Category Archives: Cosmetic Industry

Dallas-based Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Jejurikar, an International Authority on Industry Safety

Dr. Sameer Jejurikar, located in Dallas, Texas, is known as one of the foremost plastic surgeons in the Dallas area. He is also board-certified, a member of the world-recognized Dallas Plastic Institute and an award-winning premier source on plastic surgery safety. Dr. Jejurikar puts his client’s concerns and expectations first. His primary focus is listening and understanding whether a patient’s intent is a youthful or altered look or remedial work after a pregnancy or considerable weight loss. This attentive approach has earned Dr. Jejurikar industry awards, including the Compassionate Doctor Certification, received by only three percent of more than 800,000 practicing physicians, based on Patients’ Choice votes. He has also earned his addition to the Registry of Business Excellence.

Dr. Jejurikar offers many plastic surgery services, including cosmetic and breast-reduction surgery, plastic surgery for children, wound reconstructive surgery, laser resurfacing and dermabrasion. Dr. Jejurikar finds the potential for discovering and learning new technology and techniques to be continually expanding and improving administration practices. Among these new techniques is the increasingly-popular gluteal augmentation, or Brazilian Butt Lift, which is performed by grafting fat to alternative areas. This process, however, is very prone to embolisms and is consequently highly risky or even deadly.

Dr. Jejurikar holds a membership with the Multisociety Gluteal Fat Grafting Task Force and is considered an experienced authority on the procedure’s safety. He has spoken at home and abroad to increase awareness of necessary preventive practices and safety in general and has engaged in industry discussion, which he hopes will result in procedural standards. Dr. Sameer Jejurikar is a member of numerous societies, including the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, and is a participant in the Smile Bangladesh program, doing cleft deformation work in Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. Dr. Jejurikar earned his undergraduate degree in 1993 and his medical degree in 1997 at the University of Michigan. He also finished his residency there in 2005. He is board-certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and is a 2006 Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital fellow.

Entrepreneur Deo Deere Continues Creative Journey In The Country She Fell In Love With

For the Russian native who was born Xenia Vorotova, America was always thought to be the dreamland, a place where you could have a better life and enjoy exceptional freedoms.

She imagined opportunities were endless, and at 17, Xenia, her mother and younger sister took off for that adventure and moved to New York City.

She and her family were proud immigrants and now residing in a major metropolis, a far cry from the small town of Izhevsk. It was both exciting and overwhelming, and Xenia wanted to swallow up every venture available. She immersed herself into the culture, fashion, music and art worlds, and she came to be known as “Doe Deere.

Doe adopted a keen sense of the street vibe around her. The trio worked all kinds of jobs to survive in NYC but was unprepared for the expenses and daily challenges they would meet in America.

Eventually, they ended up in a homeless shelter on Lexington Avenue. They were broken down but undefeated in their resolve. They lived in cramped quarters with a single bed. All three kept working hard, and through some helpful connections, they were able to turn it around.

An organization called Sanctuary for Families assisted the women in securing better jobs and moving to Lehman Projects on 110th Street in East Harlem.

The year was 2000, and the trio never looked back.

Doe fell into fashion and the world of beauty and in 2008, jumped in head first and launched Lime Crime makeup. It was a big business risk, but Doe had developed a sharp entrepreneurial mind and went for it.

Her cosmetics brand was bold, modern and seductive to millennials, and the giant makeup labels weren’t putting out the contemporary vibe Doe had pounced on.

Business skyrocketed, and Lime Crime was suddenly employing 35 people at the company’s Los Angeles base.

Today, Doe Deere is on another creative path and ready to debut Poppy Angeloff, a jewelry/fashion brand.

Life is good for Doe and her family. She believes “We all make America great,” and immigrants have always played a key role.

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