Perhaps you’re someone who often furrows their brow in casual judgment — or maybe you’re genetically predisposed to forehead wrinkles or crow’s feet. Years ago, you’d have to invest in a top-notch anti-aging cream and play the waiting game, but now that injectables are widely available, Botox has become an option for the younger set. But how young is too young?
Why, for reasons unbeknownst to us, does Botox come with the stigma of “cheating” when retinols, high-power lasers and in-office peels are par for the anti-aging course? And will you really change your DNA/ruin your face in 20 years/insert-whatever-ridiculous-myth-your-Aunt-Betty-read-on-Facebook?