Cosmetic procedures will only get you so far, but after that, you’re on your own. Dr. Muhammad Mirza wants to show you how to maintain the new you.
CEDAR GROVE, NEW JERSEY , USA, November 23, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Opting for cosmetic procedures is one of the most rewarding endeavors you can ever pay for. After all, you’re literally paying for a new you, and, while expensive, the outcome can often be priceless. But while a cosmetic procedure is a great way of improving imperfections and fixing flaws, it’s important to maintain the results after the procedures are finished. If you want to keep looking as great as you currently do for the longest possible time, it’s going to require a fair amount of upkeep that only you can provide. With the help of Dr. Muhammad Mirza, an experienced cosmetic doctor, this article will list a number of tips that help you maintain your cosmetic procedure results.
Regular Diet and Exercise
“The importance of diet and exercise cannot be overstated.” Dr. Muhammad Mirza says. “They’re key to maintaining not only a healthy body but also a healthy temperament.” Cosmetic procedures can alter and shape a body in a way that is aesthetically pleasing, but the results will only last so long as you eat correctly and exercise regularly. This means excluding sugar and other processed foods from your diet, eating a lot of leafy greens and eating way less fast food. In terms of exercise, high-intensity resistance training combined with a lot of cardio will keep you trim and healthy looking for years.
Maintain a Good Skin Care Routine
According to Dr. Muhammad Mirza, a good skin care routine is important for a number of reasons. Chiefly and foremost, it’s going to help reduce the scarring that forms as a result of the cosmetic procedure. Scarring is necessary and, in many cases, unavoidable aspect of the procedure, and while doctors will always do what they can to minimize the scarring, it’s up to you to take care of your skin once the procedure is over and you start to heal. Protect the incision area, keep it clean and out of the sun, and use topical scar creams to help reduce scarring.
Ditch the Unhealthy Habits
Just like regular exercise and diet, what you do and put into your body will have a massive effect on your appearance. This applies twofold to bad habits such as smoking and drinking alcohol. Dr. Muhammad Mirza advises getting rid of bad habits such as these to increase the likelihood of maintaining a healthier, more radiant appearance for longer.
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