The fashion of shrinking makeup and those covering the skin with thick layers of skin and powder has passed. Hollywood has set the tone: Recently, Jennifer Lawrence has not been afraid to look light on the Vanity Fair cover. And Drew Berrymore smiles broadly from a photo posted on Instagram, with no make-up traces, along with Gwyneth Paltrow and Cameron Diaz, in the same pose.
Did you notice that the face, neck, and hands no longer have roundness and elasticity? Did deep lines start to appear around your mouth or eyes? Do you mind the traces left by acne or imperfections as a result of wounds, scars? “There are minimally-invasive procedures that with the help of fillers can give volume where it is missing, change the contour of the face, lips, and cheeks and fill the wrinkles, smoothing them,” says cosmetic surgeon Vangelis Vasalos, physician Medicover Hospital. The most commonly used fillers (fillers) are temporary (based on collagen and hyaluronic acid) semi-permanent and permanent (they have collagen and polymethyl methacrylate). The advantages of using them are the immediate results, the limited risks and the short recovery time.
Since the ’80s, voluptuous lips have begun to be considered extremely attractive, and in recent years, lip augmentation has become increasingly popular in cosmetic surgery.
Women from all over the world want by this intervention to offer an extra femininity and sensuality and to be as attractive as possible.
About this aesthetic intervention we will talk about Dr. Cristian Niţescu, primary plastic surgery doctor and doctor in medical sciences, with 20 years of experience and over 6000 successful aesthetic operations.