Many men have this fold of skin that starts covering their eyes as they age. Blepharoplasty is the name of the surgery that fixes this issue. The issue isn’t necessarily cosmetic as much as the excess skin makes you feel fatigued far sooner than you actually are. Not only do I explain the surgery, but I also show you what to expect.
I’ll have to admit, I was reluctant to put this video out. Part of the question of whether or not it was sharing too much of my personal life in a public forum. But according to my wife, I put out videos far worse than this one. So I said, screw it. Let’s just do this.
As we get older, our skin loses its elasticity. It allows gravity to change the composition and shape of our bodies, and not a single bit of it’s beneficial or aesthetically pleasing. Now HGH helps drastically but it only slows the process down. It doesn’t eliminate it altogether.
Depending on your facial structure, a lot of men had this flap of skin that starts sagging right above their eyelids. Not only does it make you look older, it actually makes you feel tired, even when you’re not. Your eyelids have this heavy sensation that’s interpreted by your body as fatigue. It gradually worsens as the day goes on. Now, I’m all for cosmetic surgery. If a man or woman feels self-conscious about something on their body, and they have the financial resources to have it corrected, I have no idea why you wouldn’t just get it fixed. And if that same issue also affects your quality of life, then there’s really no reason to even question it. Just pick up the phone and make the appointment.
The surgery is called a blepharoplasty. And it’s the number one elective surgical procedure performed on men. Basically, they remove the excess skin from the top of your eyelids, and they put everything back together as it was when you were younger. But let me give you a recommendation first. When you’re looking for a cosmetic surgeon, it’s not the time to start searching through Groupons. It’s not the time to see what kind of bargain you can get down in Panama. This is your face. It’s something you will have to look at until the day they stick you in the ground. Do your research, find the best doctor in your area and contact them. If it’s ridiculously expensive, you found the right one. If you can’t get in to see him for a month or more, because they’re booked solid, you’re on the right track. If you can’t afford it at the time, keep saving until you can.
So my plan is to have my HGH dose increased while I run some Tb 500 and BPC 157 after the surgery, I’ll heal at a fraction of the time it would take a mere mortal and I’ll be back in the gym in seven days. Just watch me.
And not only does this fix the issue I’ve dealt with for a few years now. It will also extol the virtues of the healing peptides and show you how they accelerate your body’s ability to repair itself. The cost of this surgery is around %6500 and it’s supposed to last for 10 to 15 years. That puts me at around 68 years old before I should have to worry about this again, which sounds like a bargain to me. Because we do the math that comes out to $433 a year or a little more than $1 a day to not feel tired at 2pm every day when I know good and well, I’m not.
The actual surgery is in two days. And after it’s over, I’ll be back to tell you how things went. And I’ll show you what it looks like. We’ll then do another video after I feel I’ve healed. Wish me luck. And I’ll be back in a few days to show you.
We draw these lines around your excess skin on your eyes with a marker and then that tells them what they’re supposed to take off. Okay, so it’s day one or Day Zero, whatever you want to call it. I just had the procedure done two hours ago, they take you back into the surgical room and that’s where they put you in the bed and clean up all your face and put all these things on you for monitoring but you’re still awake. So then they numb your eyes, the eyelids, and it’s pretty good stuff like it numbs it. You don’t really feel anything. Let me put something else on there that’s even stronger. But they, they do a little local first, and then they put the good stuff and, and then they poke around and say, do you feel this? No, you don’t feel anything? So they start, I guess cutting your eyelids off, right? I mean, how does that sound crazy. That’s what they’re doing. I could actually at one point in time, I swear, I could see through the top of my eyelid like there was a hole that had been cut out. I could see through. If we’re going to do this story, we’re gonna do the story, right. So this is what it looks like. on day zero. Let’s officially call this day one. Which is actually the first day after the surgery but I’m going to go ground zero on the first day. And what’s supposed to happen is the swelling is supposed to be the worst in a couple of days. So it gets worse progressively in couple of days and then after that, it’s supposed to back off a little.
So I’m going to take the BPC 157 and the TD 500 we’re going to show them that this stuff actually works. And again, I have no idea why they implement this into the different regiments or protocols or whatever you want to call it for healing because the stuffs awesome. But first, okay, if you’re eating a sandwich or something, you might want to look at this. But for anybody else wants to know what it looks like on day one.
All right, we’ve as jacked up, but when you know this is gonna happen like this is part of the process. If you have insurance, and you’re doctor comes in and says, Yeah, this is causing your eyesight to be affected, insurance will actually pay for this procedure. This is where I’m going to end this video. I’m going to Friday for my next appointment when they take some stitches out.
So I’m just going to go along the way I’m going and make a follow up video on the recovery process, the healing process.
As always, you’re never too old to live like a Viking!