K-von is the most famous half-Persian comedian in the world. Born and raised in America, he invites the listener along on a hilarious journey as he investigates the mysteries of his Middle Eastern roots - making fun of himself along the way. With clever use of character voices and sound effects, prepare to be charmed by his recollection of immigrant-family memories, "horror stories" from the road, and valuable cultural tips. Nothing is off limits. (There's even a chapter on laser hair removal and the problems that come along with it.) Through relatable stories, K-von's debut audiobook brings big laughs and touching moments to listeners of all ages - regardless of their own ethnic makeup. Read by the author. 1. Language: English. Narrator: K-von Moezzi. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/135903/bk_acx0_135903_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Terrified of growing older? Let’s be real: ageing happens to us all. You look in the mirror one day and find that first wrinkle, that first grey hair, that sagging neck…you think your life is over, that you’ll never again be the carefree, confident woman you once were.Yes, you can fight back. Just because we all get older doesn’t mean we have to take it lying down. Cutting-edge research has given us plentiful ways to turn back the clock, from quick fixes at your local beauty salon to revolutionary body sculpting surgery.A women’s beauty guide like no other. Never afraid to try something new, Alexandra has done the hard work for you. She has first-hand experience of every single strategy described in her book, detailing the ins and outs and giving a brutally honest overview to help you decide. No matter your experience, fear levels or budget, Alexandra has you covered.Must you really suffer to stay beautiful? Whether you’re a beauty addict or a total newbie, there’s a wealth of options to consider. Complex procedures aren’t always the most painful, and the simplest treatments can be the most effective. Will Botox smooth your wrinkles without pain? Is laser hair removal worth the cost? You won’t find a single sales pitch or corporate lie in this book – just Alexandra’s authentic opinion. Guaranteed.Feel like your best self again.Alexandra Filia is a savvy businesswoman, amateur adventurer, and devoted mother who has travelled the world. Her beauty adventures are laid bare in this book to help busy women who aren’t yet ready to look and feel old. With Alexandra’s encouragement and straightforward advice, you’ll channel your fear into powerful confidence. Don’t waste money. Don’t waste precious time. It’s time to begin your journey back to the real YOU! What are you waiting for? In this no-nonsense guide to anti-ageing strategies, you’ll learn: 1. Language: English. Narrator: Kelly Anne Sanders. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/148717/bk_acx0_148717_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Reports 2012 from the United Kingdom have underlined that eyebrow transplant has become extremely popular among Britons since the last 5 years. This surgical procedure has allowed many women to restore their eyebrows which have been overplucked over years. Other causes of missing eyebrows can be due to genetics, laser hair removal, thyroid and other hormonal abnormalities. There are some cases of trauma, burns and other types of accidents which can also result into limited eyebrows or absence of hair over the face. Eyebrow transplants can range from $5 500 to $6 000...
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. More and more women are choosing laser hair removal as an option since they thoroughly believe in its permanent effect. However, while laser hair removal is gaining in importance, beauty parlors have the tendency to recruit inexperienced beauticians that lack training! As a result, many patients end up with burns, scratches and scars...
Lasers have many application in our day to day life. From a kid to an adult or an old man is surrounded by laser. Lasers have a very much influence in the kid section as many toys are available with laser lights. Laser lighting music concert and dance performances for entertainment are gaining popularity. Lasers are also used in military purposes and in industries a for welding , cutting and many more purposes. Lasers have a very important role in medical. They are used in dermatology procedures such as removing hair, scars, marks, and tattoos and in surgical procedures also. They are also used in dentistry for caries removal, endodontic and periodontic procedures , tooth whitening and in oral surgery.
Lasers and Light Therapy is the first of its kind, offering a unique approach into the science and technology of laser and light systems. The reader will be exposed to all aspects of this specialized field whether one is working in a medical spa, day spa, or medical clinic. This book is designed to address areas of hair removal and facial / body rejuvenation from a beginning conceptual level into practical hands-on application. Detailed information of treatment protocols is explored starting with the initial consultation and skin care, to the selection of the appropriate cosmetic device, to the delivery of the laser/light technology. The management of the client¿s goals and maximization of each treatment¿s outcome is also emphasized for the reader. As one gains knowledge of this exciting new specialty, the selection and acquisition of the appropriate cosmetic device is also thoroughly examined. Business management and marketing strategies are provided to guide the reader into creating an exciting, revenue generating opportunity.
