BOTOX.....would you do it?

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  1. wgb

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    Would you consider Botox to look younger?
     
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  5. D_Diesel Oyl

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    of course
     
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    Yes. Thank goodness, Botox exists.
     
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    I hear botox injections into the cock head does wonders - knew a guy who did it, fucking loved it
     
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    I did it once, and it gave me the creeps really. No one really noticed however a few friends said I looked peaceful and well rested.
     
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    No. Staying out of the sun, no smoking and watching your diet work extremely well for keeping the skin younger looking.
     
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    Nah - I want to see what happens naturally, and other people to be able to see an honest impression of how I've aged, etc. Dunno why tho, lol.
     
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    Seeing the characterless faces of some people on botox is good reason not to do it myself.
     
  12. Lex

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    I had never considered how much people with lots of botox in their faces resemble corpses filled with embalming fluid. Yuck.

    I'll take wisdom, gray hair and wrinkles for $500, please Alex!
     
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    No I wouldn't. I am fine with aging.
     
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    Yes but I don't need it yet, I'm told.
     
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    easy for you to say you don't have to worry about your tan!:biggrin1:
     
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    sure but just a little. i wouldn't go overboard.
     
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    No, I wouldn't :smile:
     
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    Um, no.
     
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    I love folks that criticize what they have not researched.

    I've had botox for the last 2 years. I have it injected in areas I was concerned about - my crow's feet. I'm fine with the lines on my forehead.

    No one and I mean no one could tell that I had botox in my face until I volunteered it.

    The bottom line is that some people like to flaunt that they have had botox - as another sign of wealth.

    I was running a lot and I looked tired and one line was moving down my face (thanks dad) so I had it injected there.

    The doc that does mine explained it simply: There is east coast botox and west coast botox. East coast generally looks for subtle changes and the west coast wants every line filled.

    Most just thought I look liked I had a good night sleep.

    I get it done twice a year now...and no I haven't gone whole hog to inject every line or every area of my face. subtle changes go a long away.

    I wear sun block, don't smoke and I drink on occasion, once or twice a month. I get lumifacials and yes, Botox helps. I get it done, b/c I wanted it done.

    Those that go whole hog on botox are often the same lot that get too much spray tanner. When used properly it helps.
     
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    Heh. True. But I do swear very strong sun block to make sure the sun's effects don't kill my skin.

    As long as you go for tan and not orange, I think you are in safer territory (mindful that any tanning = sun damage).
     
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