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How To Get Free Cosmetic Surgery

Cosmetic surgeries to supplement or enhance the body can cost anywhere from a few hundred dollars to a few thousand dollars. Let it be, most people want to look good and everyone has a different idea of ​​what looks good on themselves. Cosmetic surgery in some cases can increase one's confidence or help them recover from possible traumatic events by reducing scars or burns.

Most people do not acknowledge that their appearance matters to them but far, many people have the need to belong and fit in with the group. If you look different, you might not always. It's just human nature and it's natural. Hope you don't surround yourself with superficial people though but unfortunately these people do exist. If you personally want to improve your appearance then go there. You're the one who will finally be happy in the end.

After all, this is the way to get free cosmetic surgery at a minimal cost.

Clean skin
We can define clear skin as acne free, not red or swollen, smooth and have natural light. Hey, isn't that good? We can achieve healthy light and acne-free skin by:

• use natural and organic face wash and moisturizer
• Heals our gut by eating anti-inflammatory foods (think less processed foods and more whole foods)
• including healthy fats and fatty acids in our diet such as GLA and omega 3
• reduce stress through music, exercise, meditation, dance, reading, nature, etc.
• Balance hormones (especially for women) by incorporating cross vegetables in their daily diet

Lift Face (~ $ 6000)
As we age our skin starts to lose its elasticity. What once was a tight and firm skin has now evoked gravity and began to slacken. We can delay this process by adding it to our daily regimen:

• Vitamin C - humans do not produce their own Vitamin C. We must get it from our diet and through supplements. Vitamin C is responsible for the production of collagen in the body. Collagen is a substance that basically holds the whole body together. When we have enough Vitamin C in our diet, it keeps our skin healthy and protects our skin cells from UV damage.
• Includes many colorful vegetables and fruits in the diet - high in Vitamin C

Tummy Tuck / Liposuction (~ $ 3000)
One of my most frequently asked questions is, "How do I lose my belly fat?". Unfortunately we can't lose fat without real surgery but there is something we can do. When we lose fat through diet and exercise, it loses our body where it wants to. Some people lose fat quickly on their faces or arms, while others lose fat quickly on their feet, we are all very different. The key is patience because the equivalent of tuck or liposuction is a loss of fat that takes time. Here's what you can do:

• Create a calorie deficit by spending energy through exercise and reducing your calorie intake.
• Track your calorie intake by using apps on your mobile device
• Keep your protein intake low to ensure that you lose muscle and lose most of the fat
• Be consistent and patient, this process takes time

Breast lift (~ $ 4000)
Again, similar to the face lift where gravity takes it, we can fight gravity by building and strengthening the chest wall muscles. It is important to remember that to build these muscles (and no, you will not become a hulk), you need to eat enough food to support muscle growth and you must lift heavy weights. Here are some exercises you can use to build your chest muscles that will help lift your breasts:

• Push Ups
• Press Bench
• Incline Press
• Reject Press
• Fly Pec

Butt Lift (~ $ 5000)
Lately, there have been big, brave and raised ass all the rage. If your back is sluggish it is probably due to gluten deficiency and higher body fat. I recommend working first to build your glute muscles to achieve a round, stout and elevated shape. It's important to remember, just like in the breast augmentation section that to build muscle you need to lift weights and eat enough calories to support muscle growth. Consistency with your training is very important here as it takes time. Train gluteal muscles from all angles for best results. Here are some great exercises to combine that really target these muscles:

• Glute retinal pain
• Single-Leg Glute Bridge
• Barbell Squat
• Romanian Deadlifts and conventional Deadlifts
• Reverse Hyper-extensions
• Hip abduction

Please note: it's important to be safe when exercising so often consult your healthcare provider before starting or other fitness and nutrition protocols. Hire a personal trainer to make sure you are training properly to prevent injury.

The suggestions above require a bit of effort and may have some indirect financial costs, but only think about how much money you will save without fixing the quick surgery!


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