January 28, 2015 | Posted by highervis
As a society we seem to put a premium on our outside aesthetic appearance. I know that in the United States we have developed into a country that has allowed many of us to bypass thought of our basic needs (food, shelter, water) and focus on items such as our exterior appearance. Now I will almost guarantee that if you are like me you look at yourself in the mirror multiple times a day. Mirrors seem to be everywhere I go and they are unavoidable it seems. In the morning when you are getting ready you look in the mirror. Every time you go to the bathroom and wash up, there is a mirror. You might even catch yourself looking at your skin in the rear view mirror of the car. What about catching your reflection as you pass a window! No wonder we seem to put such a premium on our appearance, we tend to look at ourselves a lot whether we mean to or not. Now most of us see ourselves as a beautiful work of art in different stages of production. We may notice something about our skin, but it doesn’t bother us and we accept that we are aging gracefully. We are happy with our appearance and through our daily skin care routine of using J Bio Serums; we love the way our skin looks younger, more vibrant and glows. Now I have never met a person that doesn’t enjoy a nice complement or question about what have they been doing to their skin to make it look so beautiful. My answer is always, I simple use the J Bio Serum line up and the Growth Factors have worked wonders.
For others we see ourselves as a road construction project. A project that requires a shutdown and renovation to get the results we seek. That usually means we have problems that we wish a medical professional should take care of and change. It may not really be needed, but sometimes it makes us feel better.
At the end of the day I have come to a pretty simple conclusion. That is for the most part people do not care about the way our skin looks nearly as much as we think. It sort of would be like if you are giving a speech. Say your speech is thirty minutes long. During the speech you forget a point or two, but you go on and complete the speech. At the end everyone gives you a round of applause and tells you it was a great speech. They did not know you forgot two points, only you did. To them you gave a great speech. Too you, you messed up. In my eyes most of the people I come across are beautiful and kind people. That is what I notice, not the issues they usually perceive wrong with their skin.
Now to talk about the topic of Plastic Surgery and the group of people who use this as an alternative. I guess the first question I need answered is, what is plastic surgery?
This is the answer you find on Wikipedia:
Plastic surgery is a medical specialty concerned with the “correction” or restoration of form and function. Though cosmetic or aesthetic surgery is the best-known kind of plastic surgery, plastic surgery is not necessarily cosmetic; and includes many types of reconstructive surgery, Craniofacial surgery, hand surgery, microsurgery, and the treatment of burns.
In short it is taking someone’s appearance issue and diminishing it, we hope, to make them look and feel better. Some procedures that people receive are surgical in nature and some are minimally invasive. Some surgical procedures might be a breast augmentation a nose reshaping or all too favorite, liposuction. No-invasive procedures would be things like chemical peels, laser hair removal and microdermabrasion’s.
Through some simple research we have found that last year the following procedures were completed and the trend of procedures is on the rise. Most of the increase is coming in the form on non-invasive procedures and injectable products. These statistics can be found at: http://plasticsurgery.org
- 15.1 million cosmetic surgeries were performed
- Almost 10,000 buttock augmentations were performed
- More than 55,000 anti-aging neck procedures were completed
- 2.2 million soft tissue fillers were completed
- 1.2 million Chemical peels were completed
- 216,000 eyelid surgeries were completed
- 133,000 facelifts were performed
In my travels and having meet tens of thousands of people that have used J Bio serums with Growth Factors at shows, conferences and just around different places. I have come to one pretty overwhelming conclusion; and that is people are overwhelmingly beautiful from both a physical and spiritual standpoint. Makeup, no makeup, happy, sad, up, down it does not matter, as together we have the capabilities to bring the best qualities out of each other as people.
As we grow older and age, we should age with grace and beauty, the way it is supposed to be. Along the way we might find some quality skin care product lines, like J Bio Serums to use. We should strive to do the best that we can to take care of our bodies, mind and spirit. It’s not always going to be easy, but it never is.
Always remember that you are loved and thought of, that we care about you and we want you to be happy with your skin.