Our skin is the largest organ in the body, doing many beneficial things, such as covering your internal organs, protecting from injury and germs, helping control body temperature, protecting from dangerous ultraviolet (UV) rays, and helping your body make vitamin D from exposure to the sun. In the Caribbean, the sun always seems to beRead More
Archives for December 2017
Having Plastic Surgery Safely in the Virgin Islands
Whenever you hear that someone has gone abroad to receive plastic surgery of any kind (tummy tucks, breast implants, facelift), I am sure you have cringed and questioned the intelligence of the overall idea. However, the stories you hear are mainly because those people flocked to another country without doing their research, and went withRead More
WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE A WOMAN PLASTIC SURGEON IN 2017?
Choosing Between Family and Career Many of the few females in the field of cosmetic surgery have recently shared what it is like to be a woman plastic surgeon. One of the main reasons so few women enter this field is that the training is grueling, requiring 4 years of college, 4 of medical school,Read More
I’m Not a Mommy: Should I Get a Mommy Makeover
The answer to this question is a resounding “yes”. You might not be a mom, but you still may want the pick-me-up that this bundle of cosmetic techniques and procedures can offer. Pregnancy and motherhood are not the only things that can cause wear and tear on a woman’s body. Gravity alone can be aRead More