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Finally, the need of nearly every woman wanting to look more beautiful is fulfilled with Crisalix, the first online direct-to-consumer 3D imaging using standard pictures
Date:4/9/2013

Lausanne, Switzerland (PRWEB) April 09, 2013

Almost everyone wants to look better. More than 85% of women would change the way they look if they had the chance according to Harris Interactive and at least 80% of men believe that personal appearance plays a role in their professional success as shown in a survey from the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery.

When someone thinks about modifying their physical aspect, seeing the outcome beforehand is essential. Already for a simple act of choosing new clothes, one is used to trying on before buying. It is therefore understandable that only once a person has seen a 3D simulation answering the question “how could I look after the procedure?” that they can properly imagine and understand the change they are contemplating.

Till today anyone who wanted to see their Crisalix 3D simulation had to consult an aesthetic professional. With the new service from Crisalix any woman who is even only just considering a facial aesthetic procedure or breast augmentation can see her new body in 3D from the comfort of her home, office, or anywhere else. All she needs to do is upload 3 regular photos and in no time she’ll see her ‘new me’ in 3D, which can then be shared with friends and family.

After seeing her 3D she can get detailed information about the operation by contacting the closest plastic surgeon using the Aesthetic Professional Directory, who will show her more specific 3D simulations so better informed decisions can be ta
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