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  1. Hi guys does anyone have any experience with CO2 Fraxel for wrinkles? Or doctors/ surgeons they can refer me to that can do this procedure? I’ve seen one doctor in Sydney and I’m not sure how I felt after... he seemed to know what he is talking about but came across as a car sales man trying to sell me other procedures... also looked up his reviews and there were a few bad reviews. I googled co2 Fraxel but only one other place offers it in Sydney and they also have mixed reviews with some bad ones... also im not after the laser resurfacing I dont think the results for that would be as effective. Thanks in advance
  2. Thanks hun for the advice So I found out I can do co2 Fraxel which is basically puncturing deep into the skin to force collagen to happen but there is down time of 9 days
  3. Hi ladies long time no chat. I’m back and now I’m keen and I’m serious about removing my under eye wrinkles. I’m turning 36 this month and I want to look younger. my wrinkles aren’t that deep but obvious enough when I wear foundation because it seeps into the creases (and I can’t live without covering my face) what are my options? I organised a consult with a doctor at laser clinic in Sydney... not sure what the options Are and a little lost with different types eg filler Botox and different brands etc @donatella I remember u were the queen for info and insight on this stuff would love some guidance I’ll attach a pic of the mess with my foundation on (but the pic doesn’t show how bad it looks in real life basically the undereye looks dry even tho apply all the creams and oils imaginable).
  4. Anyone know anymore about this topic? Or what type of allergen implant is recalled? I got allergen implants back in 2017 and now I am not sure if I am at risk... and I tried googling the type of implants I have but can’t find any info
  5. hey @donatella been a very long time since i came on here! wow just read u had a consult with my fave surgeon???? are you going ahead with 800s with Dr D?
  6. lol that is really funny! considering my experience when mine wouldn't drop naturally... I will never forget how ugly they looked before the second surgery to put them in the correct position because they wouldn't naturally deop... they seriously looked ridiculous when i was naked (i just wanted to cry!) unfortunately you can't stop them from dropping... they are meant to drop and also dont forget that there is alot of swelling which also makes them look fuller, once the swelling goes away you wont look as full from the puffiness
  7. yes i experienced this. The pain was excruciating! all i can say is that it took me months to recover from the back pain. I think its because ur back is not used to carrying the new added weight. for me i took alot of medications and tried massages but nothing helped it took me a few months to recover from the pain... but you might recover faster so don't be disheartened. just take it easy and try to keep yourself comfortable and if ur in alot of pain take painkillers and don't do anything strenuous.
  8. Thought i'd share this video about "dr" Cynthia Weinstein http://aca.ninemsn.com.au/article/9036484/cynthia
  9. Thought i'd find out what everyone else is doing... I am way beyond the 1 yr anniversary for my new boobs... and i probably sound crazy but i can't bring myself to walk around at home or prepare for sleep without wearing my surgical bra and most of the times i have OCD and end up wearing post op bra and a crop top... i am scared of future sag... but then again is this going to prevent future sag? considering gravity and genetics being a factor to this sag! Also considering these tops/bras are wirefree i wonder if they are considered supportive enough to help prevent the inevitable. Just wondering what everyone else's thoughts are on this topic? and especially girls that are post op and in my position what do you do/wear?
  10. Thanks for the heads up luckilyi am not prone to rosacea and i have had microderm a couples times before. Great thanks for the heads up on where to find the products! im starting to feel a lilcalmer now about my face!
  11. luckyi saw ur msgs before i went shopping today was going to buy a replacement for mac foundation (im running low)! Will definitely try out ur suggestions... hopefully that will help out my skin. I also paid the laser clinic a visit and they suggested 6 courses alternating between microdermabasion and peels and daily use of cleanser, day cream and retinol scrub. Fingers crossed this works! Would the issada and mary kay and hourglass foundations be available at myers or DJs?
  12. Wow thank you all for your tips! My acne is is on my back my front and worst is all over my face (cheeks chine neck and close to the nose) I wear foundation almost 6 days a week (i can't go out doors without it, i wear Mac (the heavier one) to cover it all up. Not sure if that is the culprit but i seriously can't see anyone without it. I would go back to the dermatoligist but he will say go on Roacutane and considering i have completed the courses as a teen and as an adult i dont want to go down that road again. My face/body dont feel oily or dry (i have normal skin). I have been a bad girl and stopped doing microdermabrasion i might start that up again as well as ppels... thanks for all your comments and thanks Don i was hoping you would respond! other than my pimple drama all good
  13. Hi ladies, I have constantly non stop been getting really bad acne and some actually really hurt. i have had Roaccutane (meds) in the past i had done 2 courses, it worked butidont want to do medication again (as it is very harsh on the body). I was thinking of maybe glycolic peels, not sure if that would work... has anyone done any treatments and had success? i am open to all suggestions i just want to get rid of my pimples without having to go on medication.
