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Young, fresh and 'without wrinkles' seems to be the new norm, which makes (especially) women wonder if they should have something done about their wrinkles while they were basically satisfied with themselves.

 

In addition to my profession as a doctor, I have always responded to my creative side, with a preference for design. In 2017 I decided to go back to the art academy in The Hague, where I had previously done a bachelor's degree in visual arts. I was convinced that it should be possible to better integrate my two professions and passions.

 

I followed a master in Design and started to use design to translate the subjects in my work as a cosmetic doctor into projects. These projects reflect trends in our western society in terms of appearance, makebility and the human condition.

Young, fresh and 'without wrinkles' seems to be the new norm, which makes (especially) women wonder if they should have something done about their wrinkles while they were basically satisfied with themselves.

 

In addition to my profession as a doctor, I have always responded to my creative side, with a preference for design. In 2017 I decided to go back to the art academy in The Hague, where I had previously done a bachelor's degree in visual arts. I was convinced that it should be possible to better integrate my two professions and passions.

 

I followed a master in Design and started to use design to translate the subjects in my work as a cosmetic doctor into projects. These projects reflect trends in our western society in terms of appearance, makebility and the human condition.

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Young, fresh and 'without wrinkles' seems to be the new norm, which makes (especially) women wonder if they should have something done about their wrinkles while they were basically satisfied with themselves.

 

In addition to my profession as a doctor, I have always responded to my creative side, with a preference for design. In 2017 I decided to go back to the art academy in The Hague, where I had previously done a bachelor's degree in visual arts. I was convinced that it should be possible to better integrate my two professions and passions.

 

I followed a master in Design and started to use design to translate the subjects in my work as a cosmetic doctor into projects. These projects reflect trends in our western society in terms of appearance, makebility and the human condition.