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Jun 30 26 Comments

Use botox or something similar?

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  • New cbbu61
    let’s get this cleared up. when you get old, you get old. with botox or dyed hair you just look like an old person with botox and dyed hair. the only people who tell you it looks great are those with vested interest in you thinking this looks good. so your spouse, your family, the person selling you this shit. you’re old, come to terms with it and focus on more important things in life than your silly appearance
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    • Google 1234-/:;(
      Botox is great for preventative wrinkles! If you are too expressive with your face it leaves wrinkles no matter how old you are. My friend is 22 getting preventative botox and she looks amazing!
      Jun 30
    • Bloomberg / Eng
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      Advice is never ‘an’ nor ‘advices’ 😂
      Jun 30
    • F5 Networks RRA
      OP: Watch the movie "Death Becomes Her."
      Jun 30
    • Atlassian / Eng mchn
      I guess @cbbu61 just feels that injecting neurotoxin to paralyze your muscles for vanity isn't a particularly good use of science, or of anyone's time and money.

      Each to their own, I guess.
      Jun 30
    • New cbbu61
      i’m saying this because i am around a lot of wealthy people and a lot of them do it and it always shows. people who look great in their 40s and 50s have been very cautious all their life about their lifestyle and are genetically predisposed to look younger. the question is why would you do it? you don’t need to impress anyone and that money is better spent on therapy to get your confidence in line.

      in late 30s women generally start becoming sexually invisible to men and that is unfortunate but the botox isn’t going to turn back time.
      Jun 30
    • Salesforce pleasad
      This is actually much more nuanced. Botox is an art and you need a talented doctor that understands the face in depth to do it well.
      Jun 30
    • Google 1234-/:;(
      You do botox and keep up looks for yourself not for men!!!!!
      Jun 30
    • Symantec
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      Say that when you are single and want a companion. First impression is made by looking at photos. No one wants to meet or talk unless you share photos. Now if the skin is wrinkled or someone looks old. How would they do?
      Jun 30
    • New cbbu61
      i suppose that’s a good excuse but ultimately the only reason for women to want to maintain youth is to be desirable but of course that would make it about men so the explanation du jour is i’m doing it for me. sounds totally legit if psychology was not your thing
      Jun 30
    • Symantec
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      Not an excuse. Another situation where someone is trying to grow in career and is rising ladder based on merit. If they have to do be presentable, clean and clear skin, well toned body and right posture makes a good impression. We are living in the world of imagination and we want it to be beautiful.

      Evolution of beauty. If it need a little boost, I feel it's ok. Tough, I feel plastic surgeries are taking too far.
      Jun 30
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    Does taking protein supplements or body toning using other methods get justified if botox isn't? Both are not natural and yet there is stigma against botox?
    Jun 30 3
    • New cbbu61
      you don’t need protein supplements. that is all marketing that makes you believe you need supplements, any supplements. people are generally dumb and think that they can “get rich quick” by taking a supplement to solve a problem with their body that can only be solved by patience, persistence, hard work and discipline.
      Jun 30
    • Salesforce pleasad
      Man you’re really negative chhub. Do you understand the word supplement? The way it works is it helps you get a few extra grams of protein in your day to make up for otherwise needing to eat another giant piece of chicken. It’s used by hard working people to get every last drop of value for their effort.
      Jun 30
    • New cbbu61
      you missed the last part of the response. an average person, whom we’re talking about in this thread taking supplements is like you going to the porsche dealer and getting a gt3 when you really can handle a beattle.
      Jun 30
  • Symantec
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    About 80% voted no. If botox or supplements are treated same as makeup. Both are using chemicals but if in moderation would you feel it's ok and change your vote?
    Jun 30 2
    • New / Eng rresoisnco
      No because organic makeup isn't the same as organic fillers.
      Jul 2
    • Google KennyLogin
      I'm a bit confused because you seem to have asked "do you use botox" and are interpreting the answers as though you had asked "is it OK to use botox".

      There's plenty of things that I think it's okay for someone else to do, but that aren't a thing I do myself.
      Jul 3
  • Oath Atinlay2
    What?
    Jun 30 0
  • New
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    I use both Botox and fillers regularly, DM me for more details on picking a provider, patient expectations, cost and regimen etc. If done well, no one should be able to tell in person but you can see an improvement in pics
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  • Amazon ohbother
    Tbh I’m curious about Botox, but a bit intimidated, too. Anyone who’s used it want to talk about what it’s like? E.g. when/why did you start using it? How did you find a good place to get it? It is obvious right after? How often do you need to get it? How long do you plan to get it? Have you experienced any negatives? Etc.
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