With the economy tanking, nipping and tucking for thousands of dollars is one of the last things on our minds. That’s why we put together this guide of high-powered products that deliver results to all those areas frequently targeted for surgery…without the recovery time, or the investment.
Today on Better.tv, SheFinds goes on air to show you some of the solutions we dug up for our Plastic Surgery At Home guide.
Instead of injecting Botox (aka botulinum toxin, which can be petty lethal if you ingest it) into your face, try an external solution. The makers of Amatokin Eye Cream ($109) say it uses the body’s own stem cells to rejuvenate skin and reduce wrinkles. Poker Face Crease & Wrinkle Relief Cream ($94.50) contains ingredients that release skin’s natural muscle relaxers.
For a non-surgical brast lift, wear Bring It Up Breast Lifts ($20), which stick on to breasts and lift them from the top – so much so that ladies with A through D cups won’t even need a bra. Bralief ($10) pulls bra straps to the center of your back, raising breasts with them.
As a chemical-peel alternative, use Kiehl’s Overnight Biological Peel ($42) – the company claims it works as well as a 10% glycolic peel, softening and brightening the skin and evening out hyperpigmentation.
Finally, ditch those dreams of liposuction – it’s gross and it hurts. Skineez Skincarewear ($68) is a thigh slimmer that comes pre-treated with anti-cellulite Skintex. If you’d rather a standalone cream, try Liz Earle Energising Hip & Thigh Gel ($33), which can also be used on your tummy and upper arms.
And for similar non-surgical solutions, don't forget to check out the Plastic Surgery At Home guide.