Not Sure About Going Under the Knife? Try These Non-Invasive Cosmetic Procedures

Cosmetic Surgery: Thermage, Laser Peel, Resylane, Juvederm, Botox, VelashapeAre you thinking about plastic surgery, but are just not quite sure if you want to take that step under the knife? There is good news for you inbetweeners‼ Non-Invasive cosmetic surgery is on the rise, which means you are not alone. Take a look at what some “inbetweener” celebs are saying.

Thermage, which tightens sagging skin with non-invasive radiofrequency energy, according to Real Self it has a 38 percent “Worth It” rating. Gwyneth Paltrow states,”I don’t mind a few wrinkles and freckles. I had this laser treatment recently, Thermage, and it took a couple of years off my face but I haven’t had any plastic surgery yet”.

On the other hand, laser peels or laser skin rejuvenation, rejuvenates the skin by removing the upper layer of the skin with a laser and has 52 percent “Worth It” rating. But many people have stated and side with Jennifer Aniston’s statement,”I did this thing called a peel. It’s extremely intense. You don’t realize you look like a battered burn victim for a week. [The dead skin on your face] just kind of falls off for eight days. It was horrifying.”

Some celebs like Nicole Kidman didn’t have much to say about Botox relaxing her wrinkles for about 4 months. “I did try Botox,” Nicole Kidman said. In addition, Kim Kardashian of course just boasting about her show only commented, “Three months ago my sisters and I did a VelaShape treatment, and we filmed the entire process!”

And last but certainly not least with an 86 percent “Worth It” rating, the “liquid facelift” uses injectable fillers such as Restylane and Juvederm combined with Botox. Jill Zarin looking fabulous than ever states, “I have a liquid facelift every six months. It really works. No knives.”

Get in touch with cosmetic surgery doctors in your area today and let us know about your experience. Go to your doctors profile page and submit a review. Click here to see other reviews about your procedure.

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