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Botox: Cosmetic surgery ‘can improve outlook on life’

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Botox: Cosmetic surgery 'can improve outlook on life'Individuals contemplating having Botox injections could receive further encouragement to seek the treatment following comments from an industry professional.

Beauty expert Zara Rabinowicz suggested that seeking cosmetic procedures could improve overall wellbeing and renew a person’s self-confidence.

She claimed that individuals who address personal issues with an area of their body through the use of cosmetic surgery could improve their outlook on life.

Her comments emerge after a new survey published in More! Magazine revealed that the procedures were becoming increasingly popular among young British women.

The results highlighted that 72 per cent of the publication’s readers would like some kind of cosmetic surgery, with 49 per cent planning to go under the knife.

Questioning 1,000 people aged between 18 and 30, the survey showed that 61 per cent of women think the procedures should be more available for those with insecurities.

“It’s important that expectations are realistic … but if this is understood, a good surgery can lead to higher confidence levels and a healthy outlook on life,” Ms Rabinowicz added.  ADNFCR-2621-ID-800718704-ADNFCR

Too much saliva ‘can be a problem’

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too much salivaSaliva production problems could be due to infection.

Anyone who suffers from an over-production of saliva could be finding the malady increasingly frustrating, as well as embarrassing, but a simply trip to the emergency dentist might be able to fix the complaint.

Neil Bateman, consultant ENT surgeon at the Royal Hallamshire and Sheffield Children’s Hospitals, told the Telegraph that excessive salivation could be caused by infecion of the salivary glands and this could be easily treated with a course of antibiotics.

Other possible conditions include laryngopharyngeal reflux – a condition wherby problems such as heartburn or acid reflux stimulate production of saliva from the glands and this can be treated with anti-reflux medication.

Elsewhere, Beauty writer Zara Rabinowicz recently claimed the trend for men to be more obsessed about their appearance has continued in recent months and is unlikely to end in the near future.

She noted males are using more beauty products than ever before and are taking more care to look their best at all times – while boosting their smile could be achieved by a trip to the dentist.

Men ‘to continue to care about their appearance’

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Men using teeth whitening more.

The trend for men to be more obsessed about their appearance has continued in recent months and is unlikely to end in the near future, it has been claimed. laser teeth whitening

Beauty writer Zara Rabinowicz said males are using more beauty products than ever before and are taking more care to look their best at all times – while boosting their smile could be achieved by a trip to the dentist.

She commented: “Grooming is no longer considered girly and companies are realising there’s a huge market to tap into.”

According to Superdrug, men dedicate 83 minutes of the day to their personal grooming, including cleansing, toning and moisturising, shaving, styling hair and choosing clothes.

Indeed, retailer Comet recently noted there has been a dramatic increase in the number of teeth whitening kits which the company has been selling in the run-up to Valentine’s Day.

Teeth whitening ‘to become more popular’

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More people are likely to get their teeth whitened next year.

There will be a rise in the number of people looking to have teeth whitening procedures carried out in 2010, it has been claimed. teeth whitening

Beauty and technology expert Zara Rabinowicz said as the financial climate begins to change and people start putting money worries behind them, there is likely to be an increase in cosmetic surgery treatments, with many Brits looking to have teeth whitening.

She commented: “Products will get more advanced and procedures such as Botox will become a lot more common … alongside the rise in teeth whitening – partly due to the influence of shows like The X Factor.”

Ms Rabinowicz added although there is likely to be less concern over money next year, Brits will still be looking for good value and as such, will not be spending cash on expensive products needlessly.

According to research carried out by Mintel, the next generation of high-tech products – which they name Turbo Beauty 4G – will continue to capitalise on advances in biochemistry and incorporate use of nanotechnology in beauty products.

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