Your “first” is always special, right? Whether it’s first love, first dance, first puppy, first day of school, first job or any first in a lifetime of new experiences. Everything that follows may be wonderful, but there’s only one that can be first.
And that phenomenon holds true in the world of cosmetic dermatology and the eternal search for that Fountain of Youth. We’ve talked about many fabulous changes and advances – modern miracles, actually – in the non-invasive treatments, procedures and products of this “Golden Age of Beauty.” And they are miraculous.
But in the hype and ballyhoo of the latest and greatest discoveries, let’s never forget the product that was FIRST. The product that lead the way for all the others to follow and flooded the waiting rooms with women – and men! –eager to enjoy the first promise of restored youth. BOTOX delivered on the promise.
Whether you have enjoyed many of the age-defying treatments of the day or this is your first introduction to the possibilities, BOTOX is the perfect beginning.
Convenient; no recovery time (do it over your lunch break and return to work!); mild, if any, side effects; virtually, pain-free; fast results; very affordable and stunning success for the first requirement – eliminating wrinkles!
And, by the way, while best known for removing frown lines, crow’s feet and other lines and wrinkles, don’t forget that BOTOX also has some wonderful “up-lifting”capabilities.
Strategically placed, by a skilled practitioner, a mini brow-lift may also be achieved. By subtly lifting your brow, a hooded eyelid also is opened, restoring a more wide-eyed, youthful appearance.
If you’ve been thinking about removing a few years from your appearance and adding a new fresh, vibrant and natural radiance – don’t delay. There’s never a better time than now for your first sip at the Fountain of Youth!
LA’s been part of my life ever since I can remember which is kind of odd, since I’m a mildde-aged Australian who has never set foot in the city. Your town never fails to fascinate me, Larry. I guess it’s the same all over the world. Keep the great stories coming.