News / UK and world by Press Association April 2, 2019, 1:18 pm Send us a story Sign up to our Daily newsletter A non-surgical nose job could soon be a reality thanks to a technique that uses tiny needles, electric current and 3D-printed moulds to reshape living tissue. The process promises to revolutionise cosmetic surgery, which often involves long recovery times and can lead to scarring. Dr Michael Hill, from Occidental College in the US, said: “We envision this new technique as a low-cost office procedure done under local anaesthesia. “The whole process would take about five minutes.” Cartilage is made up of tiny rigid fibres, loosely woven together in a structure resembling spaghetti. Tissue containing a greater density of electrically charged molecules is stiffer than that with a lower “charge density”, the scientists found. Dr Hill’s team discovered that passing current through cartilage made the tissue more malleable. … [Read more...] about Non-surgical nose jobs could be on the horizon
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PUBLISHED: 15:14 04 February 2011 Emma Lee learns how to make her own signature scent with Dale Evans of the Perfume Studio at Hethersett ARCHANT NORFOLK PHOTOGRAPHIC Â© 2011 From Beyonce to Britney and Jennifer Aniston to, errr, Josie from Big Brother, anyone who is anyone has their own perfume. EMMA LEE follows in their footsteps and creates her own signature scent. Did you find Jennifer Aniston in your Christmas stocking? Or Katy Perry, maybe? This festive season it seems like more celebrities than ever put their name to a perfume. It’s official, anybody who’s anybody has their own signature scent. Although it’s a comparatively new sector, celebrity fragrances have proved to be highly lucrative for the perfume houses.No longer is it enough to have a famous face associated with your brand (blonde bombshell Marilyn Monroe famously declared that the only thing she wore to bed was Chanel … [Read more...] about Norwich business helps you smell better than Beyonce
POUTING at her phone camera while she lies on the bed in her luxury room in a private cosmetic surgery clinic in Turkey, former TOWIE star Lauren Goodger updated her 790K Instagram followers with a quick selfie before her surgery. The 31-year-old Essex girl was having Vaser, a non-surgical liposuction procedure to remove fat from her body after admitting that she was "sick of bad pictures" and felt her body had areas of "lumps and bumps". But today, the same clinic is in the news for altogether different reasons, after it emerged that a British mum-of-three died after a botched Brazilian bum lift there. Beautician Leah Cambridge, 29, from Leeds, collapsed shortly after the start of the £3,000 op at the clinic in Izmir, where Lauren Goodger had posted a glowing endorsement last year. However, the news of Leah's death casts a new light on the world of cut-price Turkish cosmetic surgery - a common destination for celebs looking for cheap procedures. And with … [Read more...] about Dirty equipment and operating in garages: Inside the dodgy Turkish cosmetic clinics where Brits get botched surgery
In a culture where trends have moved toward ultra-magical skin cremes with anti-aging properties, or diets loaded with the nutrients and healthy fats that make skin glow, how popular is facial plastic surgery compared to 20 years ago? That is, the days of Joan Rivers or Cher relatively often surfacing looking just a tad different than they did the week before. Here, Ryan Heffelfinger, director of the Division of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at Jefferson University Hospital, explains how plastic surgery has changed since the '90s--and how a selfie generation is changing the demographic. Is facial plastic surgery as common as it once was? Say, in the '90s? The world is full of questions we all want answers to, but are either too embarrassed, time-crunched or intimidated to actually ask. With Infrequently Asked Questions, we set out to answer those shared curiosities. Have a question you want answered? Send an email … [Read more...] about Is facial plastic surgery still popular?