Toxins, fillers, lasers—they've comprised the bulk of the beauty world's breaking news since the dawn of Botox for cosmetic use. And for good reason: Line-smoothing shots (Botox and now Xeomin and Dysport) and contour-restoring hyaluronic acid fillers (like Restylane and Juvéderm) are pretty freaking miraculous. And remember when we heralded the arrival of skin-tightening treatments, like Thermage and Ultherapy? Sharpen a jawline without a single prick!
But against this backdrop of flashy nonsurgical breakthroughs, a veteran anti-ager has been quietly rising up. More people—over 28 percent more—got face-lifts in 2015 than in 1997 (five years before the birth of Botox), according to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. Turns out, all those quick shots and no-downtime lasers haven't nudged the surgery closer to extinction. They've actually brought it out of the shadows. Noninvasive treatments “have de-tabooed plastic surgery by... READ MORE +
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