Key # 3: Stop Risking Your Beauty and Health with “Surgical Alternatives”
Touted as “Less Invasive” there is a class of injectables which are advertised as wrinkle erasers, cheek lifters and lip volumizers. Minimal downtime and fast results are some of the buzzwords used to hook desperate women.
But what we have to dig deep for are the warnings and associated risks in the fine-print. It’s up to the patient to search for the reports of adverse effects, permanent disfigurement or even death.
The reality is - these are foreign chemical agents injected into the skin to get a specific response - primarily a temporary change in the structural appearance of the face - REGARDLESS of short and long term risks.
And even though this group of treatments are relatively new - we are now starting to see the backlash trickling down from the celebrities who were the first to afford these newer options.
For example, Gwyneth Paltrow was quoted in a NY Post article; “I won’t do Botox again, because I looked crazy. I looked like Joan Rivers!”
And Nicole Kidman, who also openly admitted to the injections, was quoted in that same article; “I did try Botox, unfortunately, but I got out of it and now I can finally move my face again.”
Think about this. The youthful firmness of your face is due to it’s underlying muscular layer. If you “freeze” a muscle with Botox it weakens and atrophies, creating premature sagging (around the eyes, cheeks and mouth). We are already seeing evidence of this in women who’ve been using Botox for years and the deeper, long term effects are frightening.
But here’s a fact that can’t be denied. The female face has over 42 individual muscles. And just like any other muscle in the body - if we stimulate them with some unique, but gentle, movements - we can get those little muscles more toned, shapely and lifted. Without the high cost - and without the dangerous risk to your body and health.
And guess what this natural approach does to the look and complexion of your beautiful face?