In 2019, Marjorie was getting tired of people asking her if she was upset. She said it always looked like she was scowling or frowning. She visited plastic surgeon Dr. David Shafer for help. In 2017, former supermodel Shanna Moakler was hoping to turn back time. She met with plastic surgeon Dr. Ben Talei for something called "Profound RF Laser Treatment." And in 2016, former Baywatch star Donna D'Errico met with Dr. Sarmela Sunder for a treatment that used blood to smooth out imperfections.
Several plastic surgeons and beauty clinics across the United States are reporting a significant increase in demand for cosmetic procedures during the COVID-19 pandemic. Experts say that staying at home, having more free time and being on regular video calls, have all contributed to more people seeking cosmetic operations. Some clinics report a 90% increase in injectable procedures such as Botox and other fillers. CGTN's Ediz Tiyansan reports. The Get Up crew discusses whether the Pittsburgh Steelers having an undefeated record this season is a more likely scenario than the New York Jets winning one game.
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