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How to Lose a Wrinkle in 10 Days Kate Hudson Style

By Julie Fink
Posted On Nov 02, 2015
How to Lose a Wrinkle in 10 Days Kate Hudson Style

There comes a point in every 30 something’s life when she asks herself the inevitable question, ‘Do I need Botox?” My youthful transition from drug store dabbler to department store frequent has come to pinnacle. I need something more and is that more an injectable.

Most celebrity skin care treatments include Botox and fillers. It’s evident they have access to the most advanced skin care knowledge, products and practices in the world, while this Midwestern gal might not have at my fingertips.

Recently, plastic surgeons shed some light on how fresh-faced actress Kate Hudson keeps her skin smooth and youthful looking, which includes injectables. As a health conscious and Fabletics Hudson admirer, I tune in.

“I see an attractive 36-year-old that is aging well with some minor injectable maintenance likely being done, Hudson has very few lines on her face. She may be maintaining her smooth forehead and softening her crows feet with a neuromodulator such as Botox or Dysport,” the doctor goes on to say.

New You shines some light on the debatable injectable too. Facial volumization has come a long way and may be the path to a natural, more youthful you. Today’s facial fillers work wonders on wrinkles, folds and contour deficits. But with the wide variety of fillers on the market it can be daunting to know which one is best for you.

Make sure you educate yourself on the three types of fillers: gel fillers, collagen, stimulators and permanent fillers. Then meet with an experienced facial injector who will guide you to make the right choice based on your goals and needs. Some of these options, such as gel fillers, are more natural and might be a good beginner option as they won’t be permanent. Others, like silicone based fillers can be easier to maintain over time as they don’t fade like gel fillers, but do have side effects that may be difficult to manage.

To inject or not to inject? That is thequestion.

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