“I’m not just the president, I’m also a client.” The photo on the left is from 16 years ago. The photos are not retouched. I weigh the same in both photos.
I have not had any facial plastic surgery, only noninvasive, conservative treatments, mostly injectables and occasional skin lasers / microneedling.
Here’s what I’ve done over the last 10 or so years:
Botox: 2-3 times a year in my frown lines, forehead, around my eyes for a brow lift, chin, jaw muscles, and neck.
Filler: 1-2 times a year, I put a small amount in my lips, VERY little in my cheeks (I was blessed with naturally big cheeks I have to be super careful with cheek filler, but I do a little to maintain balance). I also get filler in my chin for lower face support and in my temples, which are starting to hollow. I do not get filler in my nasolabial lines or under my eyes because I don’t think it would look natural on my face.
Clear and Brilliant Laser, microneedling, quality skincare, and facials: You’ve gotta keep working on the “fabric”. What you do on top of your skin is just as important as what you inject into it. It’s always good to have a fabulous esthetician on your side @eskinbyelinor
Some people are afraid of Botox and fillers because they don’t want their face to change. Well, aging is going to inevitably change your face, the purpose of these treatments is to preserve your look for as long as possible.
My patients and I joke about this all the time.. Thank goodness for Botox and fillers! It’s all about prevention, subtle enhancements and maintenance. Why not be the best version of you.