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This New 3D Tool Will Help Prevent Women From Going Overboard With Fillers or Botox

While we think there is a lot of beauty in aging naturally - and many noninvasive ways to treat fine lines and wrinkles - quite a few people consider getting Botox or dermal fillers. But as you scroll through your Instagram feed obsessing over before-and-after images, one major problem remains: the results you may be aspiring to are not on your face. That means you won't know what your final look will be until you've left the clinic.
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