It’s odd to think that surgery to make aesthetic changes to your nose could lead to a different type of nasal problem. But, in certain cases, rhinoplasty can cause nasal valve collapse. That can lead to breathing difficulties. While that may be disappointing, we can fully restore your ability to breathe normally and comfortably.
One of the many benefits of laser hair removal is that it is not painful. Most men and women that choose this procedure say that, when the laser is working, it feels something like being snapped with a rubber band. Now, you wouldn’t go around asking people to snap you with a rubber band, but let’s be honest – it doesn’t really hurt. What’s truly painful is all that rigmarole you’re going through now to get rid of unwanted or excessive hair:
Just because you want to change the way your nose looks does not necessarily mean you need a full nose job. Perhaps it’s only the tip that is the problem, even if the overall appearance seems “off” to you. If so, tip refinement rhinoplasty may all you need to achieve your desired changes.
If you look great in a mustache or beard, facial hair is a good thing. But for most of us, especially women, facial hair is not wanted. And getting rid of it is a constant chore. Isn’t there a better way? Here’s what you need to know about facial hair removal. (Hint: there is no “miracle cure,” but laser hair removal far exceeds the effectiveness of other methods.) Unwanted facial hair can be an aesthetic problem anywhere on the face, typically the eyebrows, cheeks, sideburns, chin, upper lip, and earlobes. There are numerous methods of removing hair, some you can do yourself at home and others that require visiting a salon or medical aesthetic clinic.
One of the most frustrating skin conditions for men and women is acne scars. Fortunately, there are several different types of treatments available to reduce visible scarring and give your skin a more even tone and smoother texture. One of the most popular options is laser resurfacing.
We all deal with nasal congestion at some point. We get a cold, or we have seasonal allergies, and that makes it difficult to breathe. For some people, however, difficulty breathing is a daily occurrence, thanks to physical abnormalities inside their nose. Nasal valve collapse is a common breathing disorder that can result in severe congestion, snoring, and mouth breathing.
Unhappy with the appearance of your nose, yet not convinced you want facial surgery? It’s a big step, and a serious decision. Rhinoplasty, like all surgical procedures, comes with risks and significant cost. Plus, you’ll have to budget substantial downtime for recovery. However, if the changes you want to make are relatively minor, you may have a non-surgical alternative.
An overwhelming percentage of RealSelf users (94%) say they think laser hair removal is “WORTH IT!” Well, no kidding. Women and men both love laser hair removal because they can finally get rid of excessive or unwanted hair – long term. And there is no downtime following the treatments.
Do people say you look tired? Or think you’re scowling when you really are not? Maybe you scowl for real when you look in the mirror and see the wrinkles that are appearing on your forehead and between your eyebrows. Sounds like it’s time for a brow lift. But that doesn’t necessarily mean surgery. Botox could be all you need to smooth that brow.
Women aren’t the only ones who get sick and tired of shaving or waxing unwanted hair, right guys? It’s tiresome, it’s expensive over time, and it’s endless. And waxing hurts! No wonder men are catching on to the versatility and value of laser hair removal. In fact, this treatment is second only to Botox when it comes to minimally-invasive procedures most popular with men.