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CosmetiCare Mom Ambassadors

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We all want to love what we see when we look in the mirror. But if you’re like most women, where do you start to learn what’s best for you? Now you can get the low down on our services from real women just like you!

We’ve invited 9 women who are ready to bare all and share their experiences at CosmetiCare with you. They’ll not only give you candid feedback about us, they’ll share their experiences with you including reviews of services, exclusive special offers, interviews with our doctors and specialists, and much more.

Follow along with the CosmetiCare Mom Ambassadors and accept their invitation to take care of you!

Hear From the CosmetiCare Mom Ambassadors

Read the latest blogs from our CosmetiCare Mom Ambassadors.
To see their complete discussions, please click their profiles.

Mary Tran, CosmetiCare Ambassador, Beautyland

BeautyLand Open House Event at CosmetiCare

Join Orange County’s leading cosmetic surgery center and medspa, CosmetiCare, for its third annual open house event, BEAUTYLAND. On Thursday, October 26 from 5pm to 8pm, come meet the CosmetiCare team and learn about all the services they offer.
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Mary Tran, Ambassador, Lipo, Abdominoplasty

My Abdominoplasty Journey

If you've been following along with my journey through abdominoplasty surgery at CosmetiCare, you'll know this experience has been nothing short of life changing. From contemplation to completion, I'll recap my thoughts, feelings and emotions regarding the entire procedure. Tune in as I take you through why I decided to undergo this life changing procedure with Dr. Reagan at CosmetiCare. Don’t forget to use the code Mary100 to save 10% on this procedure at CosmetiCare.
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Mary Tran, Cosmeticare Ambassador, Lipo, Tummy Tuck

My Lipoabdominoplasty Journey Part 3 - Surgery Day

If you are following my mommy makeover journey with Lipoabdominoplasty at COSMETICARE with Dr. Brian Reagan, my surgery day went extremely well. I think the hardest part on the day of surgery was the wait time. I was a little nervous going in. I packed a tote with all my prescribed medications, my ID, cell phone, a small pillow. I wore my glasses, post surgery gown, undergarments, and flip flops. I didn't eat or drink anything as instructed since 9:30 pm the night before. I brushed my teeth and tried not to swallow anything and especially no drinking water. It's suppose to help with the vomiting and I didn't even once.
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