Cosmetic Medicine and Aesthetic Surgery: Strategies for Success is a must for aesthetic surgeons interested in incorporating cosmetic medicine into their practices. It is also a lifeline for surviving the economic downturn. This is the right book at the right time! It offers surgeons the tools they need to meet the increasing patient demand for nonsurgical, minimally-invasive, anti-aging procedures. The editor, Dr. Renato Saltz, is one of the visionaries in the field who has been in the forefront of plastic surgery advocating cosmetic medicine. He has chosen contributors who are experts from different specialties-plastic surgeons, dermatologists, aestheticians, and practice management consultants; they share their expertise and practical advice to provide readers with a virtual goldmine of information. An Invaluable Resource This landmark work, the first of its kind, is packed with practical information on the financial and business aspects of cosmetic medicine as well as the step-by-step clinical descriptions of noninvasive procedures. It begins with a key chapter by Dr. Saltz, Cosmetic Medicine: The Writing on the Wall, which focuses on current trends of patient demand and how cosmetic medicine can help aesthetic surgeons keep their practices busy and viable when requests for more invasive surgery are lagging. Dr. Saltz and his expert contributors show by example how cosmetic medicine services and products can breathe new life into an aesthetic surgery practice-appealing to a broader demographic consisting of young patients, baby boomers, and older patients. It is the key to practice growth and patient retention, helping aesthetic surgeons retain patients from the first visit for a nonsurgical procedure to a surgical procedure later to treat more aggressive aging changes. Practical and Comprehensive This book has something for everyone. Divided into four parts, it contains 28 comprehensive chapters. Part I includes five chapters, written by surgeons who practice what they preach. They provide pragmatic advice on choosing a practice model for incorporating cosmetic medicine into your existing surgery practice. Options range from office-based facilities in a private practice or academic setting, adjacent facilities, free-standing spas, and multi-specialty centers. Throughout each chapter, the authors focus on the advantages and disadvantages of each practice model along with specific financial and business issues that need to be considered. Part II is devoted to the Business Aspects of Cosmetic Medicine. It includes the nuts and bolts of financial and business advice for preparing a business plan, developing a financial model, staffing, marketing, and legal preparations relevant to providing cosmetic medicine products and service. Parts III and IV contain the clinical chapters, with step-by-step advice on the range of services and product options to offer as part of your cosmetic medicine menu. These chapters include information on skincare and makeup products, botox and fillers, fat grafting, laser therapy, IPL and radiofrequency, hair removal, peels and cosmeceuticals, and vitamins and hormone therapy. The last chapter, Secrets to Success, offers valuable advice for opening and sustaining a successful cosmetic medicine business within your surgical practice. Key points and 'take-away messages' are included in each chapter. Numerous preoperative and postoperative photos demonstrate results of combined surgical and nonsurgical procedures.
'Laser Dermatology: Pearls and Problems' is different from other laser dermatology books. Each of the five chapters begins by highlighting key points and essential concepts, then focuses on the pearls and problems for each area - based on the author's vast experience in the field of laser dermatology. Dr. Goldberg addresses Vascular Lasers; Laser Hair Removal; Pigmented Lesions, Tattoos, and Disorders of Hypopigmentation; Ablative Lasers and Devices and Non-Ablative Photorejuvenation and Skin Remodeling The text goes beyond the standard 'before and after' approach to use actual images to demonstrate the pearls and pitfalls discussed in the text.
Cut it, color it, perm it, shave it, braid it, wax it, highlight it, mousse it, gel it, brush it and brush it and brush it... What don't we do to our hair? Diane Simon is fascinated by people's relationship with their hair because it is both very personal one and very public. She recognizes that so much of who we are is reflected in our relationship with our hair. Diane is the curly-haired daughter of straight haired parents and has suffered much for her 'bad hair'. In researching and writing Hair: Public, Political, Personal she has used her suffering as a point of entry, a common ground to share with those who think of themselves as excluded from Western beauty norms because of their hair. In Hair: Public, Political, Personal, social and cultural issues form the backdrop for an exploration of the choices people make to transform themselves through their hair. Hair is a cultural investigation with a strong narrative momentum and a commitment to individual personalities. Join Diane on her visits to Harlem braiding salons and Hassidic wig shops, and in her quest to try every type of hair removal. Spend an afternoon with Sy Sperling at the Hair Club for Men headquarters in Boca Raton, Florida, and find out the truth about some celebrity scalps. Hair: Public, Political, Personal is candid, humorous, serious, and surprisingly revealing. Cut It, Curl It, Weave It, Bleach It, Condition It, Implant It, Blowdry It, Spray It, Tint It, Comb It, Rat It, Bob It, Perm It, Braid It, Coif It, Gel It, Wig It, Fake It, Knot It, Pull It, Dye It, Highlight It, Wave It, Shampoo It, Straighten It, Pluck It, Color It, Wax It, Clip It, Shave It, Thread It, Mousse It, Depilitorize It, Tweeze It, Hide It, Laser It, Tease It, Trim It, Chop It, Wash It, Dry It, Brush It And Brush It And Brush It And Brush It And Brush It And Brush It And Brush It And Brush It And Brush It And Brush It And Brush It And Brush It And Brush It And Brush It And Brush It And Brush It And Brush It And Brush It And Brush It And Brush It And Brush It And Brush It