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cosmetic surgeryHave you ever noticed how actors, actresses or your friends seem to look younger and refreshed each spring?  They have their most aggressive cosmetic surgery, skin care treatments and even drastic haircuts done in the winter (Jimenez, 2013).

If you are considering laser resurfacing or aggressive chemical peels, you can stay indoors to recover from flaking and peeling, or recover from facelifts until swelling and bruising subside.  You also do not have to worry about the sun having an impact on your “new” skin.  For those considering a tummy tuck or breast augmentation, you can hide behind bulky sweaters until you are ready to reveal a svelte new figure!

To read more on this topic, click on the following link:

Jimenez, A. (2013, January 8). Winter is the best season for cosmetic surgery. Retrieved January 18, 2013, from New Beauty: http://www.newbeauty.com/hottopic/blogpost/7022-is-winter-the-best-season-for-cosmetic-surgery/