5 Ways To Look Your Best This Summer

Leslie Forrester, NP, tells the You and Me in the Morning crew the top five ways to look your best every summer. Find out how you can get rid of that pesky tattoo, remove unwanted hair, improve cellulite appearance, and get rid of those annoying fatty pockets without surgery.

By | 2018-01-04T19:39:40+00:00 January 4th, 2018|In the Media|0 Comments

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I come from a long line of doctors and scientists, famous musicians, composers, artists and opera singers. I am tone deaf, cannot read music and cannot draw a stick figure to save my life, but all of these artists, doctors and scientists left a legacy that has guided me throughout my professional life. I have never been able to shake a love and admiration for the art and science of medicine that they all inspired in me. As the daughter of a prominent Chicago cosmetic surgeon, I grew up with a passion for cosmetic medicine. Dinner table conversations were peppered with words like ‘liposuction’ and ‘vein removal.’ While most of my school friends took family trips to Florida for spring break, my family traveled to Paris so my father could learn about advancements in cosmetic medicine. In fact, in grade school, I was teased relentlessly about the fact that my dad sucked the fat out of people. Little did they know that many of them would become his patients later in life and would ask for the very procedure they used to tease me about. After more than twenty years in the business myself, it's safe to say that I have a passion for medicine, specifically, for the art of cosmetic medicine. Perhaps I inherited it. I like to think I did. And to my surprise, I find that I am an artist after all. Who cares that I can’t draw a stick figure? I can create exquisite lips, erase years of wrinkles, and restore youthfulness to skin without breaking a sweat. The beauty of cosmetic medicine is more than skin deep. The beauty of the craft lies in the fact that it is both a science and an art, and a skilled practitioner can use its potential to create a masterpiece. So, take that, Michelangelo.

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