|Stemming the cell loss
There is an interesting and rapidly expanding movement going on in the
esthetics world and it's all about stem cells. It is pretty remarkable
that just a short time ago, all hell was breaking loose on the
political scene about the subject, and now it is on the front page of New Beauty
magazine as the anti-aging breakthrough of the century. Evidently, stem cells
retrieved from liposuction can be reused in skin care products and fat
transfer procedures. If that means that they've figured out how to
take the fat out of my hips and put it where my cheekbones used to be,
hallelujah, there is hope for me after all! Of course, it might not be quite that simple...
|Dermitage complaints are all over the Internet for unfair business practices - some even say fraudulent. People report that shipping charges turn close to a hundred dollars within a month, and no one is answering the phone. Be forewarned. Baring the Bare Minerals Mama taught me young not to leave the house without a little foundation and lipstick. But Mama, "it feels so low, where do I go", to find an application that won't make me look like an over-madeup anchorwoman and won't take all morning? LookinGood reviews Bare Minerals foundation after several weeks of use. Get our opinion here.
My friend told me that she looked in the mirror one day and realized that her face had become a permanent hangover, despite the fact that she hasn't had a drink in years. A suburban man heard me say the word blepharoplasty and insisted on telling me everything about the procedure that gave him part of his sight back. Click here for our eye-opening report.
Annoying business practices, at best