Sep 11, 2017
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This week’s episode dives a little deeper into the topic of beauty by addressing one of the common questions for women after 40 — should I get Botox?
Admittedly, a more polarizing topic than last week’s episode on eyelashes, the decision to pursue Botox, along with other injectables (more often known in medical circles as “facial rejuvenation treatments”), is a highly personal one. While not right for everyone, for some people it’s an option they’d like to know more about. That’s the goal of this week’s new show — to give listeners more info to help with those decisions.
On this episode:
You’ll first hear two different perspectives — one from a listener who gets Botox treatments and the other from a listener who does not. Both women share the reasoning behind their choices and what they think are the most important concerns/considerations.
Then, I’ll share my interview with Dr. Landon McLain, a double board-certified cosmetic surgery specialist who offers facial rejuvenation treatment as a part of his oral/facial and cosmetic surgery practice. Specifically, he discusses:
I wrap up my conversation with Dr. McLain with some insights on how to find a reputable provider and then share my own experiences in terms of discomfort levels of both Botox and Sculptra.
To close out the show, you’ll hear from two fans of the show as they answer the question, "What Makes You SO Unmillennial?" (Note: If you’ve been listening to the podcast directly on the website, because you aren’t sure where to “subscribe” you will relate to the first listener for sure!) If you’d like to be featured in an upcoming show, leave me a voicemail OR join the This Unmillennial Life Facebook Group. I’d love to hear what’s on your mind!
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This week’s episode is sponsored by HealthyAperture.com — the web's first and only dietitian-curated recipe discovery site.
Musical support provided by Ben Williams at Kudzu Studio. Website support provided by Katy Widrick at MakeMediaOver.com. Additional support provided by Jim White of JimWhiteFit.com and Robin Plotkin of RobinsBite.com.