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    Cosmetic surgery has been becoming more and more common in the modern world in recent times. While this practice has been around for a long time, technology and new methods have made it incredibly accessible to medical doctors and cosmetic surgeons alike. 

    Of course, though, this doesn’t mean that this type of process can’t come with complications. A lot can happen with aesthetic procedures, and you need to make sure that you are taking the time to overcome the challenges that can come with it if you choose to go down this path. This article will be exploring some of these areas to give you an idea of what to look out for.

    Dodgy Doctors

    The field of cosmetic surgery isn’t always as robust as the medical field. This means that it can be hard to know what qualifications the surgeon you use has, and this can lead to some major issues down the line. Not only will a dodgy doctor be unwilling to talk about their credentials, but they will also usually operate in ways that don’t make sense for a professional in the medical field.

    Failed Procedures

    While many of the procedures being used by cosmetic surgeons are tried and tested, some aren’t as robust as others, and this means that they can fail when they are not done properly. Issues like a  failed scalp micropigmentation can be very difficult to live with, and those who experience this sort of thing usually have to get help from further professionals.

    Bad Tools/Treatments

    There are a lot of companies in the world making products like Botox. This means that it can be easy for counterfeit options to be produced that look very realistic, and products like this can be extremely dangerous. It will always be worth looking for cosmetic surgeons who take the time to offer industry-leading products that won’t leave your health in bad shape. This is something that can have a serious impact on your body when the wrong tools and treatments are used.


    It can be hard to know when you are allergic to something in the field of cosmetic surgery. Good surgeons will always test materials on your body before adding them to it, and this ensures that reactions are very unlikely. This may not be the case with your doctor, though, and this can lead to serious issues down the line.

    As you can see, there are plenty of issues that can come about when you decide to embrace cosmetic surgery. It will always be worth doing plenty of research when you explore markets like this. You should also take the time to think about the type of cosmetic treatments you would like to get as they each have their own benefits and varying degree of risk.

    Until next time



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  2. Well, it is almost the start of October and Breast Cancer Awareness month.

    This year, I will be fundarasing for Breast Cancer Now by running a raffle with 2 fab pampering prizes up for grabs.

    • A Pamper Hamper (which can be posted to you if you are not local) or
    • A Pamper Voucher!  ½ Hr Holistic or Beauty Treatment of your choice (at my treatment room up on Stockport Market SK1

    Ways to enter

    1)      Via my Just Giving Page – please remember to leave your name

    2)      A raffle ticket which you can purchase from me in person

     Suggested minimum donation £5

    Winners will be announced on my Facebook and Instagram page @reviveuk on 1st November, 2021

    Know the Signs and Symptoms of Breast Cancer

    See your GP if you notice a change
    Most breast changes, including breast lumps, are not cancer. But the sooner breast cancer is found, the more successful treatment is likely to be.  There’s no special way to check your breasts and you do not need any training.

    Checking your breasts is as easy as TLC:

    Touch your breasts: can you feel anything new or unusual?
    Look for changes: does anything look different to you?
    Check any new or unusual changes with a GP

    • Everyone will have their own way of touching and looking for changes.
    • Get used to checking regularly and be aware of anything that’s new or different for you.
    • Check your whole breast area, including up to your collarbone (upper chest) and armpits.



    Remember if you would like to enter the Wear It Pink Raffle, you can do so here on my Just Giving Page  Please leave your name so I can enter you into the prize draw.

    Until next time



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