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Has She or Hasn’t She? The Art of Getting Undetectable Work Done


The French have perfected the art of looking good without trying hard. Whether or not they actually do try hard is irrelevant. It’s all about looking as if they haven’t. When it comes to medical aesthetics, most of us practice the same philosophy, don’t we? We want to look smashing but without a shred of evidence as to why. We’re all natural, of course.


To avoid telltale signs of having work done, remember these tips:

1) Go small.
The key to undetectable work is by undergoing a series of treatments with subtle results that are scheduled over an extended period of time. When a friend goes from an A-cup to a DD-cup from one coffee outing to the next, it’s pretty obvious what she’s been up to. And when famous faces, like Renee Zellweger and Axl Rose, emerge with dramatically different visages, the jig is up. Prioritize what you’d like to change the most, and tackle one (or two) issues at a time. If you’re not sure how to proceed, schedule a consultation with a doctor for professional advice.

2) Practice preventative care.
Rather than doing nothing and then opting for a full facelift at age 55, schedule collagen boosting treatments starting in your 30s. This is when collagen production starts to slow down. Treatments like face tightening lift and firm skin by stimulating the body to produce more collagen. Certain fillers have collagen-producing properties, too. Botox can prevent wrinkles from developing into deep-set folds and frown lines. And, regular facials and clinical-grade skincare are a part of any serious anti-aging skincare regime.


3) Opt for non-invasive “work”
Today, there are plenty of ways to combat signs of aging that do not involve any surgery or cutting of the skin, both of which can have unintended results. Botox and fillers are two of the most popular, and when used together produce a result that minimize wrinkles and adds back lost volume. These procedures are quick, have a minimal recovery time and often produce refined, natural results.


4) Find a doctor with a minimalist approach
Above all, find a doctor who believes in a conservative “less is more” approach. IYAC was founded by Dr Isabelle Yeoh in 2005. Since then, she has been operating under the same philosphy – to offer safe treatments that produce subtle results for satisfied clients. That’s IYAC in three words: subtlety, safety, satisfaction.


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