A Place of Beauty Is a Joy Forever

For the record, I’m not one who loves to kiss ass, but I must admit that I do love my boss.  She’s the nicest angel on the face of the earth, and she deserves to be treated right.  So when she came up to me one morning about a keloid scar on her abdomen, I didn’t think twice about Googling a cosmetic facility for her.  I then came across The Victorian Cosmetic Institute.

You can tell a lot about a company by its website, and I must say that I was impressed and interested at the onset.  The site is easy to navigate, and it’s pretty comprehensive.  It covers all the services and treatments they offer, from breast augmentation to liposuction.

I like that they have videos which show the various procedures.  That’ll give patients an idea of what happens while they’re under the knife.  You can also ask doctors a question online.

The website also gives you options to consider when it comes to treating your condition.  If you want to get rid of wrinkles, for instance, they’ll withhold no information and present you with alternatives to surgery.

So, if you know someone who wants Angelina Jolie’s lips or who needs to get rid of man-boobs, this is the place to go.

About Pepper

I am a single working mom, trying to raise my kid the best way I know how. Join me as I navigate my way through the jungle that is Single Mom-hood, armed with rose-colored glasses and strength of spirit. As pepper adds spice to food, so does my daughter add spice to my life. She makes life no less than…PEPPERRIFIC!

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Comments

  1. You are lucky to have a boss you love!

  2. I agree with Tat about you being lucky to have a boss you love but I think she’s very lucky to have you too. :)

  3. Yes, your boss is lucky to have you :) I agree a website says a lot about a company.

  4. Not sure I’d ever go down the surgery route myself cosmetically speaking but it’s good to hear of a surgery that also talks about non-surgical alternatives.

  5. Thank for sharing , many will find it really useful, and thanks also for stopping by..

  6. It is so refreshing to hear of someone that really, honestly likes their boss. I can totally relate to wanting a keloid removed – I have a big on my shoulder. Great tips on doing your research too!

    • I myself never thought I’d find a boss I truly liked. It is possible in the real world, it seems :). A keloid? Oh, I hope it’s not that bad.

  7. you guys are lucky to have each other!!

  8. I named you for the Sunshine blogger award. See it here http://girlfriendsarelikeshoes.blogspot.ca/2012/07/sunshine-blogger-award.html xo

  9. You are really lucky to have such a nice boss.

  10. She is lucky to have you (and you her). I am glad you found a place she could go.

  11. You boss sure is lucky and it’s cool when you have one that you really like. My skin keloids too and it sucks. I have tried everything and nothing has worked for me. Bummer, right? By the way, I mentioned you in a post today. Stop by and check it out!
    http://www.thesexysinglemommy.com/

  12. A harmonious relationship with your boss is nice. Reminds me of the days when I used to be a corporate slave. Haha! :)

    • Despite the harmonious relationship with my boss, I still do feel like a slave. I want to be where you are now :)

  13. That’s awesome that you have such a wonderful boss and that your relationship is so great!

    p.s. I shared the comment that you left yesterday on my blog on my Facebook fan page. You said it so well! Thank you!

  14. I like that they discuss non-surgical options as well – open and honest discussion is so important when choosing a doctor!

  15. Is there an outlet in Australia? ;-)

  16. Lucky boss. Lucky you. Good working relationship indeed.

  17. David at Rejuvenated Cosmetics says

    Its certainly important to consider other cosmetics options first before surgery but surgery is certainly right for some people.

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