YOU IN­JECTED WHAT WHERE?

INJECTABLES ARE BE­ING USED IN PLACES BE­YOND LIPS AND 11S. HERE ARE A FEW SUR­PRIS­ING OFFLABEL USES.

ELLE (Canada) - - Beauty -

NOSE You can mask a bump or even lift a droop­ing tip with filler, says Torg­er­son. JAW­LINE Bo­tox can nar­row a widen­ing bot­tom half of the face by re­lax­ing the mus­cle you ac­ti­vate when you grind your teeth. With three in­jec­tion ses­sions of “mas­seter” Bo­tox, the lower part of the face can be given a softer, more oval look, says Torg­er­son. KNEES An in­jec­tion of hyaluronic-acid filler can be used in con­junc­tion with a tight­en­ing tech­nol­ogy like Ther­mage to lift sag­ging knees. BODY Kel­lett uses hyaluronic-acid filler to re­shape body de­for­ma­tions, such as fill­ing in gaps on the lower legs of pa­tients who have been in an ac­ci­dent.

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