Saturday December 7, 2019

Beauty: A lift for the ages

While Botox remains Ireland’s worst-kept secret, a swathe of non-surgical anti-wrinkle alternatives is gaining popularity

27th August, 2017

In my conversations with skin clinics the length and breadth of the country, it seems that Botox and other injectables are still the most popular anti-wrinkle treatments in Ireland. That said, it’s not yet something we’re ready to discuss beyond a whisper. For those who have it done, it’s a tool for personal enhancement and empowerment, and yet the age-old stigma that suggests an unwillingness to ‘age gracefully’ hangs in the air. So we keep...

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