Rise Of The Universal Face

Mr Geoff Mullan helps Instyle editor explain how will we really look in ten, 50 or even 500 years from now?

“The Botox aesthetic can certainly be mapped with the very shiny foreheads of the early naughties,’ says Dr Geoff Mullan of Medicetics. ‘Treatments tended to be more heavy-handed on the centre of the face and reduced over the lateral brows, giving that sharp brow look with total paralysis. This caused the frontalis muscle (the main one on the forehead) to atrophy, resulting in a tight effect. The fact that Botox also turns off the sweat glands added to that characteristic frozen look. ”

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