Who can argue lips are sensuous, they are sexy, they are powerful, and we want them larger! A plump pout is a symbol of youth, sexiness and sensuality.
“Full Lips S-C-R-E-A-M ‘Kiss Me’
And Men Go Crazy Over Them!”
The eyes may be the windows to the soul but our lips are definitely the gateway to sensuality. Full, soft-looking lips seem to compliment and soften any woman’s face and bring out her most feminine, sensual and sultry features. Look at the “stars”, plenty of them flaunt their big, full lips, but believe me, not all of them were born with those lips!
How do they plump up their puckers?
Better Than Collagen Injections? Clinical studies show Deanol actually helps increase circulation and tone to the lips, creating a fuller, firmer appearance.
Let’s get the answer right from the horse’s mouth. Celebrity makeup artist Matthew Van Leuwen was quoted in In Style magazine as saying he NEVER applies lip color to his celebrity clients unless he prepares their lips with Deanol (as a lip plumper) first. He said Deanol…
“Makes Lips Look As If You
Just Made Out For Half An Hour!”
Is he hallucinating? Not at all. Clinical studies show Deanol actually helps increase circulation and tone to the lips, creating a fuller, firmer appearance. It is truly a great way to achieve dramatic increase in lip size, and is a great “special occasion” beauty tool. It’s no surprise Deanol is a Hollywood standby for photo-shoots and a favorite trick of models and actresses to get the lips looking extra plump and full.
Not Lie About Your Age, But Boast About It –
And Smile When Their Jaws Drop In Amazement…
Keep reading because right now I’m going to tell you about the perfect “climaxer” to all the anti-aging and anti-wrinkle ingredients in dermatologist-recommended LifeCell…
Everyone is talking about Botox® and how it makes wrinkles disappear. Without a doubt when used properly, Botox is one of the best cosmetic procedures. Period.
Botox decreases the ability to smile, frown or squint, thereby preventing the appearance of lines and wrinkles caused by what is known as “dynamic” wrinkles, meaning, wrinkles caused by repeated facial expressions.
Doctors inject Botox directly into muscle to cause paralysis, leading to wrinkle relaxation, a feat inciting famed NY Times columnist Maureen Dowd to assert it was creating a “generation of expressionless zombies.”
Anyways, Botox users may have reasons to frown…
Here’s the other half of the story:
1. Botox addresses only one aspect of facial rejuvenation — motion wrinkles. It does not reduce fine lines, sun damage, skin roughness, nor does it help with acne scars, uneven pigmentation or age spots.
2. The FDA has only approved Botox for use on an extremely limited area (less than 5% of our entire face). That area is the tiny little space where sometimes there is a furrow between your eyebrows. You can’t use Botox ANYWHERE ELSE!
3. Botox users might be surprised to learn they’re actually receiving injections of a bacterial neurotoxin called botulinum, one of the most poisonous substances known. Exposure to large amounts of it can cause DEATH.
4. The effect of Botox injections almost completely disappear within 3 to 6 months. After which you need to again and again set up appointments with a doctor, get a new set of injections and spend more money (about $700)…every 3 to 6 months.
5. Regular injections risk skin and nerve damage and actually thin the skin exacerbating some skin problems.
6. Sometime ago, a couple was in a critical condition in Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center, breathing through ventilators and being fed intravenously after receiving adulterated Botox injections.
7. Pregnant women and women who are breast feeding should not undergo Botox treatment as there has been limited research of its effects on unborn fetuses and infants.
And Hold your breath…
Here’s the bummer of bummers:
Dr. David Becker from Cornell Medical College says, “Patients receiving Botox injections to remove facial wrinkles, skin adjacent to the treatment area may become more wrinkled.” (read that again if you like)
You read that right! He explains why people who take Botox may develop new wrinkles as a result of the treatment. “After receiving Botox, a patient may unconsciously attempt to re-create the facial expressions in the area where treatment has paralyzed their facial muscles…What can happen is that other, nearby muscles compensate — this can have the effect of actually creating new wrinkles.”
In any case, if you do decide to get injected with Botox, it is best used in combination with other procedures.
But, what if you are not interested in paying $700 every 3-6 months, getting pierced by injections, and you don’t want to “risk” anything?