Women of color want to look younger and they want to do it without risk!
In the last twenty years, extreme scarring, discoloration, loss of certain ethnic characteristics and high costs have kept Afro-Americans, Hispanics, Asians and other non-Caucasians from seeking plastic surgery but with the advent of improved suture techniques, new procedures and shows like “Extreme Makeover”, more and more minorities are considering using cosmetic surgery to improve their appearance.
“The way plastic surgery statistics have escalated, especially among people of color, the trend to “look as young as you feel,” has left no one out,” declares anti-aging expert Cynthia Rowland, Los Angeles.
Statistics show a 65% increase in plastic surgery among ethnic groups over the past five years. According to Minority Nurse Magazine, “more Americans are getting face lifts and other types of cosmetic surgery these days, and more of those faces being lifted are likely to be non- Caucasian than ever before.”
Clients/patients of every ethnic group use injections more frequently and with financing programs offered by clinics, spas and physicians, more middle income people are enticed by these lenient payment plans.
The top five surgical procedures most requested by women are liposuction, breast augmentation, eyelid surgery, nose jobs (rhinoplasty) and breast reduction. The top five non-surgical procedures most re- quested by women are Botox, laser hair removal, microdermabrasion, chemical peel and collagen injection.
All in all women account for over 85% of all cosmetic procedures.
Rowland explains, “There doesn’t seem to be any area of the body that cannot be altered by surgery; your gender doesn’t matter, what matters is how deep your pockets are. You’re only limited by your imagination because surgeons and science are willing to go to great lengths to entice you to spend mega-dollars all in the name of improved appearances.”
Rowland, a long-time proponent of “natural is best,” declares that certain resistance type exercise will target sagging facial muscles so they lift and tone, giving the user the look of a face lift without risk, keloiding, scarring or losing your ethnic identity. Exercise can plump up wrinkle lines and lift sagging facial skin. Exercise can provide better results than a surgical face lift because it leaves the person looking like themselves, only younger
Using Botox, Restylane and other fillers to prop up nose to mouth lines, sagging foreheads, droopy eye lids and thin lips are very temporary and costly remedies. These procedures must be repeated again and again to maintain the look of lifting and smoothness.
Facial exercise solves the problem of sagging by tightening and smoothing every area of the face and neck. The forehead, the eyes, the cheeks, the jowls and pouches, the turkey neck and wattle are all re- fined and lifted naturally without injections or anything invasive. Even the tip of the nose can be lifted! There is just no doubt that resistance training of the muscles can produce exceptional results that easily re- place Botox, Restylane and most importantly, plastic surgery!
No risk, no pain, no scarring…no large out of pocket costs to reduce the signs of aging. This is a scar-less face lift that keeps you looking younger and healthier. Exercise is natural and the results can last in- definitely.