Let’s select a person in their fifties to illustrate the truth of the situation. 99% of the time, if someone doesn’t appear to have neck laxity or jowling, it’s because they’ve had an operation to fix it. Considering that the natural aging process truly begins to take hold in one’s late 40s and manifests itself in one’s 50s. Unless you’re extremely uncommon and endowed with fantastic genetics, which will eventually catch up nevertheless. If you have already undergone cosmetic surgery, lying about it is somewhat risky and unethical, especially if you’re trying to sell something.
In today’s episode, we enquire further about facial aging and the procedures Dr. Karam, a seasoned plastic surgeon, would steer clear of. Shop Gloss Angeles this episode.
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Kirbie Johnson and Sara Tan, two seasoned beauty journalists, co-host the podcast Gloss Angeles. They reveal the trends, cures, and hot items you’re dying to hear the inside scoop on as subject experts and real-life pals. Friday episodes feature guests ranging from industry insiders to celebrity spokespeople, including Hailey Bieber, Halsey, Selena Gomez, Scarlett Johannson, Laverne Cox, Jonathan Van Ness, Barbie Ferreria, Brad Mondo, Emma Chamberlain, Dr. Jason Diamond, Charlotte Palermino, and more. Tuesday episodes feature their current favorite products and the most noteworthy beauty news.
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