• Kim Zolciak-Biermann Explains Why She Gets Fillers in Her Earlobes

    To hold up her heavy diamond earrings, of course.

  • The Evolution of Kylie Jenner’s Lips

    See Kylie Jenner's lips evolve right in front of your eyes!

  • Apparently You Can Develop A Resistance to Fillers If You Get Too Many

    Overtime, dermatologists say you can build up a resistance to injectables like Botox and may metabolize fillers faster than others.

  • Earlobe Fillers Are the Next Non-Surgical Cosmetic Trend

    The idea behind fillers in general is that thanks to hyaluronic acid or collagen, whatever part of our face you feel needs plumping, can get plumped via injection and without needing to undergo surgery. While wanting fuller lips is hardly that shocking, earlobes as the newly-popular body part to get plumped, is a bit more surprising. In addition to being an anti-aging procedure, earlobe fillers are also for women who have worn super-heavy earrings and had their piercing holes stretched as a result.

  • New Study Determines the Difference Between a Good and Bad Lip Enhancement

    While full and well-defined lips impart a sense of youth, health, attractiveness, and sensuality, over-treated lips look, well, fake.

  • Drew Barrymore Has No Plans for Facial Fillers: ‘Talk to Me in 10 Years’

    Drew Barrymore is just as much a beauty genius as she is a beauty guru.

  • In a Single Tweet, Kylie Jenner Had Folks Wondering If Kendall Got Lip Fillers

    A photo posted by Kylie Jenner had fans wondering if her older sister Kendall caught the lip-plumping bug. Last week, Kendall Jenner mysteriously deleted her Instagram profile, before returning to the social media channel this weekend. Yesterday evening, a photo her younger sister Kylie posted on Twitter had people speculating why the model left the social media outlet.

  • Kaley Cuoco Makes No Apologies for Her Cosmetic Surgery Procedures

    It’s a fact that cosmetic procedures are on the rise in the U.S. According to data from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, 15.9 million surgical and minimally invasive cosmetic procedures were carried out in 2015. The actress told Women’s Health magazine, according to People, “Years ago, I had my nose done. With that being said , if I DID get a nose job , (which I didn't) I would be shouting that from the rooftops as well ????

  • When to Lift and When to Fill

    You may think that all fillers and injectables are interchangeable for one another and they all work the same exact way. But truth be told, you can’t inject anything just anywhere. Some have a specific purpose of lifting while others are used primarily to restore lost volume. And, then there are times when you need a little more than what comes in a syringe to really lift your skin back up to where it belongs.“A number of changes happen to ...

  • The Crazy Thing That Happened The First Time I Got Fillers

    Two months ago, if you’d asked me if I’d be in the office of dermatologist Whitney Bowe, MD, getting fillers with one of my best friends, I’d have told you not a chance in hell.

  • Are Fillers in Your 30s the Key to Preventing Aging?

    In this day and age, it’s totally common, normal and accepted for women in their 30s to get fillers and injectables.

  • A Beginner's Guide to Fillers

    Fillers and injectables are often the prescription fix recommended by dermatologists and plastic surgeons to stave off the effects of aging. But if they’re not used properly, fillers and injectables can do more harm than good making you look swollen or distorted. On the flipside, when they’re used right, and in the right patient, fillers and injectables can not only erase the signs of aging, but also hinder them, too. “Fillers target signs of aging deep beneath the skin by adding ...

  • Khloé Kardashian Shares Her Scary Experience With Facial Fillers

    The members of the Kardashian family are no strangers to cosmetic procedures. From Kylie’s lip fillers to Kourtney’s boob job, just about everyone in the fam has admitted to getting some work done. And now, Khloé is talking about her experience — and it wasn’t pretty.