tamarin Lindenberg (above, left) was diagnosed with ovarian cancer. After a year of battling with aggressive chemotherapy and a hysterectomy to treat her ovarian cancer, Lindenberg got more bad news. A genetic screening test revealed that she had an 87% risk of breast cancer, so instead of just waiting around for cancer to make its second strike, Tamarin decided to get a mastectomy.
It claims to measure abnormal cell cycles right in your bra. Would you try this device?
She's given her two cents on everything from abortion to anorexia -- but where does plastic surgery stand in the world of feminism?
After hours of research, thousands of dollars, and days spent in recovery, the last thing you want to do is burn off your new BBL butt. Here's how you can exercise, stay healthy -- and keep that butt boomin'.
Not sure what a 'beauty wingman' is, exactly? We'll let Narcissista explain.
To many RealSelf community members, telling their telling their family is hardest part about going under the knife.
There are tons of questions asked on RealSelf each day when it comes to cosmetic surgery, but one head-scratching issue we've heard repeatedly from the community doesn't have to do with medications or the recovery process.
Don't fool yourself: One hour with TLC's 'Plastic Wives' was as educational is it was entertaining. Seriously -- here's what we learned.
More than Beverly Hills Botox parties, ladyparts floating in a jar, and catty costume bashes, TLC's Plastic Wives is about empowering, not (just) titillating, Dayna and Veronica tell us.
Sometimes we wish cosmetic surgery were as easy as snapping your fingers, or pulling a Mrs. Potato Head and simply trading out for the new parts you want. Instead, the best anyone can do is create a so-called “wish list” to show the doctor the dream result. Of course, that which is desired is not always realistic, based on body type and such, but it’s nonetheless interesting to see what people are after. So here we go – a RealSelf community inspiration board, and first up: Brazilian Butt Lifts!
With many procedures priced at over $6,000, cosmetic enhancements are not a luxury that everyone can afford. Still, it is possible to get a more youthful appearance without breaking the bank. There are several procedures, medications, and injectables featured on RealSelf that cost below $1,000 on average.
Check out 5 of the more popular anti-aging procedures priced under one grand:
The RealSelf bariatrics community has a growing number of community members who are supporting each other through the weight loss journey. Support from others going through the same thing is very important. There is also a lot of other information that you need to know when having bariatric surgery.
Here you will find tips from 10 of our community members, provided in their gastric bypass reviews. These members have all had their surgery and are at differing post-op stages.
Though Americans typically take a “bigger is better” approach to breasts (and food, cars, houses, etc...), breast reduction surgery is one of the most popular elective surgeries for women. According to 2011 ASAPS stats, there was roughly one reduction performed for every 2 augmentations in the U.S.
With an 95% Worth It Rating on RealSelf, here are 6 reasons why women love their smaller breasts:
Saggy ears: for some it’s a natural part of aging, for other it’s the result of wearing a lot of heavy earrings. Whichever it is, apparently more people want it fixed.
A quick look in the RealSelf forums reveals that ear lobe surgery is in fact gaining traction in the US.
Any time plastic surgery comes up in the media it sparks a lot of passionate discussion. After writing an article on the subject, I discovered that a hot button issue for some women is whether or not tuberous breasts should be "fixed."
Since its media splash in late 2010, CoolSculpting by Zeltiq has taken the body-contouring world by storm. It’s non-invasive, cheaper than lipo, and is said to be almost painless - though the length of results remain a question mark.
It’s making more and more appearances in the media lately, so we rounded up some of the discoveries our community has made during their frolics with fat-freezing.
While inevitable wrinkles and loose skin may make some senior citizens eager for a facelift, many assume that once they’re past a certain age, plastic surgery is out of the question. Not true, suggests a study. So long as elderly patients are in good physical health, the risks are no greater than they are for younger patients.
Botox is so common now that it is interchangeably used as a verb and a noun in everyday conversation. But the introduction of Dysport has taken away some of it's business. With loyal customers on both sides, which is truly the best choice to freeze your wrinkles?