YES it’s true the boobs are being reduced tomorrow... today was my last day strutting my stuff, as you can see my boobs are covered yet 95% if the women and men we passed today stared at my chest, even thought I’m not going drastically smaller I am excited for the change. I’m so scared about the recovery , I’m praying I’ll have a speedy recovery and a happy outcome ... surgery is so abused these days if u did t need this I wouldnt be having it 4th surgery in 5/6 years ... mental !!! I’ll be sharing my journey tomorrow 💕 #boobs#reduction#surgery#cosmetic#london#harleystreet#transpire
We recently welcomed back our @misszedd to the clinic, this time for chin filler! Zilla already has a gorgeous face and features but she was after a more defined chin and jawline. Watch the video to see the full procedure and all it entails! 🙌 #QueenOfInjectables
LET'S BE SMART IN THE SUN 🌞
Summer is almost here and you totally need to KNOW this ⭐️ Summer is coming and in most of the days the sun is shining ☀️Everyone goes out, travel and enjoy the sunny days. Some of you go to the beach 🏖 and get tan, others like to use the sun light as an amazing filter for a good pic and there are some that keep the routine of their life. Everything sounds great, isn’t it? 🤩
But did you know that the sun can cause a lot of damage to your skin? wrinkles, patches of brown and dark skin (Hyperpigmentation), a dull skin tone and even skin cancer 😮. In order to get a healthy, younger looking skin and keep it that way, there are a few things you guys need to know💡 ☀️ ABOUT THE SUN:
There is no such thing as safe sunbathing, whether you do it in the sun or on a tanning beds. The sun’s UVB rays cause sunburn, but UVA rays are the real danger. You can’t feel them but they are the most significant cause of wrinkles, age spots (sun spots) and skin cancer. Even on cloudy day, all forms of the radiations are present and can damage the skin. Not only, but surfaces, such as water, sand, concrete and snow, reflect the sun’s rays from the ground to the skin. This exposes you to a higher level of radiation. ☀️ THE SOLUTION:
You need to make sure you always protect your skin when you go outside. ☀️ HOW?
There are a few things you can do to decrease the chances of dark spots and prevent them from becoming darker:
🔅 Use a sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30 every day (even when the sun is not bright).
🔅 Apply your sunscreen 20 mins before going outside (It's recommended applying it even when you are at home).
🔅 Use generous amounts of your sunscreen.
🔅 Reapply every 2 hours.
🔅 Wear a wide sun hat and sunglasses to protect the skin further.
🔅 Avoid the sun between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. when it tends to be strongest.
🔅 Each body part that is exposed to the sun should be protected with a sunscreen. So don’t forget your hands, neck, ears and upper chest.
Are you ready to protect your skin starting this summer? 🤩🙌🏻 ❗️LET'S SAVE OUR SKIN❗️💯 #saveourskin#protectionalways#foreveryoung#sunsmart