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When it comes to cosmetic procedures, it’s important to be as informed as possible. With help from Vogue’s bi-annual guide to cosmetic enhancement and anti-ageing, this is the definitive guide to the best practitioners in Australia
The average age of the Australian woman is getting older, with a longer life expectancy. Her aim is to look as young as she can, for as long as possible. She is continually on the lookout for the easiest way to achieve this. It’s important to do your homework carefully. The wrong treatment or going to a non-trained clinician can create exactly what you do not want — a bad result.
The best skin care preparation pre-treatment or surgery will yield the best results with the fastest healing time, so it is equally as important to work out what skincare products work best for your skins needs.
Vogue has just published its seventh cosmetic enhancement and anti-aging bi-annual, which does all the hard homework for you. Vogue’s guest editor is one of the most highly regarded plastic surgeons in Australia, Dr.Hugh Bartholomeusz. He’s president of the Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons, as well as the recipient of an AOM, in which he was awarded for his services to medicine.
Vogue works closely with the Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons making sure that any information published about surgery is accurate. For the non- surgical area, Vogue liaises with the Australian College of Aesthetic Medicine to help them wade through all the information available to give readers the fact, not fiction.
Vogue also has a board of experts for every issue of the magazine, who together with their guest editor and the approved cosmetic enhancement bodies make sure what they deliver is the best information available.
For this seventh issue Vogue’s expert panel consists of cosmetic dentist, Dr. Sarkis Nalbandian, dermatologist, Dr. Shobhan Manoharan, cosmetic plastic surgeons, Dr. Anh Nguyen, Dr. Alex Phoon and Dr. Rohit Kumar, cosmetic physicians, Dr. Jack Ting, hairdresser and director of Headcase hair, Jon Pulitano and Vincent Noble, creative director of makeup artistry and education for Bobbi Brown, Kai Vinson, and fragrance expert, founder and director of Libertine Parfumerie, Nick Smart.
A must-not-miss story in this issue is an interview with a very brave woman who was the victim of botched surgery performed overseas. It really will make you think twice about travelling overseas for your cosmetic surgery ,especially when we have such great and highly trained doctors here.
In this issue we continue our series about the best hotels for women to stay at around the world.
You will also be updated on all the latest products and treatments and hopefully gain a better understanding of how important sunscreen is from our interview with Dr. Geoffrey Heber.
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