Chances are that you spend a lot of money on beauty products. As women age, they tend to spend more and more on anti-aging products like beauty creams, lotions, balms, and more. There are many ways that you can save money on beauty products. You can buy lower end brands, use smaller amounts of the product when you use it, or buy combination products that reduce the amount of creams or lotions that you need to purchase.
Yet even with anti-wrinkle serum, a hair dye, lotion, and more, you may not be capable of reversing your appearance permanently. If you want a treatment that will alter your look and make you seem younger then you actually are, you will want to opt for a long-term alternatives. You can choose surgical techniques or non-surgical cosmetic treatments to help smooth and soften your appearance. Older people tend to choose Botox treatments, as they can smooth out the face and reduce wrinkles without requiring any surgery. Those who want a more invasive procedure can investigate the possibility of a neck lift or facelift.
These cost a bit more, but the results will last for decades. Instead of purchasing expensive face products on a monthly basis, you can have the look that you want with only one payment. You will no longer need to add all of these products to your face every morning, and can enjoy your natural look without having to slather on more lotion or serum.
If you are interested in a plastic surgery procedure to help you save money, then you can call (415) 937-8968 to set up your consultation with Dr. Miranda. You can trust that this firm is full of caring and dedicated staff that want to make you comfortable as you prepare for your procedure. Dr. Edward Miranda is a board-certified plastic surgeon in San Francisco by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and he is dedicated to helping you with your case! Talk to him today!
Schedule your consultation at Pacific Plastic Surgery Center in San Francisco, where we pride ourselves on our results and quality patient experience.
77 Van Ness Ave, Suite 302, San Francisco, CA