Your guide to everything
This is a growing guide that is designed to offer you impartial information about a wide range of topics. The topics that are currently included in the guide are shown below. Just click on the links to go to the different websites. More topics are added all the time.
Non surgical cosmetic procedures
Every day we hear about some celebrity having a cosmetic treatment to improve their looks and with the advent of high definition (HD) video showing up the tiniest imperfection that list will surely increase. Cosmetic procedures such as Botox, eye lifts, breast enlargements, facelifts and liposuction are all commonplace now. Many people now realise that the same cosmetic procedures are within their price range and are electing to pay for the same cosmetic procedures to improve their looks.
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Laser eye surgery (LASIK, LASEK, PRK, WAVEFRONT LASIK, ALK, INTRALASIK)
Laser eye surgery is intended to improve a person's eyesight by permanently changing the shape of the cornea, the clear covering over the coloured iris of the eye, using a focused laser beam of light of a specific wavelength. T he two most popular laser eye surgery techniques are LASIK (Laser In-situ Keratomileusis), sometimes referred to as LASIX and PRK (Photo refractive Keratectomy) although there are other lesser known types of laser eye surgery such as the following. INTRALASIK, also called "all laser LASIK", LASEK (laser epithelial keratomileusis) a relatively new technical variation of PRK and LASEK also called epithelial LASIK or E-LASIK.
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Nanotechnology is not only a buzz word for research scientists trying to obtain government funding nanotechnology covers an emerging set of tools, techniques and unique applications . The term nanotechnology is often defined in Europe as "the direct control of atoms and molecules" for materials and devices. Nanotechnology materials are measured in nanometers (nm), derived from "nano" the Greek word for a small person, a nanometre is a millionth of a millimeter (1x10^-9 m) or about how much your fingernails grow each second.
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Laser hair removal
Laser hair removal is achieved by focusing a laser beam of light of a specific wavelength from a small handpiece into the surface of the skin. The laser light is absorbed by dark material in the skin such as hair pigment (melanin). This absorbtion of laser light causes thermal damage to the hair follicle while the skin tissue surrounding the hair should remain unaffected. This technique is referred to as "selective photothermolysis".
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Lemon law, car insurance and tips for buying and selling cars
Lemon Laws are United States state laws that are designed to help people who have bought a car that fails to meet acceptable standards of quality and performance. These substandard cars are referred to as lemons. Is your car a lemon? Do you need to know about lemon law? These articles offer you a simple guide to lemon law, lemon spotting and what to do if you have bought a lemon.
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Land Rover Defender jack point covers
Banned Rover supply unique replacement front Union Jack point covers for Land Rover Defenders. These really are 'show' items that are designed to make your Land Rover Defender stand out from the crowd and so have a cool looking Union Jack flag 3-D domed badge inset in to a recess in the moulding.
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