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    its comic gold and so spot-on regarding hollywood and beverly hills bitches

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    Had a phone consultation today - it's £500 PER hand. Bastards.
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    wow! how long are the results supposed to last?

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    Up to two years they reckon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by holly View Post
    I have to wash my hands many times a day (or use the foam hand sanitizer) at my job & this has destroyed my hands & nails. I don't have time to put lotion on every time. My hands used to look nice, but not so much these days!
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    Ladies get ready, it's bad when it starts to happen. My face doesn't look very wrinkled at all but this last year I notice my hands are getting a little crepey and at night the veins are starting to bulge out, plus the tendons are more apparent now. I thought I was going to age gracefully but when this crap happens you kind of freak out. I could see getting some treatments to make them look better. Hope they come up with something less $$$ though.

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    I wash my hands a lot during the day but I use sorbelene hand wash and carry hand cream and sun block with me everywhere and use them all the time. Even though it's tiresome I would rather do this for the rest of my life than ever inject any crap into my hands - I need them for work (and to live!) but then I'd never inject anything into my face either because I'd be too terrified of a botch job. Having lived my whole life in the harsh Australian sun I make sure I cover up whenever I'm outside, so I look like one of those Asian women someone mentioned earlier - big floppy hat and long sleeves that cover my arms and hands.

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    I think it's great what you are doing but covering up isn't going to prevent stringy tendons, cause the fat disappears from the hand. Wish I could relocate it from my ass LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Palermo View Post
    I think it's great what you are doing but covering up isn't going to prevent stringy tendons, cause the fat disappears from the hand. Wish I could relocate it from my ass LOL
    I guess I'm lucky that I still have chubby hands!

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    I have a lot that I'm willing to donate for arse-to-hand-fat-grafts...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Novice View Post
    I have a lot that I'm willing to donate for arse-to-hand-fat-grafts...


    FaithAnne - I'm the same but in a northern hemisphere with little sunshine.
    I have plenty to donate too but to me that's one of the secrets of staying younger looking - moisturise, drink lots of water, cover up in the sun and try to keep a little fat on your frame. I look the same age as I did 10 years ago just because I'm not over-exercising anymore (well my face does - obviously I don't look as good in a swimsuit but I can live with that).

    I copped a lot of stick 20 years ago from my friends when I'd go to the beach covered head to toe in cheesecloth, going swimming in a long sleeved top and re-applying sunscreen all day. Now those beach babies look like wrinkled old leather and they're thinking that maybe I might have been on to something.

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    Beverly Hills Plastic Surgery Insider » Skin Care

    RADIESSE® May Turn Back the Hands of Time
    November 2nd, 2010

    Marina Plastic Surgery, Radiesse

    Besides the face, our hands are one of the first places to show signs of aging. Even people with beautiful facial skin and youthful body contours can still give away their age by the appearance of their hands. With age spots, sun damage, wrinkles and veins, our hands and fingers eventually show wear and tear. Now with different Los Angeles skin care treatments, patients can enjoy younger looking hands with the use of wrinkle fillers such as RADIESSE®.
    Plump up the Volume

    A major reason why the hands appear aged is because skin loses elasticity and volume, exposing veins, tendons and joints. RADIESSE is injected below the skin to replenish volume. Not only does RADISSE work to plump the skin for a rejuvenated appearance, it also works to stimulate collagen growth for a naturally enhanced fullness. Through the use of this particular wrinkle filler, results are seen right after treatment.

    The great part about RADIESSE for hand rejuvenation is that it gives the hands a soft, natural look and feel. Many patients at my practice have been very pleased with their RADIESSE treatment for aging hands, and have also considered the treatment for their facial rejuvenation.

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    ^^^^SPAM!!!!! Lol
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    i know, but I was reading that blog and just had to share with you guys! I'm still waiting for Grimm's view on all of this especially the feet plastic surgery thread

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