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BBC newsreaders have too much Botox, MP claims


BBC newsreaders have too much Botox, MP claimsMP David Amess has launched an attack on a number of BBC newsreaders by claiming they may have received too many Botox injections.

The Southend West representative suggested that a number of the female hosts appeared to be smiling when discussing serious issues, which he claimed was "annoying" for the viewer.

In a scathing assault on the news channel, Mr Amess claimed that the end of the digital switchover would be an appropriate time to consider how the corporation is funded.

He said: "I don't know whether they've had too much Botox or something, when they are presenting the news and it's a very serious subject, they are smiling."

Responding to his comments, culture minister Ed Vaizey praised the news provider and claimed it sets a quality bar for television and radio coverage across the country.

This news comes after music mogul Simon Cowell was blamed for turning men against having Botox treatment as a result of his different appearance on Britain's Got Talent.ADNFCR-2621-ID-800723182-ADNFCR

Cosmetic dentistry ‘is now more accessible’


Cosmetic dentistry 'is now more accessible'More people are choosing to undergo cosmetic dentistry as a result of the procedures becoming more accessible to members of the public, it has been suggested.

Dr Pravesh Solanki from claimed the increasing popularity of the treatment may have emerged due to a reduction in prices.

The expert's comments were made after a high number of well known celebrities received cosmetic dentistry in a bid to improve their appearance and correct oral issues.

High profile figures including Kerry Katona, Tulisa Contostavlos, Cheryl Cole, Simon Cowell and Ronnie Wood have undergone the procedures to create a Hollywood smile.

Dr Solanki also suggested that the increased media attention to looking good and feeling better could have had a significant impact on the popularity of teeth whitening.

"Reality makeover shows are highlighting cosmetic dentistry procedures and the drop in price for these treatments has made them more accessible to everyone and not just celebrities," he added.  ADNFCR-2621-ID-800722747-ADNFCR

NY clinic offers Fashion Week Botox deal


NY clinic offers Fashion Week Botox dealBotox treatment will be available for a discounted price for women hoping to look their best for the upcoming Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York.

According to Fashionista, the New York Dermatology Group will be offering half-price anti-wrinkle injections, as well as the increasingly popular Triad facial treatments.

The promotion, which will run between September 7th and 9th, will allow individuals to look their best in preparation for the star-studded event.

High numbers of celebrity men and women have admitted to receiving the effective treatment to smooth the appearance of wrinkles, including music mogul Simon Cowell.

Earlier this week, it was reported that Fashion Week – which will launch on September 8th – will have a positive effect on custom for the city's local businesses.

Carried out by Fordham University and the city of New York, the summer study revealed that the event would have a significant economic impact on the Lincoln Square neighbourhood.ADNFCR-2621-ID-800721303-ADNFCR

Louis Walsh denies Botox rumours


Louis Walsh denies Botox rumoursIndividuals considering undergoing Botox treatment to smooth their wrinkles and improve their appearance could be surprised to hear rumours about Louis Walsh.

According to the Daily Mirror, the X Factor judge has denied receiving the anti-wrinkle injection despite looking much younger on the latest series of the ITV1 programme.

The 59-year-old, who previously admitted he had surgery to remove bags from under his eyes, claimed his appearance was "all natural" when questioned about his new look.

A friend told the newspaper: "The truth is he keeps himself in great shape."

The rumours emerged after the revamped talent show made its way back to TV screens last week, with new judges Kelly Rowland, Gary Barlow and Tulisa Contostavlos joining the former Boyzone manager on the panel.

Walsh was reportedly "livid" after X Factor boss Simon Cowell paired him with 1980s singer Sinitta for the judge's houses round of the contest after he revealed he would like to work with Adele, the Daily Mirror reported. ADNFCR-2621-ID-800713132-ADNFCR

Too much Botox ‘could make it difficult to read emotions’


Too much Botox 'could make it difficult to read emotions'Individuals who have too many Botox injections could find it difficult to read the expressions of other people, an expert has claimed.

David Neal, psychologist from the University of Southern California, claimed that excessive use of the anti-wrinkle injection could limit people's ability to form relationships.

Speaking to BBC Health Check, Mr Neal revealed that people with Botox were seven per cent less accurate in emotional mind reading tests than those without.

He also highlighted the importance of physical signals in human interaction, which makes it easier to mimic a person's expression during a conversation.

"A lot of our decision making, especially in social or emotional settings, doesn't occur just inside the head. We really do need our body," he remarked.

TV personality Simon Cowell was accused of excessive Botox use recently after Britain's Got Talent viewers noticed a significant drooping to his left eye.

