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A Sample Study of the Stages of the Facial Rejuvenation Process

Oct 20, 2017 10:30:00 AM Posted by: Mr. Fuan Chan

When it comes to cosmetic surgery and treatments to enhance your natural look, the days of ‘one size’ fits all are gone. Or rather they should be. Any good practitioner will look at you as a person and as an individual. Any procedures or treatment should be, in a way, customised for you. We are all unique and to address one aspect of the face is to include all of them, so that the results work in harmony with the overall appearance. If the procedure is to be successful, you need a surgeon with an experienced hand and an artful eye.

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Caring For Your Complexion In Your 30s

Aug 22, 2017 10:30:00 AM Posted by: Mr. Fuan Chan

Chance are, even if you have good skin, by the time you get into your 30s, you’ll be starting to see some small signs of ageing. It could be a dulling of that fresh glow your skin had when you were younger, or perhaps your skin is not as smooth or even toned as before. Then of course there may the beginnings of lines and wrinkles, which are a natural result of living our lives. Our faces make thousands of expressions every day, they move when we talk, yawn, eat, laugh, frown and smile – so it’s no surprise that certain areas begin to show a little wear and tear at this age.

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UV Rays And The Signs Of Ageing On Your Skin

Aug 11, 2017 10:30:00 AM Posted by: Mr. Fuan Chan

If you ask any skincare or medical professional about the one thing you should do to keep your skin looking healthy, most would say: ‘Protect it from the sun.’ The sun is essential for life but it can also be one of our biggest enemies when it comes to the skin. The sun’s UV rays can be responsible for skin cancer, which is a very common problem in Ireland (you can read more about it here) but it is also responsible for so many aspects of skin ageing.

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