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- serving an esthetic rather than a useful purpose; "cosmetic fenders on cars"; "the buildings were utilitarian rather than decorative"
- Affecting only the appearance of something rather than its substance
- a toiletry designed to beautify the body
- serving an aesthetic purpose in beautifying the body; "cosmetic surgery"; "enhansive makeup"
- Involving or relating to treatment intended to restore or improve a person's appearance
- Designed or serving to improve the appearance of the body, esp. the face
- An agreement between two or more parties as to what each party will do for the other
- an agreement between parties (usually arrived at after discussion) fixing obligations of each; "he made a bargain with the devil"; "he rose to prominence through a series of shady deals"
- dicker: negotiate the terms of an exchange; "We bargained for a beautiful rug in the bazaar"
- A thing bought or offered for sale more cheaply than is usual or expected
- an advantageous purchase; "she got a bargain at the auction"; "the stock was a real buy at that price"
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Beauty from Afar: A Medical Tourist's Guide to Affordable and Quality Cosmetic Care Outside the U.S.
A nip here, a tuck there. Less fat on the belly, butt, and thighs. More than half of all American adults admit they wouldn't mind looking "a little more perfect"-if they could afford the high price of plastic surgery. Now they can, by joining the flocks of medical tourists who are venturing to exotic overseas locales for cosmetic procedures that are equal to or better than those provided by the best doctors in Beverly Hills for as little as 10 percent of the cost.
It's how journalist Jeff Schult got his new smile, and he was so impressed with his experience that he went on to investigate the medical tourist industry and top medical centers from Costa Rica to Brazil to Thailand. The result is Beauty from Afar, a guide that offers consumers the pros and cons of traveling abroad for cosmetic or other elective surgeries. Readers will get the facts on the locations, the doctors, and the facilities, as well as the spa-like resorts where patients recover. The book also offers guidelines on how to do your own research, interview prospective surgeons, and get information about hospitals and amenities-what to expect every step of the way, even when you're back home. Beauty from Afar gives new meaning to the idea of going on vacation and coming back renewed.
Catch of the day!
Went to a flea market in a small town last sunday for camera hunting. The hunting was good that day: 2 x Olympus Trip 35 (one with case, B+W UV filter & lens cover). Both in excellent condition with Olympus D. Zuiko 1:2.8 f=40mm lens. Ricoh 500 GX with operating lightmeter & replaced seals. This one has a color Rikenon f=40mm f/2.8. Yashica 35-ME with Yashinon 35mm f/2.8. Came with flash (broken glass). All in original cases. Zeiss Ikon Contina LK (great cosmetic shape, but lens is a bit off). The lens is a Color-Pantar 1:2.8/45. This nice collection set me back a staggering 8,50 euro, including entrance fee. Ricoh & Olympus #1: 3 Euro Zeiss Ikon & Olympus #2: 4 Euro Yashica: 50 cents (yeah, I know.....) Entrance: 1 euro. Pretty good day.........
Made out like a bandit!
I made out like a bandit this winter at the Bath & Body Works and Victoria's Secret semi-annual sales. I got 2 tubes of Pink lotion, 2 bottles of Pout lotion, Japanese cherry blossom shower gel, hand cream, mini bottle of lotion, rainkissed leaves lotion, blackberry amber shower gel and a Pout perfume/lip gloss gift set for a grand total of $60. Full retail on those two bottles of Pout lotion alone would've been $64! I love bargains.
It started with a harmless quest for perfect wash-and-go hair. Every girl wants it, and Siobhan O’Connor and Alexandra Spunt finally found it in a fancy salon treatment. They were thrilled?until they discovered that the magic ingredient was formaldehyde.
Shocked, O’Connor and Spunt left no bottle unturned. If it went on their body (and thus, was absorbed into their skin and bloodstream), they researched it. As it turns out, many of those unpronounceable ingredients in your self-tanner and leave-in conditioner are not regulated and the ?natural” on your face wash doesn’t mean what you think it does.
Now, with the help of top scientists, dermatologists, and makeup artists, the authors share their compelling findings and the easy way to detoxify your beauty regimen. No More Dirty Looks also reveals the safest, most effective products on the market and time-tested home recipes. Finally, you don’t need to sacrifice health for beauty?because coming clean is the best look yet.