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    Botulin injections to fight wrinkles at Janis Gilis Private Clinic (Latvia)

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    Result-oriented anti-ageing beauty packages at Acibadem Hospitals (Turkey)

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    Polarized light therapy Bioptron to smooth scars at MDTC (Lithuania)

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    VASER LipoSelection body sculpturing at Preecha Aesthetic Institute (Thailand)

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    Teknon Medical Center (Spain): Aqualix liposuction and cavitation treatment

There’s much more overseas cosmetology specialists can offer than you think

If you care about the appearance of the person looking at you from the mirror, then here’s what you need to know about cosmetology.

Types of cosmetology include beauty therapy (wraps, body and face massage, skin care, hair and eyebrow tinting, hair removal in certain cases), aesthetics (facials, waxing, microdermabrasion), electrology (hair removal with the application of electrolysis), etc.

Beauty treatments aim at decorating, protecting, and healing

Surfing the web in search of cosmetic procedures, it will also be useful to know that cosmetology can be decorative, protective, and remedial. Decorative cosmetology aims at modifying the look with the use of hair styling, manicure, pedicure, and make-up. Protective cosmetology involves preventive health procedures such as massages, skin care, wraps etc. Remedial cosmetology implies the use of slimming, pigmatogenic, and antiseborrheic products.

Patients browsing cosmetology also inquire about dentistry, dermatology, and melanoma treatment with Rigvir. 

5 questions to ask your cosmetologist during your first appointment at an overseas clinic:

  1. What is your education/experience in cosmetology?
  2. What type of diagnostic method will you be using?
  3. How does the follow-up care look like?
  4. How long will the procedure last and how much will it cost?
  5. What are possible side effects of the procedure?