Health & Beauty
When Beauty Treatments Backfire
We are all suckers for beauty treatments that promise a quick fix to our biggest dilemmas. But are the risks worth it? Find out
"All of us are looking for a quick fix that'll make us look and feel better," says board-certified cosmetic surgeon Dr. Fardad Forouzanpour of Beverly Hills Cosmetic Surgical Group. "But quick fixes often come with risks."
See how some quick beauty treatments can backfire now.
To make sure you're armed with all the beauty tips you need before you sign on the dotted line, we asked dermatologists, doctors, and beauty experts to fill us in what can go wrong with certain beauty treatments -- and the safer options that'll give you similar results. Here's what they had to say.
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