The mogul, who has admitted to using the anti-wrinkle treatment, was also sporting a small bruise on his cheekbone – thought to be a result of the needle. ADNFCR-2621-ID-800608819-ADNFCR

Botox patients ‘should get to know practitioners’


Botox patients 'should get to know practitioners'People considering Botox injections to maintain their youthful complexions should make the effort to ensure their practitioner knows how their face works.

According to the Belfast Telegraph, it is vital for the medical professional to be aware of how the patient's face moves in order to achieve the best effects.

Designed to remove wrinkles and signs of ageing from the face, Botox has increased in popularity by a significant amount in recent years.

It is now available from a wide variety of clinics, and members of the public have been advised to consider the quality of the treatment, rather than the cost.

Individuals opting to receive the injections from a reputable clinic could be at lower risk of developing problems than those who have them done at home.

The number of celebrities choosing to undergo Botox treatment has also had a notable impact on its popularity among regular people.

Kylie Minogue, her sister Dannii, Nicole Kidman and Simon Cowell are just a few of the rich and famous who have selected the treatment.ADNFCR-2621-ID-800574770-ADNFCR

Botox ‘can give patients a fresh-faced appearance’


Botox 'can give patients a fresh-faced appearance'Individuals searching for anti-ageing treatments to ensure they enjoy their youthful looks for as long as possible could be interested in Botox.

The wrinkle-smoothing injection can effectively be used to give patients a fresh-faced appearance and glowing complexion.

According to, the procedure can be performed in small doses to provide a natural-looking outcome for patients.

The website addresses an increase in the number of people hesitant about receiving the injection due to fears of inability to express emotion.

Experts from The Hospital Group said: "In delivering a good result, it is not the dose so much as the injection sites which make the difference."

Meanwhile, former X Factor judge Simon Cowell has been criticised for displaying signs of excessive Botox use.

The 51-year-old, who has appeared on Britain's Got Talent as a guest judge, has reportedly acquired a lazy eye due to large doses of the cosmetic treatment.ADNFCR-2621-ID-800564750-ADNFCR

Has Simon Cowell had too much Botox?


Has Simon Cowell had too much Botox?The lighting team on Britain's Got Talent reportedly had to act quickly on Monday (May 30th) to combat signs of Simon Cowell's Botox use.

A source told the Daily Mail that the talent show judge and media mogul visibly showed symptoms associated with excessive treatment.

Cowell's eye was wilting a little and a small bruise above his cheekbone could be seen by the live audience, with producers rushing to alter the lighting during the first advertising break.

"Simon has overdone things a little with the Botox and it soon showed up on camera – especially as we film in high definition, which is particularly unforgiving," the anonymous source explained to the publication.

It came to light at the live semi-final of the talent contest created by Cowell, who recently hit the news after firing pop star Cheryl Cole from The X-Factor.

She and Cowell both left the British version of the show to take the format to the US, but the arrangement did not go as planned.ADNFCR-2621-ID-800564259-ADNFCR

Botox ‘now a popular procedure among men’


Botox 'now a popular procedure among men'The number of men receiving Botox to maintain a youthful complexion is on the increase, statistics have shown.

Research from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) the anti-wrinkle procedure was the most popular form of cosmetic treatment in 2010.

The figures showed that 337,000 injections were given to men last year in a bid to prevent the development of wrinkles.

With the statistics revealing a nine per cent increase from 2009, experts have claimed the rise in popularity suggests men are more image-conscious than previously.

Former president of the ASPS Dr James Wells told the Daily Breeze: "They have desires for an active lifestyle and they want to look good.

"They will take advantage to improve an appearance or lifestyle."

An increase in the number of male celebrities admitting they use the procedure to stay young could be another reason for the rise in popularity.

X Factor judge Simon Cowell and singer and actor John Barrowman are among the famous men who use the treatment to ensure they look young. ADNFCR-2621-ID-800552069-ADNFCR

Dental veneers ‘are the perfect solution to cosmetic flaws’


Dental veneers 'are the perfect solution to cosmetic flaws'People who are lacking in confidence due to cosmetic flaws with their teeth could consider having dental veneers fitted.

Customised to fit the teeth of the individual perfectly, the procedure offers the perfect smile with as little as two appointments with a practitioner.

Dental veneers can hide a number of the smile's imperfections including discolouration or gaps between the teeth, reports.

The procedure is also useful to resolve the problem of crooked teeth and misalignment, which may reduce people's confidence.

A number of celebrities have chosen to have dental veneers fitted in a bid to straighten their teeth and perfect their Hollywood smiles.

Cheryl Cole, who had a brace on her teeth for two years after winning Popstars: The Rivals in 2002, used the procedure to improve the appearance of her teeth.

The singer has also admitted to wearing an invisalign brace during the night to ensure the effects of the treatment are long lasting.

David Bowie, Victoria Beckham and Simon Cowell are among the other celebrities with dental veneersADNFCR-2621-ID-800547964-ADNFCR

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