Investing in Your Career-First College, Then Cosmetic Surgery
There are more and more people on the job hunt in America today than ever before. It’s not only the young college graduates looking for jobs but now the older generations are in on the hunt. Who knew that to make a good impression you need to be fresh looking? Now, not only do you need to be on top of your game with your knowledge but you need to be on top with your looks as well.
Experience is a good thing when it comes to getting a job, but most business owners are not going to hire someone who looks like they have been worked to death. Literally, when age starts to take over the face people tend to look tired or angry due to lines around the eyes as well as the forehead. It would make sense for an owner to hire someone who looks refreshed and health.
According to a recent article in Times Magazine, this is the reason that people working in interacting jobs such as sales and retail are opting to enhance their facial features through rejuvenating procedures such as Botox, eyelid surgery and Facelift. Facials, chemical peels and laser skin resurfacing are quick fix treatments to help improve and maintain healthy glowing skin, which people are undergoing on a routine basis. Injectables such as Botox, Restylane and other facial fillers can help reduce the signs of aging by decreasing lines and wrinkles for a longer lasting fix. Most injectable’s are non-invasive procedures and require quarterly or bi-yearly up keep to maintain a fresh look.
People that are looking for a more long-term improvement opt for facelift surgery, neck lift, eyelid surgery, or a combination of all. These procedures are also less up keep considering the results last 5 to 10 years depending on diet, aging, etc. Whether you are looking for a quick fix or a more permanent change this is the sure fire way to help stay above the pack on the job hunt.
If you are interested in learning more about procedures of cosmetic plastic surgery, contact Dr. Tattlebaum today to schedule a consultation.