They say, beauty is only skin deep.
There’s a joke that follows it: “Well, that’s good enough for me. What do I need– a beautiful liver?”
Well, surely you do!
Being beautiful is definitely not skin deep. A good looker has to be in the pink of health for starters.
Say, for example, can a person with liver cirrhosis look good with the jaundice, the pigmentation that follows, the ascites, the spider naevi, etc? First, treat the disease causing these.
Or, can someone with unhealthy gums and poor dental care flash a charming smile if there was yellow, crooked or missing teeth?
Nay, but I think that being beautiful is the epitome of being in the pink of health! Looking good is an expression of good health.
And when you’ve taken care of the rest, what is it to take a few more steps to look like you’ll live forever? It is a blessing to seek aesthetic enhancements– it shows you’re well enough to consider it.
Well, I’m not talking about undergoing the knife to look like Angelina Jolie or Brad Pitt. Just a few safe and low down-time procedures to improve on your natural features.
That’s what I do for people– aesthetically enhancing the natural features while not changing the basic structure at all.
Of course, there are times when minimally invasive is limited and a plastic surgeon’s scalpel is required to right the wrong.
However, truth be told, most times, all one really needs is that little bit here and that little bit there to bring out the confident glow again– is it not?