Staying Competitive in Today’s Job Market: BOTOX® Offers an Edge


It’s no secret that today’s job market is highly competitive. Experienced workers looking to change careers or re-enter the workforce after an extended absence face a changed employment landscape. Many are turning to cosmetic procedures such as eyelid surgery to present a more youthful appearance to prospective employers. I often recommend BOTOX® Cosmetic injections for Surrey and Richmond residents and other patients from all over the Lower Mainland who come to my Vancouver, B.C., practice.

Surgical procedures such as blepharoplasty or a facelift are options to consider, but they can involve significant risks, side effects, and downtime that can last days or weeks. Those factors are drawbacks for men and women looking to present a more youthful and fresh face in the workforce.

BOTOX, on the other hand, is a minimally invasive treatment that requires no downtime and can be completed in about 10 minutes. BOTOX isn’t the only non-surgical option for job seekers who are looking to reduce facial wrinkles and restore youthful volume to areas that appear hollow, sunken, or sagging. Skincare specialists often combine dermal filler injections with BOTOX to achieve a complete facial rejuvenation. We commonly use fillers such as JUVÉDERM®, Restylane®, and Sculptra® Aesthetic.

A non-invasive heat-based treatment such as Pellevé™ stimulates collagen and elastin production, which results in tighter and smoother skin around the eyes and mouth.

These treatments can give men and women added confidence in the job market without requiring recovery time.

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