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She was the epitome of beauty and glamour in her short life. Now it's emerged that Marilyn Monroe had surgical help in perfecting that face in the form of a chin implant. So what does the procedure involve and who needs it?
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Peoplle always get confused about whether they need Botox or fillers, but both treatments have distinct uses in anti-ageing and sorting out wrinkles, says dermatologist Dr Stefanie Williams. Make sure you know the difference and don't go near a needle without reading this
Excessive Botox and the ‘frozen’ forehead look is these days fairly detectable by anyone who can, well...see. As a result, surgeons are moving away from the forehead and applying tiny amounts to other areas. Mr Guy Sterne, plastic and cosmetic surgery consultant explains
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