What defines luxury bedding sets? Is it the brand name? Is it the quality? To be fair, much of it has to do with the name but design and quality are also important factors. For example, true luxury lies in the cotton within the sheets. The highest quality cotton placed in sheets is 100 percent Egyptian cotton, followed by 100 percent pima cotton. It’s important to know that when you read “100 percent cotton” on labels, expect it be American cotton which is a cheaper, and easier to produce version.
Vera Wang’s Collection
Vera Wang hosts her elitist collection that is exclusive to those looking for high quality. This isn’t your ordinary collection that you can just purchase on an everyday note. Not too long ago, Vera Wang introduced her Vera Vera collection in 2007, designed for everyday women while remaining affordable. This opened up new opportunities for the public to get their hands on some quality designer sets.
Luxury and Comfort
It is all about your taste. Whether you consider percale or sateen as your primary weave, there is not one that is more dominant in the luxury factor over the other. These factors play more into comfort than they do in the looks department.
True luxury requires an investment. When it comes to your bedspread expect to pay a hefty sum out of your pocket. But with this, comes a sense of accomplishment and pride that you hold towards your bed.
Bio: Stephanie Lichtenstein Ramos writes on behalf of Beddingstyle, which provides high-quality home goods for your buying pleasure.
While some people don’t mind their scars very much, there are others that wish they could get rid of them.
For those who fall into the latter category, there are a number of advances that can help you to remove them completely.
Here are 3 types of scars that you can remove:
Scar #1: Growth on the Wound Site. Look like a Zit or Orange
While steroids were used in the past, the issue with this approach was that it causes hypopigmentation on dark skin. Doctors these days now cut off the scar and use a fractional ablative laser. What this does is create a wound that heals naturally if you live it alone. Better still, it removes overgrowth and take only 10 minutes to perform. The cost for such a procedure is about $1000.
Scar #2: Red, raised and contained within the size of the wound. C-section scar.
Depending on the thickness of the scar, you will need to take two to seven corticosteroids that cost $100 to $300 each. Next, you’ll have to wear silicon gel sheets for a duration that depends on whether they are new or old scars. Their function is to apply light pressure so that collagen doesn’t build back up.
Scar #3: Recessed, skin-colored potholed. Cystic acne and chicken pox.
For this, fractional ablative laser will do the trick. As mentioned earlier, each procedure costs about $1000 each. After this, an injection of Sculptra will deal with those divots. Even if this acid filler’s effects are temporary, it will stimulate the growth of collagen. This is permanent. Usually, this will take anywhere from two to five treatments.