Seeking a New Career? Cosmetic Enhancements Can’t Hurt
Although the economic news this week is looking optimistic, the job market is still a rough environment to navigate.Â We’ve had more than one patient comment about it and share suspicions about age, or appearance, negatively affecting job prospects.Â My neighbor told me last week that her job interviews hadn’t gone as well as she’d hoped and her explanation was, “if it isn’t my qualifications, it must be the crow’s feet.”
While she may be exaggerating a bit, she’s not alone in feeling that way; many people are considering the same possibility. When you’re in competition with young adults fresh out of college, who often accept a much lower wage, you need to present yourself in the best possible light.Â To get an advantage, many job seekersÂ turn to their hair stylist for a new look, or their local surgeon for Botox, Dysport, JuvÃ©derm, or even eyelid surgery.
Botox is the most popular non- invasive cosmetic procedure in America.Â According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, more than 5 million treatments were performed last year. The cost of a single treatment will vary, and it pays to keep an eye out for monthly specials and events.
If you are going for treatments prior to a job interview, give yourself at least 7 days to heal from Botox and other injectables. Remember, doing well on an interview is not only about how you look, but whether you exude confidence about yourself and your ability to do the job.
Ask about our special Botox and JuvÃ©derm rebate programs today!