Non Invasive Beauty

Difference between Invasive and non Invasive Beauty Care Treatments

Advanced beauty care treatments have become very popular and in great demand today. For those looking to enhance their appearance through plastic surgery, there are basically two categories – invasive and non-invasive.

Here, the two will be studied in some detail including their pros and cons so that you can truly understand which will be good for you.

Invasive treatments

Invasive surgery is any process that breaks the skin with an incision. Another way to look at it is that there will always be a scar after the treatment, however temporary it might be. Some of the common invasive beauty care procedures are nose reshaping, fat transfer and body contouring, facial surgery, breast surgery and other forms of massive weight loss surgery.

Even though invasive processes typically have long lasting, almost permanent and more noticeable results than their non-invasive counterparts, it comes with a few problems that are not seen in the other. First, surgeries are generally carried out under local or general anaesthesia and hence there is a certain downtime and often prolonged recuperation periods. During this time, there is a certain degree of redness, swelling and bruising around the operated area. So far as scarring is concerned, plastic surgeons try to hide it as much as possible. For instance in surgical facelifts the scars are tucked away behind the hairline.

Non Invasive treatments

Non-invasive treatments are those that do not require any incision and the skin need not be cut. Some of the non-invasive beauty care treatments include permanent hair removal, skin rejuvenation, Injectables such as lip injections and anti-wrinkle injections and other processes carried out on state of the art laser and IPL machines. These processes are safe and painless and without any side effects.

But just as surgical procedures rely largely on the surgeon’s expertise to be successful, non-invasive treatments depend on the quality of machines used for pain free and optimised processes. That is why beauty clinics and spas source their equipment from top of the line manufacturers. In Australia, Universal Medical Aesthetics is a leading importer and distributor of world class beauty care machines and salons that have them installed offer guaranteed and assured results to their clients.

Non invasive treatments are much in demand primarily because of the convenience to patients. Most treatments are completed in less than an hour and the patient can resume normal duties immediately after. Even though a few processes like permanent laser hair removal take a few sessions to be completed, results of others like anti wrinkle or lip enhancing injections are noticeable soon after.

These are some of the basic differences between invasive and non-invasive beauty care treatments.

Nursing Career

Tips for A Successful Nursing Career

Contrary to popular belief, a nursing career is highly flexible so far as work activities are concerned. Within the same hospital and work environment, a nurse can switch departments and be in a completely different world when compared to the previous assignment. For instance, there is a world of difference between being a bedside nurse and one in critical care. Hence there are almost unlimited opportunities for nurses to gain experience in various fields of specialisation and meet career goals and objectives.

Given all these variables, here are a few tips to make a success of your career as a registered nurse.

  • Gain experience – You have to decide your career goals early on and work towards that end. However, whatever path you might decide to follow, most options are only open to nurses who have traditional registered nurse experience in patient care. For example, if you plan to be a health coach, it is necessary that you should have at least 3 to 4 experience in patient care in a conventional setting. Or if you plan to be a travel nurse, experience as a float nurse would help support your cause.
  • Set your goals – Knowing what you want to be and working towards that goal will give you a fulfilling career and lead you to great heights in that field. Self reflect and critically consider your options. Many nurses find themselves “burnt-out” early in their work life. This is because they did not really match their actions with their desires.

For example, if you want to be a travel nurse and you go to a school to be a nurse practitioner, you will feel disillusioned after a few years. This is because nurse practitioners are required to work in a clinic in a specific geographical location while you want to travel the world as a nurse.

  • Continuing education – It is always advisable for registered nurses to get as many certifications as possible and attend courses that the current job will pay for. This will be a valuable addition to your resume when you want to branch out into other settings in nursing. It might not immediately lead to a lucrative chance but it will surely open doors in the future.

Along with all these points, you should maintain a career portfolio and have it constantly updated. It should contain your certifications, continuing education credits, career plan, experience and details of current job. You can present it to a prospective employer as soon as an opportunity crops up.