Beauty at a Price

A little Asian bird told me that nightingale poop does wonders for the skin, along with pineapple slices, applied directly to the face. Along with these unconventional things, Japanese women have been drinking collagen extract to improve the texture of their skin. This has been proven to work and also has a very beneficial effect on the joints in someone’s body. I am wondering if people in America will be ready to scoop bird poop for their skin…

Lasik is no longer the only way to revive eyes without eye glasses or contact lenses. A new pioneering method involves the placing of a new generation of implantable “Crystalens” which can improve vision to 20/15! These lens are intraocular lenses (IOLs) which help restore all-distance vision to aging eyes. These are being offered by Dr Paul Dougherty, who has been working in Lasik surgery for a number of years now and has offices all over the Los Angeles/Ventura County area.


2 responses to “Beauty at a Price

  1. Is this procedure going to replace Lasik?

  2. For a minute I thought you had commented “Is this procedure [really] going to replace Lasik?”

    Lasik, as a brand, is unsurpassed and reflects the power of medical branding. However, fed on a diet of hospital shows and bad news, it is not surprising that the American public might be a little punch drunk about it. Implantable “Crystalens” is a real revolutionary process which will certainly run side-by-side with Lasik in its universal appeal. There will certainly be a take-up of this technology because of its minimal invasion, its lower price and its ultimate power to produce better than normal vision!

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