Fill 'er up
Finally, a legitimate reason not to lose weight.
Dr. Rhoda Narins said extreme weight loss thins the skin, while decreasing the amount of fatty tissue, making the face appear narrow, empty and aged.
Who wants that?
Of course, Dr. Narins isn’t suggesting any of us not lose weight. She’s plugging facial fillers, and using celebrities and the red carpet to spread the word.
Narins is past president of the American Society for Dermatologic Surgery and American Society for Dermatologic Surgery and dermasurgeon to several celebrity clients.
For celebrities who endure extreme diet and exercise to stay skinny, a once full, healthy face may become sunken, hollowed and less attractive. “Since the face is the first part of the body to reflect unhealthy eating habits and dieting, celebrities are requesting fillers to ‘naturally’ plump up sunken facial features,” she said.
New filler products and techniques, according to her press release, turn a thin face into a full, healthy looking face with just a few treatments and minimal downtime. Dr. Narins said these are the most popular fillers used by celebrities.
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