Travelling to permanent sun is not all about tanning – Beverly Wilshire Medical Centre

Travelling to permanent sun is not all about tanning

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Malaysia is known as a country with a melting pot of races, cultures and religions. It is made up of a splendid fusion of bright coloured festivals, once-in-a-lifetime adventure, shopping splendours, beautiful stunning nature’s scenes, thrills and wonders. Most importantly, Malaysia’s warm climate and the undeniable wealth of natural resources attract many visitors from all over the world. The country is forever sunny all year round, with ample opportunities for barbeques, relaxing on a beach chair while sipping on our fresh coconut juice, or even working on a beautiful tanned colour for your pale complexion. Imagine you are dreaming of a nose job or tummy tuck, but it is way too expensive to have it done back home. Are you going to just quit on your dream? Okay, what if we let you in on a huge secret – are you ready? Have you ever heard of ‘Medical Tourism’? Medical Tourism is travelling overseas for a surgical procedure, where medical centres offer excellent standards of medical care at a much lower cost, without having to wait for several months or even years for a treatment. Excited yet? Yes? No? Not sure? Well, let me rephrase it! This is undergoing cosmetic surgery at a lower cost as well as a holiday trip to a sunny country with beautiful beaches and lovely friendly people that you can meet along the way! From ancient times, the Sun was worshipped as the life-bringer to Earth. Nowadays, we know that sunrays help improve a person’s mood by stimulating the production of happy hormones and endorphins. Under the action of the sunlight, the skin is also able to synthesise Vitamin D, which allows calcium absorption in the intestine, thus, helping your body grow strong bones. Given the levels of sunshine in Malaysia, it is a fantastic place to recover from your surgical procedure with absolutely no-one that you know from back home watching out for the latest gossip! What’s stopping you from travelling abroad for a cosmetic procedure?

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