Botox Makes You Look Older? One doctor swears it does.
By Julia Scirrotto
DR. FREDRIC BRANDT
Lindsay, 25, doctoral student, has Botox injections every four to five months in her forehead, between her eyebrows, and next to her eyes: "A lot of women wait until they are really in bad shape, and that's kind of like saying, 'I'm going to wait until I have a heart attack to go to the cardiologist.' Botox is just like putting on sunscreen for me."
DR. NICHOLAS V. PERRICONE
Elizabeth, 54, photographer, follows Perricone's program and has never tried Botox: "I'm a year older than my sister, and she loves Botox, but are faces are comparable. She looks great, but her skin texture isn't as supple. Yes, it's expensive to eat organic and use good products, but when you can [fight aging] a natural way, why would you do Botox?"