Millennials Receiving Preventative Botox

Millennials Receiving Preventative Botox

Leave it to Millennials to be so self-absorbed they now begin Botox treatments before their skin even starts to wrinkle!

What next, breast enhancements when they are 10 years old? Hey, it’s never too early to start sexualizing the children, right!

Check out this article by Fox News about Botox use among adolescents.

While Botox is most commonly associated with middle-aged people looking to turn back the clock, there’s a growing trend among the younger set who want to fight off signs of aging before they ever show up. And in a social-media obsessed world flooded with selfies, it’s no surprise millennials are turning to this option in order to look their best.

“The largest growing demographic at my practice are millennials in their late 20s and early 30s,” Dr. Paul Jarrod Frank, celebrity cosmetic dermatologist and founder of PFRANKMDand PFRANKMD Skin Salon in New York City, told Fox News.

The superficial generation.

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God forbid Millennials actually go through real crow’s feet causing stress.

At 30, far too many Millennials are still trying to figure out when in the next 10 or so years they plan to leave their parents’ homes. Then again, what’s to worry about when either their parents or the government guarantees everything for them. If it takes you until 40 to “find yourself”, don’t sweat it. The livable wage will be there to comfort their lazy asses, right?

God forbid Botox isn’t covered under Obamacare. Another thing Obama tricked those gullible bumpkins on. So much for hope and change.

The article continues,

Preventative Botox, the concept of treating the facial muscles that you use more frequently in order to avoid wrinkles from forming, has become an increasingly popular procedure for young people. “These days, it’s just another form of grooming (like getting waxed, coloring your hair, getting facials, etc),” Dr. Frank said. Annual statistics from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons confirm this trend, as reported Botox procedures increased 28 percent since 2010 among 20 to 29-year-olds.

Like GROOMING?! Please!

I remember when a family friend, Nancy got a facelift. She was mid-40’s and the facelift certainly took years off her face. But she wouldn’t have dreamed of doing the procedure in her 20s or 30s. And trust me, she could afford it.

We now live in a time when 20-year-olds look for perfection, even when they have essentially no miles on them. That’s like leasing a car for 3 months, then getting a new one.

And plastic surgeons love this.

The article continues,

There’s no exact age when you should start getting Botox, but the sooner you treat signs of aging, the better your results will be. “I don’t like to tell people to treat what they don’t have, but if you’re starting to see traces of lines in your mid-to-late twenties or early thirties, it is best to clean your room before it gets dirty,” Dr. Frank said. “If someone is expressive with their face and prone to getting lines, they should consider exploring a preventative neuromodulator. The later you start the more difficult it is to achieve the ideal results.”

Isn’t that true of almost everything? If you start sooner, it works better. Saving for retirement, learning a skill, and so on.

What Millennials want is preventative strife. Because most they haven’t had any hardships for the most part. As I said earlier, when confronted with anything remotely resembling difficulties, Millennials are bailed out by either the government, or their PC-compliant parents.

Thankfully these chumps have a new world led by Conservatives. Too bad America wastes potentially its greatest era in history on such self-indulgent freaks.

 

 

 

 

 

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