品川美容外科クリニックの安全対策からわかる告訴・訴訟問題

 

ひと昔前は、人間は自然なままがいいといった意見が多く、

美容外科クリニックを利用しているというと、

軽蔑を受けることもあって、多くの人が美容外科の利用を隠していたものです。

 

かくいう私も品川美容外科クリニックを利用していますが、

利用を始めたころは、おっかなびっくり、

こそこそした気持ちで利用していた記憶があります。

 

しかし最近はプチ整形といって、

気になる部分だけ整形することで

施術時間も短く体の負担も少なくできることから

気軽にプチ整形を行う人も多くなってきており、

わたしも美容外科の利用をとりたてて隠さなくなっています。

何より品川美容外科クリニックを利用してコンプレックスを解消したせいでしょう。

ずいぶん気持ちが楽になって感謝しているくらいです。

 

しかし、美容外科クリニックの利用者が増える一方で、

裁判になったトラブルも聞かれるようになったため、

美容外科クリニックの利用については、クリニック選びのため、

インターネット上で情報を収集したり、判例を読んだりしたものです。

 

大手クリニックではたくさんの施術が行われる分、

小さなクリニックに比べて告訴・訴訟問題が起きやすい現実があります。

そのため、美容外科を利用する側のわたしたちは、

情報収集がかかせません。

 

わたしが利用している品川美容外科クリニックでは

施術前のヒアリングや不安な点の解消、

そして、施術後のアフターケアが充実しているという話を聞いたことが、

わたしが品川美容外科クリニックを選んだきっかけです。

 

聞いた情報があっても、はじめての利用の時は

もちろん不安がありました。

ただ、クリニックに行ってみて、

しっかりとわたしの抱える不安にも耳を傾けてくれる姿勢や

丁寧な説明を聞いてみて、

品川美容外科クリニックの仕事の丁寧さを実感しました。

アフターサービスも良く、

施術後の診療は無料で利用することができますし、

施術について保障制度も設けています。

 

大手クリニックなどで聞く問題に対する安全対策を

しっかりされているのだとわかりました。

 

そもそも施術を受ける側として、

問題になるようなことは絶対いやですし、

しっかり話を聞いてくれて

実際の施術はもちろん、アフターケアもちゃんとしていることは

うれしいことです。

 

 

小規模か大手かは関係なく

品川美容外科クリニックのような安全対策やサービスを

どの美容外科でも取り組んでくれれば、

わたしたちも

安心して施術をお願いしたいと思いますし、

告訴・訴訟問題なんてかなしい出来事は

減っていくはずです。

 

調べてもなお不安を抱える、

過去のわたしのような人が

少しでも不安を緩和して

気持ちよく施術を受けられるようになることを

願うばかりです。

 

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Corn, Black Bean, and Quinoa Salad

Sweet Corn and Black Bean Quinoa Salad

This one from the archives has been on regular rotation on our house the last few weeks. Everything about it screams summer to me, and with the weather finally warming up, it’s exactly the type of food I crave. I eat the veggie version, but my husband likes to add chicken (two cups cooked and diced). You can leave as is or easily add the meat of your choice. And you can make the corn on the grill or boil it up in your kitchen. Versatile and delicious no matter how you make it!

Number of servings: 4 to 6 

INGREDIENTS
4 medium size ears of sweet corn
3 cups cooked and cooled quinoa (1 cup uncooked; follow package directions to cook)
1 can (15 ounces) black beans, drained and rinsed
1 cup diced red and green bell pepper
1/2 cup chopped red onion
1/4 cup thinly sliced scallions
1/3 cup olive oil
3 tablespoons cider vinegar
1 tablespoon Dijon mustard
2 teaspoons sugar
3/4 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
1/4 cup minced fresh cilantro leaves

INSTRUCTIONS
Grill corn cobs for 6-8 minutes, or cook in boiling water for 4-6 minutes. Remove kernels with a sharp knife or corn zipper. In a large bowl, toss corn, cooked quinoa, beans, peppers, onion, and scallions (and meat, if using). To make the vinaigrette, in a sealable container, combine olive oil, vinegar, mustard, sugar, salt and pepper; shake until the mixture thickens, about 60 seconds. Pour the vinaigrette over the quinoa mixture and toss to combine. Just before serving, sprinkle with the cilantro. Garnish with halved cherry tomatoes, and/or serve on a bed of greens of your choice.

This salad keeps well, so it’s a great meal to double and make ahead of time, or just snack on as leftovers.

