Spitz is not alone. The survey also found that men are four times more likely to consider aesthetic treatments if their significant other recommends them.(5,6)
"Today, more and more women bring their husbands into my office for a BOTOX(R) Cosmetic treatment to lose their '11,'" said Dr. Wechsler. "Men are now learning what women who are treated with BOTOX(R) Cosmetic have known for a long time -- it's not about looking younger, but about achieving a natural look."
Sharing Tips to Achieve Your Personal Best
Comaneci and Spitz will participate in local Your Personal Best events where they will share their personal stories including their experiences with BOTOX(R) Cosmetic. Attendees also will have the opportunity to ask a physician expert questions about BOTOX(R) Cosmetic and will receive simple steps to help them achieve their personal best, including ways to:
-- Reduce Stress - Approximately three-quarters (77%) of Americans experienced physical symptoms of stress (fatigue, upset stomach, dizziness)(7)
-- Be Sun Smart - While 58 percent of people say they are concerned about skin cancer, 40 percent of Americans never use sunscreen and only 11 percent use an SPF15 or higher daily(8)
-- Get Active - 39.5 percent of U.S. adults are physically inactive(9)
-- Catch Some Zs - Approximately 7 in 10 U.S. adults (71%) are getting less than the recommended eight hours of sleep a night on weekdays(10)
The Your Personal Best campaign Web site, http:/
|SOURCE Allergan, Inc.|
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