Once upon a time dieting hard and long was the only way most of us could achieve the figure we always wanted and believed we deserved. Well, that’s a thing of the past now as affordable and successful beauty treatments are accessible to all. Beauty treatments are something women do, right? Well, no actually, wrong.
The modern man is much more open to beauty therapy suggestion than his father or grandfather was. Why should beauty be the preserve of women anyway? Why shouldn’t men make the very best of themselves too? Surgical Choice? Of course, a treatment which sees positive results quickly is what we all want. This means going down the specialist route, so if looking for the best plastic surgeons London is probably the place to start. Choosing the best professionals is essential. After all, it’s your body and you want it to be looked after with the very best techniques available.
Clinics based in London’s world famous Harley Street like Botonics, are among the best in the world and ensure the best care and most up to date technology. For some, though, surgery is not an option, so how can we make the best of ourselves without resorting to surgical procedures. The face is a good place to start. We all want our skin to look good as the face is the first thing others see and wrinkles and fine lines can make us appear older than we are. Wrinkles are a necessary part of ageing which are made worse by a variety of things like too much sun exposure, smoking and squinting. But did you know that they can also be caused by the position in which you sleep? If you sleep on your front or side then your face is pressed against your pillow.
It doesn’t matter how soft your pillow is because your face is in contact with it, pressing down. People who sleep on their backs don’t have these so-called ‘sleep lines’, so it is worth trying this position if you can. Weight loss is also considered a contribution to wrinkles. Well, yo-yo dieting actually where the skin is constantly being stretched as weight is gained and slackened as it is lost. Trying to lose weight slowly and sensibly here is the answer. Alongside dieting and weight loss must surely be good nutrition.
We are what we eat and what a true statement that is. Too many late nights will very soon etch their presence on your face. Try and get a good night’s sleep. A night of blessed unconsciousness of between six and eight hours of good quality sleep will stand you in good stead for the day and get rid of those dark circles under your eyes. Drink plenty of water throughout the day for a clear complexion which will shine with radiance. Also, getting your five a day and not smoking will give rapid results. And don’t forget that alcohol can be aging too. Too much and it will show. Drink in moderation and learn when to say no. Your face will thank you for it.
AUTHOR BIO: Dr Jacinta Plowright is an industry professional who is now specialising with Botonics. She is a regular contributor to health and beauty websites and lives in London.