By Vicky Hadley
Kim Kardashian, Kylie Jenner and the rest....everyone's having fillers - so what can they do?
Fillers seem to be knocking plastic surgery into the 'That's SO last year' category - celebs like Kim Kardashian swear by them but could they replace surgery?
by Vicky Hadley
Hate getting your legs out because of veins? New guidelines mean more effective non-surgical techniques are now available and doctors are NOT to recommend wearing tights as they're ineffective. A top vein expert explains
byHealthista Expert Blogger
When it comes to surgery, new doesn’t always mean effective, safe or any good. Consultant plastic surgeon Mr Baljit Dheansa has the latest good, bad and ugly in surgery from freezing wrinkles away to vampire facelifts along with some predictions for the future such as growing real skin from stem cells in the lab. Botox? It's so last decade
US plastic surgeon Dr David Matlock has given his wife multiple surgeries in what he calls a 'Wonder Woman Makeover' - eek!
Nobody wants to end up a case study on Botched Bodies - Dr Dennis Wolf, from The Private Clinic on Harley Street has a checklist to make sure you get great results and stay safe
Peoplle always get confused about whether they need Botox or fillers, but both treatments have distinct uses in anti-ageing and sorting out wrinkles, says dermatologist Dr Stefanie Williams. Make sure you know the difference and don't go near a needle without reading this
Excessive Botox and the ‘frozen’ forehead look is these days fairly detectable by anyone who can, well...see. As a result, surgeons are moving away from the forehead and applying tiny amounts to other areas. Mr Guy Sterne, plastic and cosmetic surgery consultant explains
Celebs bounce back so quickly you have to wonder if some of them were EVER pregnant #justsaying. And, who hasn’t heard the rumours that celebrities are having tummy tucks alongside their labour? Read this before you even think about it
From Botox to fillers, lasers to super-serums, here's how to know exactly what your face needs from leading Harley Street aesthetic physician Dr Lynette Yong
Meet the men celebrities pay thousands of pounds to for the procedures you're unlikely to detect they've had
Mr Fazel Fatah, former President of the British Association of Aesthetic and Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS) answers with exactly what to ask a potential surgeon - and how to ensure they're a good one - before you have implants.
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