If you had five hundred dollars, would you spend it on serums and face creams, or would you spend it on a beauty tweakment at your doctor’s office?
If you don’t already know, a beauty tweakment done by qualified doctors is a minor cosmetic procedure, usually non- or minimally invasive, which means it doesn’t involve going under general anaesthesia or under the knife in order to beautify (usually) the face.
Common tweakments usually involve Botox and fillers. Are these facial tweakments common, hell yes. For the young, a few jabs here and there can pretty much enhance your facial shape, tweak the ratio of things here and there to make you finally look “enhanced”, while usually still looking a lot more like yourself than what plastic surgery does. Full lips (lip fillers), earnest wide eyes (botox browlift), a slender, straight nose (nose fillers or nose threads), smooth skin (lasers and chemical peels), and a V-shaped sculpted jawline (Botox masseters).
For the older women, tweakments are for a slightly different purpose. To be considered good-looking in your middle years, your face should be looking like it did in your 30s or early 40s. The usual signs of aging such as sagging cheeks and deepening nasolabial folds can be swiftly dealt with natural facial fillers using filler lifting and cheek/midface volumizing techniques such as volume high definition lift or filler hydrolift.
These procedures are mostly done within 30 minutes – with some prep work such as cleansing, topical numbing cream prior, you will see yourself done and out of the clinic within 60 minutes. Botox lasts on average 4 to 6 months, while fillers last anything between 4 to 24 months, depending on the type of filler used, and the amount injected. So if you thought you needed to make time for these, get floored when you hear this, more and more people are visiting these proper beauty medical establishments for a quick facial refreshment session as often as every one to two months.
So, just how common are “tweakees”? More common than you think. You only have to look around at the number of “special people” who look like they have fabulous cheekbones or great skin. Maybe it’s down to lucky genetics. Or maybe it was a tweakment.