Sunday, 22 August 2010

Non surgery cosmetic procedures

Whilst doing research for my paraben and SLS free products (post found here) I came across this set of products on Cult Beauty.

Rodial tummy tuck sticks - £48 for 14 x 6g sticks
Surgery cost: £3,800 - £5,200

You simply mix 1 stick with 100ml of water and shake until it's dissolved. Use after your main meal everyday for 2 weeks for a flatter tummy.

Rodial tummy tuck gel - £100 for 125ml
Surgery cost: £3,800 - £5,200
Massage it on to your tummy area daily and you could loose 2cm in 8 weeks.

Rodial Glamotox - £98 for 50ml
Surgery cost: £300 a go
A non-invasive alternative to botox. This a daily moisturiser with SPF and plumping agents. It also has a temporary muscle freezing effect which will help prevent new wrinkles from forming.

Rodial boob job - £125 for 100ml
Surgery cost: £3,400 - £5,000This had ingredients to firm, uplift, plump and tone the bust area. It claims to increase your bust size by 8.4% in 54 days (approximately half a cup size).

Colax Aloe Vera Colon Cleanse tablets - £4.49 for 30 tablets
Colonic Irrigation: £60 for 1 hour treatment

Finally is a product which acts as a mini colonic irrigation. I found this from Boots but it's available from most health food shops.
You take 1 tablet every evening and overnight it works by cleansing you colon and intestines of all the bad stuff in there and it also helps to keep you regular! A few people at work have started taking these and all I can say is that if you're planning on going on a long trip the next day miss your tablet the night before!

Would anyone consider giving these a go instead of going under the knife or just for a bit of a 'lift'? I have to admit I would be tempted but they're a lot of money (excluding the colax) to try something.

Images from: Cult Beauty
Surgery prices from: Private Health
Colax from: Boots


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