It’s that time of year again – awards season. And let’s be honest: Although we may tune in to see who’s winning and losing, what we’re really interested in is how our favorite stars look. It seems that no matter how much time goes by, celebrities somehow manage to escape the effects of aging. Stepping out onto the red carpet, they appear flawless and wrinkle free. How do they do it?
- Injectables: Dermal fillers and anti-wrinkle injections such as BOTOX® Cosmetic are common choices among celebrities who want to perfect their looks before a big event. Even A-list actresses such as Nicole Kidman have confessed to using BOTOX at least once. Because injectables require little or no downtime and quickly refresh a tired appearance, they are ideal for quick “touch up” treatments before major events. Many of our clients at St. Louis Cosmetic Surgery choose injectable fillers or BOTOX before weddings, anniversaries or other important occasions.
- Plastic Surgery: Facial plastic surgery procedures such as a facelift aren’t popular only in St. Louis. In Hollywood and around the world, people choose cosmetic surgery to rejuvenate their faces and bodies. Many of the celebrities on TV have undergone procedures such as breast augmentation and liposuction. Since surgery requires downtime, however, these treatments must be performed several months in advance of a big event to allow for healing.
- Skin Care: Just by looking at their skin tone and overall skin quality, it’s safe to say that most celebrities take good care of their skin. The key to smooth, soft skin is a regular skin care routine using products that contain high-quality active ingredients. Using sunscreen daily is critical for healthy skin, since many age-related conditions are accelerated by environmental factors. Our medical spa in St. Louis, MO, offers premium skin products such as SkinMedica®, PRESCRIBEDsolutions® and VIVITÉ®.
Celebrities aren’t the only ones who can have younger-looking skin. You can learn more about reviving your appearance by contacting us at (636) 530-6161 or
requesting a consultation online.