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Botox, implants, lifts and smooths to keep the 'dream' alive

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Blogger Liz Scherer gets worked up about a news story headlined, “White women’s skin may show wrinkles sooner.

Read her post.

And then realize how broadly this news was disseminated. This is just the first of many pages of Google search results. Sheesh.

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Ken Leebow

November 17, 2010 at 8:50 am

Botox has been a big business for dermatologists. Now that most kids don’t get acne anymore, they’ve moved onto the much more lucrative botox business.