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There’s a Better Way to Look Younger Than a Sheep Placenta Facial

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Look YoungerSo, you want to look younger? You’re not alone in hating the signs of aging and wanting to do what you can to reclaim your youth, but how far are you willing to go? It’s no secret that there’s a huge number of weird, wonderful and downright disturbing beauty treatments available to those who’re happy to be a guinea pig and, maybe, aren’t too fussy about the provider, but is it a good idea? Probably not.

Fancy a Sheep Placenta Face Mask?

One of those eccentric means of looking younger is the sheep placenta face mask. Okay, so it’s been used by quite a few celebrities but, let’s face it, they don’t tend to have the most grounded and normal lifestyles. The idea behind it is that sheep placenta stem cells can be used to boost collagen production, as well as glycoproteins and elastic fibers but, honestly, why would you? The same goes for leeches, sperm facials and bird poo facials (gag!).

There’s little to say about this trend other than WHY? Less gimmick, more board-certified cosmetic surgeon please!

How a Facelift Can Help You Look Younger

If you’re determined to use some kind of treatment to help you look younger, here’s what you’re going to do. Find a board-certified cosmetic surgeon focusing on facelifts, book a consultation and leave your cosmetic procedures in the hands of an actual qualified professional. Leave the sketchy placenta (and other bodily emission) facials to those with bottomless bank accounts living in the bizarre world of celebrity and stick with the tried, tested and, above all, effective, facelift, eyelid surgery or other procedure recommended by your cosmetic surgeon.



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