Says Make it a “New Year, New You” is offering a year-round Beauty Resources section featuring the latest and greatest non-surgical products. A “New year, new You” can still be obtained, even if individuals who want to enhance their appearance cannot afford elective surgery.

Rancho Cucamonga, CA, March 10, 2009 --(, an affiliate of and, is built on the unique goal of connecting consumers to the tools they need to make the best decisions. In order to build on this user-friendly aspects of; its highly regarded Beauty Resources section now offers a new division that focuses on the alternative, aesthetic methods of attaining, or simply enhancing, a beautiful appearance:

"‘New year, new You’ is a year-round resource for prospective plastic surgery patients seeking information on the latest and greatest products available to them,” says Audrey Seiberling,’s marketing manager and creator of ‘New year, new You.’ “In these tough economic times, we recognize that many people cannot afford to get the elective cosmetic surgery procedures that they desire.”

Among the 11.7 million surgical and non-surgical cosmetic procedures in 2007, 82% of the total number were non-surgical methods, according to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS). This attests to the shift in direction Americans are taking on their quest for aesthetic transformations. caters to the large percentage of visitors who want to find a local specialist, such as a Botox ®, facelift, breast augmentation, or liposuction expert; its in-house writers and editors provide ‘New year, new You’ articles that highlight their firsthand experience and interest with beauty products and non-surgical treatments; reaching out to women who have the desire to improve their appearance – temporarily to long-lasting –through an affordable means.

LATISSE ™, the recent FDA-approved eyelash enhancer treatment, Sassybax torso trimming undergarments, anti-aging Y.e.s skincare, and buttock-embracing PZI jeans are among the featured products that went up with its February 2009 launch. With convenient access from the Beauty Resources homepage, ‘New year, new You’ allows readers to comment and share their own experiences.

“‘New year, new You’ will provide these people with plastic surgery alternatives that may help them achieve a portion of the results they seek while saving up for the real deal,” says Seiberling.

Elana Pruitt