Filo d’Oro (name inspired by the small silk cocoons that, kissed by the sun, look like “nuggets of light”), the business network and micro-‐chain of Made in Italy silk, returns to Première Vision in the Smart Creation Area, the exhibition corner dedicated to realities that have shown a concrete commitment to responsible innovation and looking for sustainable new generation solutions, to present WUERRETEX, a smart waterproofing process that takes place directly on the wire.
Thousands of patients receive Botox treatments every single year. This cosmetic treatment is still one of the most popular because the results are effective, long-lasting and the treatment doesn’t require any incisions. Botox works by relaxing the muscles that are responsible for wrinkles and expression lines.
You may be getting regular spa facials and but HydraFacial is the facial treatment that will address almost all major skin issues like acne, dark spots, blackheads, sun damage, dullness, and uneven skin tone. It is becoming popular and its cost is just a little higher than spa facials. The spa facials only clean your skin at surface level but HydraFacial involves deep cleansing. The products used in spa facials may not be suitable for certain skin types and cause irritation, but HydraFacial has specialized serums for your skin problems. Here I have explained why this treatment is worth your time and money.
We all know the importance of looking after our skin, and we hear it everyday in magazines and advice columns; never sleep with your make up on, drink lots of water, have a good skincare routine. However sometimes, it can be easy for our skin to be put on the back burner as life takes hold, and before you know it, your skin looks dull and lifeless, and you’re beginning to break out like a teenager during puberty.
Researchers found that Botox injections, which smooth out facial lines by partially freezing muscles, also have uplifting side effects that make patients smile.
Psychologists studied 25 people – 12 of whom had Botox injections to the forehead, while the rest had fillers, peals or cosmetic treatments.
All the participants completed a mood questionnaire at least two weeks later.
The 'Basic Instinct' beauty Sharon Stone likes her reflection less since she turned 51, but still loves her "strong" nose. She said: "I have a really good nose. Our family has good noses - each different, but all strong and defining."
When it comes to beauty treatments, Sharon subscribes to the "less is more philosophy". She doesn't wear much makeup, never gets facials and sees her hairdresser as little as possible. But no matter how busy she is, she always makes time for regular massages, meditation and long baths.