Indulge with Aquarius
As we ease into colder weather and one of the busiest times of the year, don’t forget to take some time out for yourself to relax and unwind. As winners of the World Luxury Medispa award in 2018, Aquarius Health & Medispa and Cosmetic Image Clinics know how to treat their clients to some much needed R&R. As we bustle into mid-year, we become more and more consumed with work and life, often forgetting to take some time out for ourselves for a mid-week treat, or a few hours of relaxation over the weekend. On Tuesdays, Aquarius Health & Medispa offers 20% off facials and body rituals – the perfect way to rejuvenate your body and help you to take charge of the rest of the week. The Linda Meredith Facial To The Stars, known as the ‘Queen of Facials’, is an indulgent treatment offered at this world class medispa. This iconic facial is loved by celebrities including the likes of Kate Moss, Kim Kardashian, Naomi Campbell and Gwyneth Paltrow – proving they’re worth every cent.
The famous celebrity facial works powerfully to enrich and support the skin, inclusive of essential oils, vitamins and active ingredients. Some of its benefits include intense hydration, anti-ageing and the reduction of breakouts. If you’re in need of something a little stronger that can achieve ongoing results, book in for the collagen stimulating Vampire Facial for just $300. Or if you’re needing some time to reconnect with your significant other, a 60 minute couples massage may be just what you need. Just $149 and complete with a complementary glass of bubbles, it’s the perfect way to end your working week on a Friday afternoon, or a great way to begin your weekend on a Saturday morning. READ MORE ONLINE AQUARIUS HEALTH & MEDISPA LEVEL 2, 70D MARY ST, CBD P 3009 5111 AQUARIUSHEALTHMEDISPA.COM.AU
New technology Dr Matthew Peters from Valley Plastic Surgery explains the technical advancements now being seen in breast augmentation surgery. Dr Matthew Peters has just returned from a meeting in California, where 24 plastic surgeons from across the globe discussed and assessed emerging technologies and prototypes that are now available for breast augmentation surgery, and what they will mean for patients. Dr Peters understands there’s a vast range of knowledge amongst patients when it comes to breast augmentation techniques. While many patients are focused on the technique alone, there’s now a shift occurring, with more interest being paid to the type of implants used and their safety. Recent research has determined that certain types of breast implants are linked to a rare form of cancer called Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma. Another concern present in today’s literature is Breast Implant Illness, a STYLEMAGAZINES.COM.AU
symptom complex described in relation to the presence of breast implants. When coupled with our increasing awareness of our own role in maintaining health and wellness, it’s no surprise that the technological details of products such as breast implants in use are being questioned. There now exists multiple breast implant surfaces, gel types and behaviours, and of course, shapes. A detailed consultation and assessment with a FRACS specialist plastic surgeon will provide you with your available implant options and the associated risks. The look you desire, how your body and the implant will interact, and the degree of physical activity that you undertake will all be considered in determining what might suit. Be open and honest, and ask as many questions as you need to. It is elective surgery and you have to be
confident with your decision. Any surgery or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified medical practitioner. READ MORE ONLINE VALLEY PLASTIC SURGERY 51 BALLOW ST, FORTITUDE VALLEY P 3488 8118 VALLEYPLASTICSURGERY.COM.AU
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