For most men, those last 15 or so pounds around the waist are the hardest to loose. While women store extra fat around the hips, buttocks, and thighs, men often develop annoying “love handles” that remain, even with regular workouts at the gym. Following are three options, from most invasive to least.
Are you one of more than 9 million women a year in the U.S. who are contemplating cosmetic procedures? Serious surgeries like liposuction, breast surgery, and body contouring require the same meticulous surgical skills you would expect from a heart surgeon or the doctor who is setting a compound fracture. Even less complex procedures like laser hair removal or chemical peels require skilled and highly trained staff. Yet, many states allow any medical doctor to perform or supervise cosmetic procedures. Unfortunately, this lax area of legislation has led to unqualified doctors performing plastic surgery procedures with disastrous results.
Most of us focus on our face and body for procedures to stay youthful, but as the saying goes, the hands always give away our true age. As we get older, the skin on our hands thins, causing veins to become more prominent and liver spots to appear. Since we can’t use make-up to disguise these signs of aging as we do on the face, it isn’t surprising that the latest cosmetic trend is anti-aging hand procedures.