Archive for August, 2012

Don’t Let Wrinkles Hide Your Emotions!

One of the most common fears that women (and men) may have before opting for Botox is that their face may become stiff and not capable of showing their full emotions. While this is not an issue when you have board certified professionals administering the proper amount of Botox like we do at YOLO, this article should help comfort those who would like to receive Botox, but are concerned about their ability to express emotions. “Most people worry about developing wrinkles and want to delay the effects of aging as much as possible to ensure they look their best. However, a new study published in the Journal of Experimental Social […]

Who Is Choosing Plastic Surgery?

This new article from the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery reveals some pretty surprising information about the most common people to undergo plastic surgery are not Hollywood celebrities, but rather, everyday women! Plastic surgery is becoming an option for more and more women to achieve their ideal look at any age. Check out the article below: “When you think of cosmetic surgery, you might imagine those familiar faces from the red carpet events quietly shuttling themselves into a posh clinic for a little nip and tuck. While there are plenty of stars who go under the knife, the reality is that most people who seek out cosmetic surgery are […]

Another Surprising Use For Botox!

Seems like they are always figuring new uses for Botox. Here’s one of the surprising uses of the injectable! “Have you ever woken up after a long night’s sleep feeling like you had been chewing on gravel while you slept? A pair of new studies has found that Botox, the drug commonly used to help individuals improve their looks by reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles on the face, can also help those who suffer from nighttime teeth grinding. MyHealthNewsDaily.com reports that researchers from the University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston tested the efficacy of using Botox injections to treat nocturnal bruxism, or chronic nighttime teeth-grinding. […]