Medicetics recommended for Sculptra Treatments by Daily Mail

Daily Mail

A 2007 study by Dallas plastic surgeon Rod Rohrich reveals how we lose fat on our face. First, it goes from around the eyes, then from the middle of the cheek under the eye, then from cheekbones, the inner jawline either side of the mouth and the nose-to-mouth lines, and finally from the forehead and sides of the face.

THE BEAUTY TREATMENT: Sculptra by Vicky Dondos of (020 740 22033), from £400 per treatment, recommended course is three treatments. Sculptra involves injections of a substance called Poly-L-lactic acid, which is rapidly absorbed by the body but effectively stimulates collagen growth. “It takes six weeks for the results to show, but the effect can last up to two years and gives a soft, completely natural look too gaunt faces,” says Dondos.

THE LOW DOWN Dozens of studies show that women with short lower faces, such as Penelope Cruz, are considered beautiful. According to a recent article published in the Journal Of Sex Research, this is because a testosterone surge in men during puberty causes the lower part of the male face to grow bigger and longer. So in women, small but not receding chins, narrow jaws and short philtrums (the space between the nose and upper lip) are a sign of femininity and fertility and make females appear prettier. While men’s noses are most attractive at a 90-degree angle to the face, women’s noses are judged most attractive when they are at a 105 to 110-degree angle.

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