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Friday Funny: Clearly Starving To Death

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Liver Jerky Dog Treats – Recipe

When Barli is learning a new skill–or when I want Tiki or Barli to REALLY pay attention to me, I always rely on one kind of treat: liver. The strong scent of liver gets their attention and…



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Crouton Recipe for Dog Treats

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{GIVEAWAY} + KONG® Recipes

Need to get on a conference call or Zoom call? Keep your dog busy with a stuffable dog toy like a KONG, also great for dogs who suffer from separation anxiety or boredom.

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Anise Dog Treats – Recipe

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10 Ways to Be Eco-Conscious in Your Own Home

How to Be Eco-Friendly at Home

You guys already know that living an environmentally conscious lifestyle is important to me. I grew up with extremely earth focused parents, I was the president of my high school’s eco club, I interned for a large environmental non-profit throughout college, and then I worked as a designer for an eco-friendly clothing label for 14 years. I’ve always tried to keep the earth in mind with my choices, but since becoming a parent, I’ve paid even more attention to finding ways we can be eco-friendly, especially in our own homes.

With all of us being stuck at home these days, and the 50th anniversary of Earth Day this week (April 22nd), I thought I’d share some tips for simple ways to make eco-friendly choices in your home everyday.

1. Turn off the water when brushing your teeth.
Shutting off the water while brushing your teeth can save as many as 200 gallons of water a month. Imagine how much water would be conserved if everyone did the same! This is a great one to teach your little ones as soon as they as old enough to brush.

2. Reuse paper.
Reusing paper saves time, money, and the earth. The amount of junk mail we receive daily can be overwhelming, but those blank envelopes make great grocery lists, note paper, and scrap paper for the kids to color or practice school work. (Be sure to recycle left over mail, and opt to pay your bills online.)

How To Be More Eco-Friendly at Home

3. Wash clothes in cold water.
I once read somewhere that there is no proof that hot water is superior to cold water in terms of getting clothing clean, and I immediately started washing only in cold. And since 85% of the energy used when a washing machine washes clothing goes to heating the water, it was a no brainer to switch to cold. You can take things a step further by line drying clothing rather than using a dryer.

4. Pay attention to your thermostat.
Lowering the thermostat by a few degrees in winter and raising by a few degrees in summer can make a big difference. You’d be surprised how quickly this adds up in terms of saving energy (and money!).

5. Use reusable water bottles.
Disposable plastic water bottles are absolutely terrible for the planet. Reusable water bottles are 100% the more eco-conscious choice. My kids, husband, and myself keep them with us throughout the day. Everyone stays hydrated, and you’re doing a favor to all those landfills here in the U.S. that currently contain 2 million tons of discarded water bottles. (Ditch those single use plastic straws for reusable straws while you’re at it!)

How To Be More Eco-Friendly at Home

6. Grow your own food.
When you grow your own food (we love our little veggie and herb container garden!), you reduce your carbon footprint, and when you choose to grow organic, you avoid pesticides and other harmful chemicals. It’s also a wonderful way to teach your kids responsibility, and about where food originates.

7. Compost.
I am so excited that our town has just started a composting program! If you’re town doesn’t have one, and you have a garden, your can easily start your own like we have. Composting reduces waste because you’re reusing things that would normally be thrown away, and it helps your plants and gardens grow without the use of toxic fertilizers.

How To Be More Eco-Friendly at Home

8. Turn off your lights.
It takes a lot of energy to power lights, and there isn’t a easier way to be eco-friendly than simply switching off a light when you leave a room.

9. Use eco-friendly light bulbs.
Compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs), light emitting diodes (LEDs), and Halogen incandescent lightbulbs last 3 to 25 times longer than regular lightbulbs, so they’re money savers and time savers. They also use 25% to 80% less energy than regular incandescent light bulbs, which is better for the environment. No brainer!

How to Be Eco-Friendly at Home

10. Appreciate nature.
Even if you can’t go hiking or explore natural areas right now, you can find ways to appreciate nature in your own back yard, from your balcony, or even just out your window. Making connections with nature everyday right now helps to reduce my anxiety and make me feel more grounded. And in turn, when we appreciate the earth, we tend to be more aware of ways we can make a positive impact on it. This is something that we are making a huge part of my kids’ lives right now, and I can see what a big difference in makes in their moods and desire to learn about the world around them.

Happy Earth Day! How do find ways to be eco-friendly at home?

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