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  1. Hey guys, I turned 23 in January and I have began to notice fine lines on my forehead, between my brows, and small lines directly under my eyes. I want this fixed! But I'm worried that I am too young for fillers. I have read online that many doctors won't recommend it for someone my age. I'm also worried that if I start so young, will I need more as I get older and then end up looking like the cat lady? I have also been considering buying retinol cream, but not sure if this can be used near my eyes? And I am also looking to try microdermabrasion but I can't use this in conjunction with retinol, and that won't helpthe skin near my eyes. Does anyone have any good experiences with either of these treatments? And what do you think about fillers for someone my age?
  2. I am currently 20 years old, and have booked a breast augmentation for the start of March. I have wanted larger breasts for a while now and finally decided to bite the bullet and do it figuring that you may as well look as good as you can while youre young, right? Is 20 a good age to get breast implants or should I have waited?
  3. Sorry girls... Bit of a story... I was due to have augmentation on 29 April at a clinic in Cairns (where I live, was going here for convenience due to no one to care for 15 yr old daughter if I went interstate)however, I have cancelled due to the clinic increasing their 'all-inclusive' price each time I spoke with them. I borrowed the amount specified for their 'package' and could not afford the extra costs they were advising everytime I spoke to them. In the end I told them that I felt mislead as none of these 'extra' costs were explained during consult. Anyway... so no new boobies for me yet. I am now looking into going to Sydney, to see either Dr Lim (his work is amazing!) or TCI. I have sent emails and photo's to both. Now I wait to see who is able to assist me with my saggy-baggy, deflated, droopy not-so-fun-bags! I will be making a holiday out of it for myself, hubby and daughter, and the cost to do that will be less than what I was going to be required to fork out to have them done here! So a holiday for the fam and new boobies for me! Win Win! Since I cancelled my surgey here though, I have been second guessing whether getting them done is appropriate for a nearly 39 yr old mum of three late teens. Ever since I was a late teen myself I always wanted bigger, nicer looking boobs. I wasn't blessed. God gave me a big bum instead! So I have felt out of proportion for most of my life. And wished that one day I could get my boobs done. That day is coming... later rather than sooner now though. And I am so anxious that I won't be able to acheive the look I really want, without a lift, which I don't want, nor can I afford. I was told by the clinic here that if I went anatomical, a lift wouldn't be necessary; but of course the teardrops are more expensive, and I find this out only after booking my surgery! Grrrr. Dr Lim does anatomical for under $10k, which is a good price for me; better than nearly $14k here. And his work and finished product all look AMAZING! I know TCI only do round, but wonder if they can work miracles, as I have only ever read good things about them. I am also concerned that anatomical may make me look even more saggy, and drag my breasts down further. I am feeling really confused... anxious... worried... 'deflated' (no pun intended)... and just a little bit sick, really. Any advice from you lovely girlies out there, for an old worried mum like me?!
  4. Hi ladies I have a family member that seems to be forgetful and it has been noticeable for the past few months now. I have tried confronting them but they get angry and defensive. Does anyone have any suggestions how to broach the issue and more importantly does anyone know of any tablets or anything that aids with memory? Thanks so much any info will be much appreciated
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