Remember when lip fillers and Botox seemed taboo? In the early 2000s, celebrities especially seemed to be more guarded about revealing what types of cosmetic procedures they had done. These days, stars talk about their relationship with Botox and fillers just as they would talk about their favorite drugstore beauty products. And, the A-listers are not alone. According to Allergan, the company best known for making Botox and Juvéderm, 5.5 million people have received fillers within the past year alone.
“A youthful face has contours, high cheekbones and a well-defined jawline. As we age, the layers of the face start to change and we begin to lose this,” says Gabby Garritano, PA, founder and CEO of Ject, a boutique cosmetic and injectables spa in New York City. “Common areas of volume replacement include around the eyes, the temples, and cheeks, as well as the lips. Restoring the structure to these areas gives an immediate youthful appearance,” Garritano adds.
Nowadays, patients are going into the office for more than one treatment at a time! In 2019, Garritano says “millennials were two times more likely to start their injectables treatment with both neurotoxin and filler than their comparable 39 to 45-year-olds.” Curious to see which of your favorite celebs have been open about getting injectables (and which ones love it or regret it)? Read on!
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