Both men and women alike are striving to achieve the kind of bodies that they are happy with and in recent years we’ve seen an expansion in the number of ways in which they’re looking to get there. As little as ten years ago you might have only had a couple of options – namely fad diets and relatively new medical procedures – but today there are a wealth of different methods to help you to look your best.

Cosmetic surgery might be met with mixed views, but the fact of the matter is that there are increasing numbers of people who are dipping their toes into the water and trying out new methods and procedures to help them to achieve what they perceive as “perfection.”  With today’s array of flexible short-term funding options available, the cost of investing in quality equipment is also no longer prohibitive.

If you’re looking for ways that you can start to look and feel better about yourself ahead of your 2017 summer holiday, or you’re looking for inspiration to keep your resolution about getting fit and healthy going again, here are five top tips:

  • Laser Hair Removal.

Laser hair removal is one of the most effective and non-invasive ways to look and feel better about yourself. For some people unwanted body hair is a major issue and no matter what you try at home certain hairs keep coming back.

This ultra-modern procedure, however, helps to remove the hairs and stop them coming back for good. As such you can venture out with your legs or torso on show with complete confidence that those pesky hairs are not going to get all the attention and your perfectly sculpted body or gorgeous legs can steal the limelight instead!

  • Laser Eye Surgery

For many, glasses are a necessity. Yes, there are those who wear them more as fashion accessories than practical items to help them see, but when you’re wearing them all day every day you can sometimes wish that your eyes were in a better condition. Of course it’s not always down to something that you’ve done that your eyes are that way – some are born with certain conditions while the effects of aging can also take their toll.

Laser eye surgery is a highly effective way of restoring your eyesight to a “better” condition, and while it might sound scary having a laser pointed in your eye you’ll be surprised at just how many people have had it done and not felt a thing. The various procedures can help to restore your eyesight to a point where you no longer have to wear glasses or contact lenses which can be great if you’re concerned about your face shape with glasses or if you feel restricted to how you can wear your hair or do your makeup.

  • Hitting the Gym.

This might sound like an obvious one, but it’s one that some people really struggle to do regularly. Joining a gym can be daunting with lots of hardcore weight lifters and runners around, but it doesn’t have to be. Once you’ve been a few times and learned how to use the machines, worked out how far you can run or how much you can lift, it’ll become second nature and, then, fun!

It can be a great feeling knowing that you’ve worked hard for an hour or so, even if you didn’t really have the motivation when you put on your trainers. Having worked up a sweat you’ll be safe in the knowledge that the time spent in the gym and the membership fee were all worthwhile as the pounds start to fall off and you start to tone your muscles.

  • Eating Healthily.

It’s a common misconception that eating healthily means eating only fruit and vegetables. You can still have all of your favourite foods provided that you eat them in moderation and cut out some of the junk foods. Many of us snack between meals and that’s often far worse for you than eating what experts claim to be bad for our health.

Just because you’re on a diet or trying to cut certain fatty foods from your meals doesn’t mean that you start eating bland meals with no flavour. There are loads of great recipes on the Internet, especially on social media, where you can try out new foods and combine your favourites to help you look and feel great in no time.

  • Walking to Work.

Some will find walking to work easier than others, but it really can make a difference. Just walking a few extra steps by parking further away from your workplace or by taking the stairs instead of the lift can help you to look and feel fitter in a matter of weeks and months.

It’s very easy, especially on cold rainy days, to park as close to work as possible or to take the bus when you could save money and walk; but you’ll soon start racking up the miles and burning calories which will all contribute to you getting fitter and looking great.

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