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The Changing Face and Body

May 31, 2014 — 1 Comment

We live in a time of the changing face and body. What do people really look like? Your guess is as good as mine.

I can remember a time before plastic surgery was everywhere. Seriously, I do remember how it would be big news when a celebrity had a face lift, tooth whitening, or an eye or nose job. People would look drastically different.

Nowadays, with better techniques and many more non-surgical options, people start to have small pre-emptive procedures so that we never actually know how they would look and age naturally. There are now stand-alone cosmetic surgical centers where men and women can change how they look in a day, or even an hour.

When I was in graduate school and then teaching Pilates, I saw a lot of women with Botox in Philadelphia. I would notice not only the distinct lack of lines, but also the inability to move the face and emote as much as before.

Two good friends had liposuction in Philadelphia, and I have to say that they both looked fabulous after. It is a painful procedure, no matter what people tell you, but for them it was worth it.

And then a couple of my male clients decided to go for Hair Transplant in Philadelphia. If you have the money and time for a good transplant, it really works and can look quite natural. Don’t bother with, as my mom used to say, “cheap plugs”. It is not a good look!

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Lynda Lippin is an award-winning NYC-based Certified Pilates Teacher with 25 years experience, an ACE Certified Personal Trainer who specializes in TRX® and Kettlebell training, and a Usui Reiki Master. Lynda's teaching style, which is described as "nurturing yet demanding," allows her clients, such as journalist Natalie Livingstone and designer Donna Karan, to overcome basic issues of poor posture, poor alignment, stiffness, injury, and back or neck pain. Lynda Lippin's clients end up stronger, taller, more flexible, and thinner with many fewer aches and pains. Livingstone says, "Lynda is the only personal trainer I have worked with who combines hard-core cardio, super-toning but not bulking weight circuits and expert pilates. Her results speak for themselves...." Contact Lynda Lippin to schedule a session or for more information.

One response to The Changing Face and Body

  1. I’m not against surgery. But I’m not a fan of it either.
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