Breast enhancements are one of the most common surgical procedures in the United States, but now women won't even have to go under the knife to go up a cup size. New York plastic surgeon Norman Rowe has developed temporary "vacation breasts," which can make breasts feel fuller for up to a few weeks. Rowe's procedure originated as a way for women who were considering breast augmentation to see how their new breasts would look and feel before surgery, but they've also become a way to quickly -- and temporarily -- boost a bust for an event or trip. Image consultant Amanda Sanders has tried the procedure twice.
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In what feels like macabre plot twist — or perhaps a skin-care regimen designed by Dr. Frankenstein — blood-infused skin care is making its mark on the beauty world. There's more science than spook behind the increasingly trendy treatments like "vampire facials" thanks, Kim Kardashian West and blood-infused lotion — at least in theory. Blood — in scientific speak that's platelet-rich plasma PRP — "is being used to improve skin tone and texture, wrinkles, and even promote hair growth," Joshua Zeichner , director of clinical and cosmetic research in dermatology at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York previously told Allure. A patient's blood is drawn, spun in a centrifuge to extract the PRP, and then injected or applied topically.
If your doctor clears you to travel during or after breast cancer treatment, what do you need to know about airport security and screening or cruise ship screening? If you have had surgery without reconstructive surgery, or if you have had your final reconstruction, you probably don't need to worry. But if you wear a prosthesis, have a chemotherapy port , carry syringes such as for Neulasta or Neupogen , or have tissue expanders? What about the role for liquids if your breast prosthesis is a gel or if your liquid medications are over 3 ounces?