This short introductory and advisory note deals with cosmetics applied for the purposes of beautifying the human body and even the mind. It goes without saying that added physical beauty does a lot to lift a (mainly) woman’s self-esteem. It turns out that this is even more poignant, and even necessary for the transgendered woman, no matter what her age may be. For many women out there, this is no vanity project, to be sure.
It really is necessary. Even so, such women, and they need not be desperate in any manner of speaking, still need to be extremely careful. They need to be careful about what cosmetics they are using. They need to make certain that the cosmetics they are going to be using are entirely compatible, safe and healthy for their unique or common skin tones and/or pigmentations. They can make certain of this by checking their skin health with a dermatologist.
Even qualified, health or organics-oriented beauticians might be in a position to help out. Cosmetic Injectables might not come medically recommended for the general public but for those who have been disfigured through illness or accident, and those who are transitioning, it might well be so. And perhaps even more so, the ladies out there still need to make absolutely certain that they do know what they are doing.
There will of course also be men using naturally applied cosmetics as well as cosmetic injectables but perhaps it is also safe to suggest that men will be using it mostly for medical reasons. Finally, all things being told, all sexes and genders being included, men and women, also need to take care that their cosmetics are environmentally safe products and all waste is disposed responsibly.