Tag: fillers

  • Fine Lines Under Your Eyes. Discuss.

    Fri, 1 November 2013 3:30PM

    So maybe it’s all those sleepless nights and unholy amounts of computer screen time. Or maybe it’s the fact I’m no longer in my mid twenties. Whatever the reason, fine lines are popping up to say howdy, and they love hanging out underneath my eyes. It’s not crows feet territory, but when I smile they… more

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  • Looking for a Serious Skin Treatment? Here’s How to Know You’re Going to the Right Place

    Thu, 13 December 2012 1:15PM

    So you’ve started to wonder if it’s time to try out this laser business? Or you may be a dermabrasion virgin and want to ensure you visit a clinic with a stellar reputation and results?   Trust me: Google just can’t come up with the goods this time. See, there is no governing body that polices salons and… more

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  • Talking Anti-Ageing with Top Derm (and ‘Topical Botox’ Investigator), Dr Joely Kaufman

    Wed, 5 December 2012 4:05PM

    I’m what you’d call a scaredy-cat when it comes to the more invasive style of anti-ageing. I tried Botox once, way back when it first launched in Australia, just to experience what I was writing about. And while it most definitely smoothed out my brow like nothing I’d seen seen since my teenage years, I… more

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  • Review: Peter Thomas Roth Laser-Free Retexturiser & Regenerator

    Wed, 24 October 2012 5:29PM

    I’m not (at least, yet) into any kind of beauty treatment more invasive than intense pulsed light (which I get every six or so months to keep my rosacea and some age spots in check). Like Emma-Charlotte Bangay, I prefer to try to control the physical ageing process via the good health route – in… more

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  • Considering Botox? Read This First…

    Wed, 19 September 2012 3:27PM

    Whatever your opinion on injectable anti-ageing procedures, if the $644.7 million spent on such anti-ageing treatments in Australia alone is anything to go by, they are here to stay. Although this prickly topic deems raised eyebrows a thing of the past, it does constantly raise concerns and questions in many camps. There are those who consider the… more

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  • What I Know About … Acne Scars

    Sun, 29 July 2012 12:28PM

    For the majority of my teen years, I was relatively acne-free. Once I turned 18, I thought I’d managed to avoid the whole pimply business. Hooray! Then, at around 21, it began. Joy. And it wasn’t just a spot here and there. I’m talking angry, red acne that would cause well-meaning strangers to give me advice… more

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  • The Botox Backlash?

    Wed, 4 April 2012 12:12PM

    According to any weekly gossip magazine, Botox frenzy continues to abound in Hollywood. But sources tell me the winds of change may be blowing in Tinsel Town, and the effect is trickling to our shores. Dr William Mooney, Facial Cosmetic Surgeon and Rhinoplasty expert who has a clinic in starlet-heavy Bondi, NSW, says that although Botox… more

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  • Carla Bruni, WTF have you done to your face?

    Wed, 17 March 2010 10:27AM

    After yesterdays post about ‘Teen Toxing’, I thought it rather fitting that today, I stumble upon these pictures of Carla Bruni, who appears to have wrecked her face entirely, Primpers. Well done Carla. Perhaps old mate Hannah Burge should check these images out, just to see exactly what happens when you have too many fillers… more

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  • Kylie’s face needs addressing. Immediately.

    Wed, 11 February 2009 2:49PM

    I know, I know, first Paris, now Kylie – just one easy target after another. But seriously, how can I not comment on Kylie Minogue’s face when she insists on making it look this way? How can I refrain in my capacity as the editor of PRIMPED from pointing out what exactly she has done,… more

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