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Men and Cosmetic Plastic Surgery: Keeping it Smart and Safe

Wednesday, December 12th, 2018

An increasing number of men are choosing cosmetic plastic surgery and non-surgical cosmetic procedures to help them look and feel their best. In this Weekly Dose of Beauty, find out the most important things men should look for when choosing a plastic surgeon, to make sure they get the best results from their procedures–and safely.

The Real Price of Medical Tourism

Wednesday, November 28th, 2018

Medical tourism– visiting a country in order to take advantage of lower cost surgery options. While this might seem like a smart choice for your wallet, it may not be the wisest move in some other, very important ways. This Weekly Dose of Beauty article discusses the dangers of medical tourism– not only to your health but to your legal rights as a patient traveling overseas. Find out why the price of your surgery may be more than you bargained for.

Safety Is the Most Important Point When It Comes to Injectables

Thursday, November 8th, 2018


You see an ad online for injectables at a discount and you can’t believe your good luck. But are you really saving money in the long run? And do you get what you pay for? Find out why those supposedly great deals on injectables can cause you greater issues in the long run. Learn more in our Weekly Dose of Beauty article.

One Very Baaaad Idea for a Fat Injection

Wednesday, March 28th, 2018

Filler and fat injections can be very beneficial to helping you gain a younger-looking, smoother, more flattering You. But… it’s so important to first ensure any procedure is done by a board-certified physician using only FDA-approved injectables. In this Weekly Dose of Beauty, our selected article discusses what not to do. Dr. McCafferty is quoted.

The Changing Face of FDA Personal Care Product Regulations

Friday, June 30th, 2017

Concerned about the safety of your personal care products? Well, a new bill could give the FDA greater authority to regulate the beauty products you use every day. In this Weekly Dose of Beauty, find out more about the bill that was proposed on Thursday of this week, and find out how it could affect the products you use, enhance access to ingredient information and increase the ability to recall questionable products.

Some Lip Service on the Topic of Filler Safety

Wednesday, October 26th, 2016
FullSizeRender[3]Interested in fuller lips through lip injections? For our latest Weekly Dose of Beauty article, NewBeauty discusses which fillers are safe and which you should avoid. Dr. McCafferty is quoted.
  • What’s Really Safe to Have Injected into Your Lips: https://www.newbeauty.com/hottopic/blogpost/9977-lip-injection-safety/

A Foundation for Better Beauty Product Safety

Wednesday, September 28th, 2016

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Consumers need to able to trust the products they buy—and that includes beauty products like makeup. That’s why a new bill– the Personal Care Safety Act– is so important. In this Weekly Dose of Beauty, find out how the bill will affect the beauty products you buy:

Celebrate Skin Cancer Awareness Month with a Screening

Thursday, May 12th, 2016

SpotSkinCancerLogoMay is Skin Cancer Awareness Month, so don’t forget your yearly mole check! Our Weekly Dose of Beauty article discusses what it involves and details the process of removing a suspect mole.

The Truth About Breast Augmentation and Breast-Feeding

Wednesday, March 23rd, 2016

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One of today’s hottest topics in aesthetic plastic surgery is the question of whether it’s still possible to breast feed with breast implants. And the answer? That depends a lot on a number of different factors, including the initial reason for the implants, as well as the way the implants were inserted. Many expecting mothers with implants also voice concerns about potential toxic exposure to the silicone in implants: is breastfeeding with implants safe? Find out these details and more in our informative Weekly Dose of Beauty article:

Some Soothing News On EOS Lipbalms?

Wednesday, January 20th, 2016

EOSLipbalmYou may have heard about the class action lawsuit against the EOS brand of lipbalms, where individuals claim the balm caused cracking and blistering of the lips. So how safe is EOS lipbalm overall and what is the chance of your experiencing the same effects? Find out in our selected Weekly Dose of Beauty article: