Tuesday, February 28, 2012
Try Rubbing On Some Hyaluronic Acid Serum To Copy Celeb Filler Faces
Maybe it's just us, but we barely recognized actress Sandra Bullock on the red carpet at Sunday's Academy Awards.
The Oscar winner always looks lovely, and this time was no exception in her white/black combo Marchesa gown with pretty pony tail. But it was Sandra's face that had us doing a double and triple take.
This was the roundest we had ever seen the actress' usually angular-featured face. Even her lips appeared to have grown.
Has Sandra Bullock given in to the latest celebrity filler face?!
At age 47, she looks incredible. But we have to reason, that the dark-haired beauty has been doing a little something to stay hot in the Hollywood game. And to our humble eye, we suspect it to be injectable volumizer(s).
That takes us to the subject of Hyaluronic acid, a substance that occurs naturally in your skin, but slowly disappears as we get older.
The beauty of hyaluronic acid is its amazing properties, such as this--It holds more water than any other natural substance (over 1000 times its weight in water).
And cosmetic fillers like Restylane, Perlane, Juvederm are made from Hyaluronic acid. These skin plumpers can add lots of volume to hollow faces---making cheeks and temples and even undereye sockets fuller.
The cost is not cheap. Expect to shell out anywhere from $350-$800 per syringe. And you could need 1-6 syringes. Results last about 6 months or longer.
But you can still copy the celeb filler faces you love, by investing in a little topical Hyaluronic acid serum. You won't get as full-faced as Sandra Bullock, but---you will get smooth, glowing skin that plumps up in a natural, healthy way.
We found a bottle at Platinum Skin Care for $28.95. This is a company with a solid reputation. We have bought their skin care products several times with our own money. We trust Platinum Skin Care.