Women are often conflicted on getting facial rejuvenation procedures because they fear what others may think. In a recent opinion page post in The New York Times written by Dorris Day, an aesthetic dermatologist, she discusses her perspective on aesthetic intervention: “There is no wrong answer here, “ she says. “It’s a personal choice. There shouldn’t be any guilt in keeping information private.”
Women like to share information – we share by nature; anything and everything from clothes to relationship advice and beauty. Dorris talked about how she has been getting BOTOX® treatments for 20 years and her husband doesn’t know – he just calls her beautiful and that’s all she needs to hear.
The psychological benefits of aesthetic treatments have been proven to improve self-esteem and feelings of happiness, mainly because you are doing something that makes you feel good about yourself, increasing your confidence level from the inside out. So, before undergoing enhancement, ask yourself the following questions:
- What is your motivation for this medical spa treatment?
- Are you doing it for yourself?
- What do you want to change and for how long?
- What are your expectations?
If you approach your decision for any medical aesthetic treatment as a personal choice, with a full education on what to expect and have reasonable expectations on the outcome, you will be very pleased with your results. The staff at MCH Laser and Wellness understands and respects that medical aesthetic enhancement is a personal choice.
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