Blotched Botox

06Oct10

CELEBRITY | PLASTIC SURGERY
By Huda Heidi Kattan

No one wants wrinkles. Wanting a wrinkle is like wanting a pimple! It’s not particularly attractive and it can be very distracting when in the wrong area. However, we all have them, some more visible than others, but at what extreme should we go to remove these frown lines? What it cost you more than just a few dollars in the bank? What about your beauty? What if getting Botox could spoil your look and make you actually look deformed?

Sound a bit extreme, well, not really! At least not for Dana Delany, former Desperate Housewives actress. In a recent interview with People magazine, Dana revealed that her eyes are not even. Nope! One actually droops lower than the other after a bad Botox injection.

“Seven years ago, I had never heard of Botox. My dermatologist was saying, ‘You should try it.’ He injected my forehead, hit a nerve, and created a huge hematoma. The nerve has been dead ever since. It affected the muscle in my right eye, so my eye has started to droop a little bit. My hat’s off to Jamie Lee Curtis. She’s so smart, and she doesn’t dye her hair or anything. And Meryl Streep still looks like herself. Diane Keaton, too. I think the really great actresses don’t worry about that kind of thing.”

One thing is for sure, you have a better chance of knowing exactly how you will look when you use natural techniques, like egg white face masks, or mashed bananas to fight wrinkles, or facial yoga.  While I personally don’t think anything is wrong with making sure you look youthful, I do feel it is extremely important to do your research before hand! Make sure you find a doctor that you trust and feel comfortable.

source people
image credits scientificamerican

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One Response to “Blotched Botox”

  1. 1 Alya

    Great post!!! Makes you think twice!!! Thanks for posting!!! That is why I love your blog!! You post about natural ingredients!!


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