For many actors and entertainers, "image is everything..." and hair loss, hair thinning, eyebrow loss or weak eyelashes are simply unacceptable. Whether you are a man or women, and are experiencing hair loss from advancing age, medications, poor health and nutrition there is help for you out there.
Even celebrities like Tiger Woods, Rafael Nadal, Kobe Bryant, Kim Kardashian and Angelina Jolie have reportedly used their own blood as a cutting-edge non-surgical regenerative medical treatment.
Hollywood secrets for hair loss?
Today on Lifetime TV's "The Balancing Act" Dr. Alan J. Bauman, Medical Director of Bauman Medical Group shared the cutting-edge options he uses to help his patients achieve "star-quality" hair. There are many causes of hair loss from heredity to poor nutrition. Dr. Bauman has the latest technology for getting down to the root cause of a patients hair loss. From there a treatment can be determined.
Powerful medical hair loss treatments, sophisticated hair thickening products as well as comfortable, undetectable hair transplant procedures are available for those who seek out these medical and cosmetic breakthroughs.
An Increasing Number of Hispanic Woman Getting Cosmetic Surgery
Known for their creamy caramel complexions, fine features and sexy confidence, more and more latina women are wanting a little nip and tuck.
The American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (AAFPRS), recently surveyed and found that Hispanic women are heading into facial plastic surgeon's offices in increasing numbers looking for a tweak.
Reportedly, 33% of AAFPRS members noticed an increase in hispanic patients in 2012, accounting for a 12% overall increase since the previous year. Rhinoplasty was by far at the top of the list of their most requested procedures (65%), with facelifts and blepharoplasty coming in second and third respectively.
Even Hispanic mother/daughter pairs and sister/sister pairs are getting in the game which touches upon another recent trend, which identifies a strong woman-to-woman bond associated with going to a facial plastic surgeon. The AAFPRS reports a 16% increase in mother/daughter procedures and a 12% increase in sister/sister procedures
A New Solution for Cellulite?
Studies suggest more than 85% of women have cellulite and everyone knows it can be difficult to treat. Sciton recently introduced CelluSmooth, a new laser module featuring M3 technology. This new, minimally invasive laser treatment targets lumpy and dimpled skin and reportedly provides long-lasting results. The company claims CelluSmooth delivers results in as little as one month and patients can return to everyday activities almost immediately.