Long Beach, CA (PRWEB) January 29, 2007
The recent surge in cosmetic eye surgery demonstrates the need for increased education for the many people wanting to improve their appearance and especially for those considering a procedure to enhance the eyes. The general public needs to know that a surgical eyelift for cosmetic purposes might be obsolete and probably unnecessary according to Cynthia Rowland, creator of Facial Magic.
"Anyone considering a brow lift, eyelid surgery or under eye work must know there are serious drawbacks and possible complications to every surgery and that no procedure is absolutely safe," states Rowland. "There is an all natural eye lift alternative that can produce astounding results in less time than it takes to heal from any surgical procedure. You can self treat with one or two simple exercise movements and have amazing results that absolutely rivals the success of surgery."
Over 200,000 elective eye surgeries were performed in 2005 that raised drooping eyebrows, removed fatty tissue and tightened aging skin around the eyes at an average cost of $3,000 to $5,000 for each procedure.
"Drooping eyebrows are usually the first sign of aging and many people believe they can only correct this with surgery. It's just not true," claims Rowland. "Exercise can stop the need for cosmetic surgery and with exercise the risk of complications goes to zero."
"I encourage everyone to become better informed regarding elective surgical procedures. There are huge downsides that people tend to gloss over and dismiss when they see Mother Nature tromping across their face," Rowland says.
Those downsides include pain, infection, disappointment, scarring, loss of sensation, discoloration, bruising and blurred vision. With exercise you look refreshed and revitalized - Yes, it's true, you can look younger and fool Mother Nature without surgery, drugs or invasive procedures.