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  3. Hi fishlips, Can I please ask what was done in the four surgeries? I'm looking to do a third surgery myself to fox what u do not like. What did Parrick Walsh change? Thank you
  4. Hi there. I'm thinking for getting revision rhinoplasty done as I've never been happy with the nose job I had done 30 years ago. I'm looking for a good or the best surgeon who can do revision rhinoplasty work. I live in Sydney but am willing to travel interstate. Has anyone had this type of surgery done and/or could recommend a good doctor. Thanks.
  5. Indeed. Kids love 'em! I would say that adults love this food too! Who would ever say no to these? ๐Ÿ˜ My nephews visit me often because I always have pizza for them. And not just pizza from restaurant but own homemade smokey pizza made on my backyard oven.
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  7. I am 2 weeks post op. My tape is still over my incisions and itching like crazy. I want to pull it off but I won't. Benadryl helps alot. I was told no underwire bras for at least 6 months, so be careful with that. That can definitely make it worse.
  8. We did read that - thankfully most Plastic Surgeons have done the responsible thing and postponed elective surgery in line with the shutdown
  9. For our free coronavirus pandemic coverage, learn more here. By Lisa Visentin and Kate Aubusson March 29, 2020 โ€” 12.00am Pivate hospitals are rushing through cosmetic surgeries and other non-urgent procedures before a ban is implemented this week, defying warnings from health experts that it would further drain resources needed for the coronavirus pandemic. The Waratah Private Hospital in Hurstville in Sydney's south allowed cosmetic surgeon Dr Anoop Rastogi to schedule five operations for breast implants and reconstructions on Friday, in a move condemned by the Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS). Waratah Private Hospital on Saturday. CREDIT:DOMINIC LORRIMER ASPS President Gazi Hussain said some private hospitals were running their operating theatres 24-hours a day ahead of the ban on semi-urgent elective surgery from Wednesday. โ€œItโ€™s a completely irresponsible act to be doing these surgeries just to get in before the shutdown. That is purely driven by greed,โ€ Professor Hussain said. โ€œThe sooner the ban comes in the better." Advertisement
  10. Absolutely! I was really small before, probably an a/b cup. Iโ€™m petite too at 5โ€™1โ€ and 120lbs. I just got mine last week. I got 325cc moderate plus silicone unders and Iโ€™m already ecstatic about the results. I finally feel like a have a feminine figure! I almost wish I would have gone a little bit bigger but I think they look good for my body size. I canโ€™t wait for them to drop and get some under boob!! ๐Ÿ™‚
  11. "Non-urgent elective surgeries in Australia's public and private hospitals will be banned from midnight in a bid to preserve the healthcare system to respond to the coronavirus pandemic." Such an awful crisis the world is going through. Has anyone had their surgery cancelled? What happens next? Have you been given a new date or do you need to rebook entirely
  12. Keep doing stretches and try to incorporate 12 minutes of cardio. At this point, you can increase your waist training time to more. If you are accustomed to the waist trainer, you can choose to wear it for 8 hours. Until you get the routine of wearing your shaper, do not sleep or exercise with the garment on.
  13. Destination Beauty has a lot of negative reviews though their procedure is ok but there are lots of factors that makes their clients say "Never again".
  14. Hope you get to feeling better soon and find strength with each new day!
  15. hello Birdy, any update from you? May good health envelop you, spurring a quick recovery.
  16. my simple yet effective way for weight loss is only drinking water! why??? 'coz drinking more water helps your body stop retaining water, leading you to drop those extra pounds of water weight. How about yours?
  17. Nice one. I always wear sports bra, so I haven't noticed any difference after 8 weeks, well except that my new bras are bigger ๐Ÿ˜„ Anyway, my gear consists of fast-drying supportive sports bra, sport leggings and running shoes for high arches just as was mentioned on Willpowerpeak.
  18. Yes, a waist fitness trainer is not only useful for reducing waist circumference, it can also provide strong waist support to avoid getting waist injury during exercise. Last year my husband was in trouble and had an old injury to his waist, but he needed to lose a lot of belly fat. The belt worked well and he is now healthy.
  19. GHD is still a thing, I had one a few years ago. Now I have a versatile hot air brush, I mean it's versatile because I use it both for curling and straightening (depends on my mood). You can check hot air brush reviews here on on the web, I suggest you to at least try one of these brushes.
  20. Destination Beauty Thailand??? I heard this very often and to be fair, yes! Their experiences were great!
  21. HSI Professional Glider Ceramic Tourmaline Ionic Flat Iron... the best flat iron for me
  22. I just wanted to update on my journey and say that I'm now feeling fantastic about everything. I do have a slightly larger gap than before but it's not much bigger and they are coming together as the muscle relaxes. Also, I used to feel my boobs touched too much when I wore a push-up, so this may be a good thing! I've noticed a lot of difference in the past few weeks. I'm loving my silhouette in clothes and dresses. When I downsized to my 275cc implants, I stopped wearing dresses because I didn't feel attractive in them anymore. Well..... let me tell you. I spent $1500 on new dresses in 4 days because every dress I tried on, I felt AMAZING in. I don't think it was necessarily that the dresses were that good (although they were nice). I think I just felt so much better in my body and having that hourglass shape back with the bit of side boob and nice projection made me feel like a princess. I honestly am so glad I went back to the larger size. I had my 5 week follow up yesterday and everything is looking great. Now I can wear regular bras again and I think I need to find places that stock the right size. My biggest issue is that I'm very narrow in the ribcage, despite being tall. I need an 8D or 8E. I can wear 10D but they don't bring my boobs in as much as a tighter band would and I always have it on the tightest clasp, even when brand new. Now that my boobs are that tiny bit further apart and under the muscle, I'd like to experiment with bands that fit better and can bring them closer. I don't like ordering online. I need to try bras on first, especially seeing as they're so damn expensive! I know brasNthings have 8's that go up to large cup sizes. Any other stores I can go into physically in Australia that stock large cups in size 8 and try things on that people are aware of?
  23. Hey there. I though this might be still relevant. HSI is a great brand and I think it can be compared to GHD, which I like very much, here's an article about those https://mystraightener.com/ceramic-vs-titanium-hair-straightener/. Both brands produce ceramic and titanium straighteners, you haven't stated which one do you like more. The thing is that they differ and can be used for various purposes.
  24. Yes they are sigh... I looked into buying one but so expensive. Does anyone have one I could use? Itโ€™s a bit like having a friend over for a cup of tea lol
  25. I think commercial solariums are illegal in Australia.
  26. Hi girls, Iโ€™m looking for solarium use in Melbourne - either cbd or eastern side of Melbourne (Doncaster, Blackburn, box hill areas). I was overseas in the US and it helped with my psoriasis immensely. can anyone PM me please? Thanks.
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