In the Press/Publications
As the mother of three children under the age of five I sometimes struggle with my weight. Lately, as I've fought my own personal battle of the (baby) bulge, I've been wondering how celebrities do it. Take Victoria (Posh) Beckham for example: we both have three kids, we're both in our thirties, we're both natural brunettes — but that is where our similarities end. How do celebrities lose those last few pounds and manage to look better at 50 than I did at 20? What would it take to nip, tuck and bend me like Beckham? I went to the experts to find out.
Toronto plastic surgeons are seeing more women who want their bodies back to what they were before childbirth
Single mom Roz Mogani loves her four kids – and her new breasts.
Nursing infants had taken its toll, but a straightforward cosmetic surgery restored her breasts to something close to their original form.
The procedure is one component of the so-called mommy job, a custom package of restorative surgeries and treatments that may include liposuction, breast restructuring, tummy tuck, skin resurfacing and even vaginal renovation and labiaplasty or labial reduction.