Sorry for the lack of recent posts, but the launch of Aqualant is close upon us and I have been scurrying around to get it out the door. But, if that wasn't enough, I had a proposition presented to our company that has pulled me away from normal daily activities. We can't release any information, but details will be coming very soon. So, posts may be more sporadic over the next few months.
I have several topics that I have drafted but, I haven't had time to verify some of the research, but here is an article that was recently posted that I felt was worth a comment.
The writer comments that she can't really tell a difference in the before and after posted below. However, I see a softer look that is subtle and more attractive. Her eyebrows are lifted and wider apart which opens up her eyes to make her look more friendly.
However, Botox over done is difficult to look at. Therefore, make sure you find someone that is well trained on the ART of botox application.
I agree with the writer that its OK to use cosmetic procedures to enhance yourself, but scaring people into using the products is bad.
Fear is a big motivator in the beauty biz.
The writer admits to wanting to enhance her own self image by using a retinol cream at night (I wonder if it's Green Cream?)...