CruiseCompete's Cruise Podcast

Cosmetic Procedures at Sea (CruiseCompete Cruise Bite #6)

December 03, 2019 Season 10 Episode 6
CruiseCompete's Cruise Podcast
Cosmetic Procedures at Sea (CruiseCompete Cruise Bite #6)
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CruiseCompete's Cruise Podcast
Cosmetic Procedures at Sea (CruiseCompete Cruise Bite #6)
Dec 03, 2019 Season 10 Episode 6
Bob Levinstein
Three simple cosmetic procedures you can use to upgrade your look while at sea.
Show Notes Transcript

One of the great aspects of a cruise vacation is it gives you time to focus on yourself. One of the ways you can do that is through some quick, simple cosmetic procedures at sea that can upgrade your look. Cruise lines continue to expand their offerings, and here are three of the most-popular.

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Hi Bob Levinstein here with a cruise compete cruise bite. It's common for people to return from their cruise vacations looking tanned, relaxed and refreshed. But did you know you have the opportunity to return looking younger too? We'll be talking about cosmetic procedures at sea in this cruise compete cruise by right after this cruise. compete.com is a simple concept. We give you the tools to find the perfect cruise and request quotes. Independent travel agents can then see your requests and they respond with the best custom cruise offers they can all competing to offer you the best deal. You compare these offers in one convenient place along with consumer ratings and reviews of the agencies as only the best agents survive in this competitive environment. You'll have some great options to choose from you then remain anonymous unless or until you decide to contact the nation by phone or by email to ask questions or to book. Find out why more than a million cruisers are members of our free unique service and start saving both time and a significant amount of money on your cruise vacation via cruise compete today.
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what are the great aspects of a cruise vacation is it gives you time to focus on yourself. One of the ways you can do that is through some quick, simple cosmetic procedures at sea that can upgrade your look. Cruise lines continue to expand their offerings and here are three of the most popular teeth. Whitening is a quick, easy, effective procedure that can take years off your age and really set your smile to gleaming against a vacation tan. In most procedures, the technician applies a paste of your teeth. We just activated with an ultraviolet light. You're in and out in about an hour and most people see a noticeable difference. Immediately. Be aware that you will be advised to avoid red wine and dark sauces for a day or two. Afterward. Costs are usually in the 150 to $300 range. Botox is another option available onboard the spas at a number of different cruise lines.
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While the thought of injecting a toxin into the skin. Sound scary to some this FDA approved beauty treatment is now very common worldwide. The botulinum toxin is injected into specific areas. Usually have the face to freeze targeted muscles. Treatments soften fine lines and wrinkles with a goal of giving you a youthful appearance. Results are visible within days and typically last up to four months. Treatments are fast, about half an hour, and you can expect to pay anywhere from $300 in up depending on the extent of the treatment. If you find Botox, intimidating, dermal fillers are less invasive and becoming ever more popular. This procedure involves injecting InterQ gels under the skin of your face and into your lips. These gels can smooth out wrinkles to make you look younger. They can also help you create a more defined lip line and even plump up your lips to make them look fuller if you so desire.
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The dermal filler treatments can last six months or even longer, like Botox. The treatments are quick and you'll likely be in and out in well under an hour, expect to pay about $500 at sea depending on the procedure. While all of these procedures are very common, have been deemed safe by at least some medical authorities in our non or minimally invasive. It's always a good idea to do your own research and talk to medical professionals before undergoing any treatments. But if this type of enhancements for you, a personal upgrade on the high seas may be just what the doctor ordered. I'm Bob Levinstein and this has been a cruise compete cruise bite.
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