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I'm Not a Mommy: Should I Get a Mommy Makeover

I'm Not a Mommy: Should I Get a Mommy Makeover

by Natalie (SU)
Your best friend calls you and is so excited she can hardly get the news out to you. No, she’s not pregnant. She’s already done that (twice), and has two beautiful children to show for it. The reason for her excitement is she just came back from the doctor’s office where she has scheduled her “mommy makeover”. You’re absolutely thrilled for her. You know how hard she works to keep her body in shape. You know because you’re right there with her, watching what you eat, going to the gym, and staying active. You acknowledge that motherhood takes it toll. Handling two young children while juggling the rest of her life isn’t easy. Sometimes she looks a little tired, her skin a little dull. She deserves to do this because you love your friend and you want her to feel comfortable with her body – to get that boost of confidence a makeover will offer her. Then you think, wait, I don’t have children. I work hard to stay fit and look fresh also, but I could really use a lift too! Yet, I’m not a mommy. So, Can I get a mommy makeover?

Unveiling Your Inner Beauty: A Mommy Makeover Approach

Unveiling Your Inner Beauty: A Mommy Makeover Approach

by Natalie (SU)
Carrying a baby and giving birth are among the most intense and rewarding of life’s experiences. Nothing can quite prepare you for the moment you become responsible for a tiny human being who loves you and needs you like no one else. It’s understandable if your appearance is not a priority for a while, but when you do get a good look at your body, you may have a hard time seeing how beautiful you really are. While diet and exercise can get your comeback started, a little help from a board-certified plastic surgeon can get you over the finish line looking good.

Female Plastic Surgeons: A Brief History

Female Plastic Surgeons: A Brief History

by Natalie (SU)
The science of plastic surgery traces its roots all the way back to ancient Egypt, and hundreds of years B.C. in India. Plastic surgery includes elective, reconstructive, and cosmetic procedures for a variety of reasons. The overwhelming majority of plastic surgery patients are women, yet did you there are very few female plastic surgeons?