Non-Surgical Nose Job
During my teenage years there were two things about me that I was unhappy about, one my hair colour, because I was bullied, I hated my ginger hair, but as I approached adulthood, it soon became my favourite thing about me. Then there was my nose. I hated my nose, especially how bumpy it was. I remember holding down the tip of my nose in the hope it would straighten itself out - which of course, it never did, no matter how long and how many times I held/squashed it down. Again, as I grew older, I learnt to accept my nose, and it's never was a priority for me to be concerned about. But, as I approach 40s and I grow older, I'm finding that I am becoming more conscious about myself and my nose is the one thing that is creeping up on my self-esteem, and it is quickly becoming the one thing I would change about me.
I will probably never be brave enough to get a nose job (surgical), plastic surgery scares the bejabers out of me; going under the knife, long recovery time etc. - reading the horror stories online doesn't help either.
So what is a non-surgical nose job?
A non-surgical nose job is performed by injecting filler to correct bumpiness and create a smooth slope on the bridge of the nose. Depending on the type of filler that is used, is dependent on how long your result lasts.
It can correct curves, bumps, and lumps, making your nose appear smaller (even though it's technically getting bigger). And, the injections last anywhere from three months to two years, depending on the type you choose, before slowly dissolving.
Although, it still involves needles (needles scare the heck out of me), I think a non-surgical nose job is something I would give a go, to see the results. There is no down time afterwards as well, and is super quick and easy.
For more information: http://www.dore.sg/nose-job-without-surgery/
It seems from my research that, as with other non-surgical procedures, these types of treatments are becoming more and more popular. Why?, these revolutionary new treatments mean it is no longer necessary to face up to the scalpel!