Is it true? Are our favorite gadgets giving us premature wrinkles? “Defensive Aging”, as we learned when Kim Kardashian coined the phrase in her “Kardashian Botox Plan”, is a growing trend, but can it really be traced to the use of our technology? One plastic surgeon in Baltimore was quoted saying, “We’ve just become more connected, and we’re using those devices more and more, and we’re overusing those muscles. So, I think we are seeing more and more patients that are more concerned about those hyper-animated lines that are developing”. Although scientifically there have been no studies linking the two, Botox and facial fillers are an excellent choice for younger people concerned about premature wrinkles since they have minimal side effects and are not permanent.
Blackberry Botox: Is technology causing premature wrinkles?