The Princess and the BOTOX

Posted by administration on February 26, 2014

Once upon a time, there lived the most beautiful young Princess in the Kingdom of Neville. Princess Ivy was her name. Her most distinguishing feature was her porcelain skin; it was smooth, full and radiant. The villagers loved to see her riding in horse-drawn carriages throughout the Kingdom and reveled when she stepped out of the castle before attending the frequent balls.

For years, the Princess maintained her youthful appearance. But one day the evil Queen Matilda, who was not as young as Princess Ivy, devised a spell that would cause the Princess to begin to lose her facial radiance. The Princess watched in horror as her once-beautiful skin began to form lines, creases and wrinkles and started to lose its elasticity.

When the King heard of this, he called for a magic potion to be created; a potion that would reverse the evil Queen Matilda’s spell and restore the youthfulness to his beautiful daughter. That potion was called BOTOX, and it was delivered to the Kingdom immediately by a royal cosmetic surgeon in Aurora, Colorado.

Princess Ivy had BOTOX injections and now calls her cosmetic surgeon her Knight in Shining Armor. Her self-confidence was restored and her mirror now calls her Fairest of them All.

She found true love with BOTOX. And so she lived happily ever after.

(The evil Queen Matilda was banished from the Kingdom and banished from using BOTOX.)

The End

We’ve spun this little yarn in honor of “Tell a Fairy Tale Day” on February 26. Even though it’s fictional, you might find a little bit of yourself in Princess Ivy. If your skin isn’t looking as youthful as you would like, your Knight in Shining Armor might just be waiting for you at Advanced Cosmetic Surgery Center. We provide BOTOX, dermal fillers and other facial rejuvenation techniques in Aurora worthy of a King…or Queen. Call 303-367-9000 or visit serotamd.com to schedule your free Cosmetic Consultation or to take a free online Cosmetic Self-Evaluation

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