A Trip to a Cosmetic Dermatologist : Watch This

If you're a regular reader, you might have read about my visit last month to NYC dermatologist Dr. Arielle Kauvar. We talked about ways to erase some pesky signs of aging. You know, the W word: Wrinkles.

Next up was a video of Dr. Kauvar answering questions on the latest non-surgical options for looking better.

And now, we've come full circle with this video of my actual visit. I'm happy to report that the results are terrific - and when I look in the mirror I no longer see the wrinkles and lines that were there before my visit.

Here are some interesting facts about minimally-invasive cosmetic procedures: in 2008, there were 10.4 million, up five percent since 2007. Of these, the top five include Botox, hyaluronic acid fillers, chemical peels and microdermabrasion.

Along with the economy, surgical procedures like tummy tucks and liposuction have dropped. But minimally-invasive numbers rose, perhaps because of the trend toward putting off surgery and substituting less costly and less invasive procedures for now.

I hope that we've been able to answer any questions or curiosities you may have had by sharing this information with you. If you haven't yet ordered our free booklet, Your Guide to Nonsurgical Aesthetic Treatments, click here.

And, if you'd like to be a fly on the wall and watch what it's like to get Botox and fillers, tune in!


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