Looking forward to treating the good people of Whitsundays this week.
There hasn’t been a female doctor at this practice before so if you’ve been putting off your smear test or you’re after advice on family planning, a skin check or even cosmetic injectables, now’s your chance to book in.
Every day horror stories are published in the news about botched lips following dodgy lip filler procedures. Common themes tend to be inexperienced injectors and not understanding facial anatomy.
Other than being an art form, cosmetic injectables are also a science. The face carries a number of important vessels, which, if injected with filler can cause complications such as skin tissue death. This can be avoided by choosing an injector who understands where all of these vessels lie, how deep to inject the product and how to deal with such complications if they happen. And of course how to keep those lips looking gorgeous at the same time.💋 So if you’re thinking about having fillers this weekend, I’m encouraging you all to do your due diligence and research a fully qualified trained cosmetic practitioner to keep your lips as happy, healthy and sexy as these ones. 👄
One of the most rewarding aspects of being a non-surgical injectables trainer is being in a position where I can seriously advocate the risks involved and the safest methods of injecting. Helping to contribute to a new generation of safe cosmetic injectable physicians.
This weekend I’m headed to Melbourne to work along side a fantastic team teaching doctors, dentists and nurses safe cosmetic injectables.
So far this year rates of flu virus have almost doubled from what they were during the same time last year.
Most people will recover from the flu, however young children and older adults may be seriously affected. Symptoms can include feeling shivery with fever 🤒, headache 🤕, muscle aches, sore throat, sneezing 🤧, tiredness and a dry cough. If you are concerned about these symptoms or they worsen it is important to seek medical advice immediately.
There are some easy steps to avoid getting the flu, from the flu vaccination, to covering your mouth when you sneeze or cough, washing your hands regularly particularly after being in communal areas like the toilet, cleaning surfaces regularly at home and avoiding close contact with others when you’re not feeling well.
So with the school holidays about to kick off are you protected from the flu? 😷