  14. Yea i was thinking that! although this is in the chair so it is half price of the 1 hour which is usually 400+... Anyways i found out that deal is over but there is another one where they charge slightly more and includes cleaning, scale, etc plus whitening. I might do that once i find out how long they will leave the whitening on for
  15. Hey ladies, I really want to get my teeth whitened. I found a deal on Groupon for zoom teeth whitening for $249 but it is only for 30mins (in the chair). Would 30 mins be enough to make difference? My teeth aren't badly stained and i think i would be happy with two shades whiter buti thought whitening in the chair should be 1 hour. Anyone got suggestions or opinions?
  16. I personally love the carefix and marena bras. I purchased the carefix bras from zodee and mareena was given by the surgeon. 12 mths on and i still love wearing them when i am home and when i go to bed. They are Very comfy bras! Target sells surgelical bras but i found them ugly and buckle from the back. The only thing i liked there was the target version of the ahh bra and they were only $10 each. I used to wear that ahh bra ontop of the surgical bra to give extra support although when i think about it... It was unnecessary
  17. Hey ladies, No worries just wanted to give you insight... I remember how daunting it was to make that leap. I had toyed with the idea for years but never seriously. I didn't realise it was affordable here in Australia. So i guess after lots of research and esp reading through all of the girl's experiences here on this forum regarding tci and doctor dona it def helped me narrow down surgeons and my decision to do it and with size etc. Def zero regrets despite the fact that i ran into a few complications... If i had to make the decsion again i would still do it
  18. No way! you will be coming out of sedation and too out of it to even go alone even if they let you (not that it would happen)! You def need someone to pick you up. If you dont have a family or friend you can always hire a nurse for the day. Google it you might even find something like a carer.
  19. Hi ladies, It has been a while since i have been active on here (mainly because i hate changes and the site changed dramatically and had issues logging in) ... Thought i would write up a post regarding post 12 months. I am actually very very very happy with my boobs and i can't believe it has been over 12 months now since the first operation. I am so happy and don't regret spending the extra amount to go to a plastic surgeon. Throughout the year and a bit Dr Dona and his staff have been lovely to deal with and his bedside manners were very professional. I am actually very sad that i don't have to visit Dr Dona anymore i felt a bit upset when he said that's it this is the last time we see each other. He has been very friendly, kind and informative and despite all my questions he was also very patient and answered every single one. Now every time i look at my post op boobs and compare with my new boobs i honestly can't believe the amazing transformation and how amazingly voluptuous my figure looks now. I can't thank Dr Dona enough for what i ended up with i feel really beautiful! Ever since i got them i can't help staring at myself when i see my reflection walking past a store To all the ladies considering getting their boobs done, i promise it is worth every dollar. Just a word of advice which is common on here make sure you go the largest size they offer you (that is the only thing i regret not doing). I am hoping to see him again one day in the future when i start to age and things go south it will be a new excuse for larger! Oh and forgot to mention that i got to my originally dreamed size which is 10E (first bra fitting was 10E and has remained 10E since).
  20. esch person and each surgeon will day something diff it will mainly depend on what ur surgeon says... I wasnt allowed to wear a proper bra and still cant wear padded bras for xtra boost because my tright side hasn't fully dropped. So go with what ur surgeon says... Also i find laying down with a wired bra so uncomfy now that i am big compared to post op!
  21. Ahhhh thanks for that info Aspiretolnspire that is a relief to hear u can hide it with lipstick Mycosmeticjourney i saw your thread, your lips still look bigger than the original pic you started off with.... i have been reading a lot it sounds like they only do 1 ml at a time but i am fine with trying 1 ml and seeing whether it is enough. Thanks for the compliment i just wish they were bigger though.
  22. Sure send me a friend request. There was a big difference once they were lowered they look much rounder and nips weren't pointing downwards therefore more pleasant to look at without a bra. The only thing is that i am borderline with the lift so right side on side view there is a slight double bubble. Other than thay i am very happy with them
  23. Thank you for your response Aspiretolnspire. Do you mind telln me which clinic and who was your injector? Also if you were allowed to wear lipstick after to hide the bruising if you got any?
  24. hi hun i also had revision it was alot easier than my first BA. I had lowering for both of them. i stayed off work less than a week. i wore my post op bra again and yes i was able to move my arms and i didnt need to sleep up... second time around is alot easier
  25. Hi Moderator, I am looking at getting mine done. Could you please tell me which clinic you got ur lips done at? and who the injector was? and how long does the juvaderm last? 3 months?
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