Women tend to have their own view of themselves which is quite different to what everyone else sees. While a man might look at her and see a perfect woman, she can be hiding a whole list of insecurities about her body and appearance.
Cosmetic treatments are more and more accepted by society in general as time goes on, and attitudes towards them are steadily becoming more tolerant.
Whilst the nation’s widening waistlines are increasingly under the spotlight, new research from Mintel finds Brits are surprisingly open to going under the knife to see weight-loss results.
In a society that seems obsessed with looking and feeling the best that you can, it's understandable that both men and women are always looking for various ways to achieve the looks they desire.
Britain is becoming a nation of cosmetic surgery tourists, with many of us now travelling abroad for lower-cost elective procedures, according to new research from Confused.com.
Three quarters of women love their boobs, a new study has found. Researchers revealed that despite women often complaining about their breasts, a large percentage are 100% content with their size, shape and fullness.
Over one fifth of all British over 55s have confided that they have never felt as confident as they do in their prime – showing that, like fine wine, we improve with age.
Wearing glasses and contact lenses isn’t for everyone and the price of continued use can seriously mount up. If you’re just tired of the hassle of wearing either, you may be considering laser eye surgery.
Ziering, a leading medical provider specializing in hair restoration, has introduced the first and only robotic hair restoration procedure to the UK.
Leading Brazilian dermatologist Dr Ariel Haus has been sculpting the bottoms of Brazilian babes for over 7 years using VelaShape, a non-invasive cellulite and body shaping treatment.
More than half of Brits believe that the quality of a person's teeth has a major impact on a person's career or romantic life, yet only half of us visit the dentist regularly, according to healthcare group Bupa.
Esteemed ultrasound-focused medical technology company from the US, Ulthera, is delighted to introduce Ultherapy.
Caring about the condition of your smile and wanting your teeth to look as good as they possibly can isn’t merely a question of vanity.
If you feel nervous, embarrassed or just less than fully confident every time you open your mouth to speak or smile, it may be because of concerns about your teeth not being totally straight.
Revolutionary new technology in teeth whitening has arrived in Bristol following the opening of a new clinic in the city.
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