December 9/10, 2000
Time to plug into a new face-lift procedure that uses
electricity instead of incisions. Some of TV's most
famous faces are using it. We've got it in your RXtra
He's the hard hitting, fast talking, strong as steel
action hero. He's also 60 years old! But Chuck Norris
isn't the only shining star on the set of "Walker,
Sheree Wilson plays a no-nonsense legal-eagle on the
popular CBS series and like her co-star she takes looking
good very seriously. She says, "I am somebody who
makes a living off my face!"
So how does she keep that girlish glow? Sheree and other
women are getting a microlift... a process that's raising
eyebrows across the country.
Maria Morris says, "The experience when you are
receiving the treatment is that of yoga for your face."
Maria is a skin care specialist and owner of the Bellavita
Rejuvenation Center. She says it's like getting a surgery-free
facelift. Maria explains, "We are firming, toning
and stimulating muscles and skin that have become lax
with time and aging."
Here's how it works. A low intensity electrical current
zaps the muscles in the face and neck causing them to
flex and firm. The treatment was originally used on
athletes with injured muscles. Now anyone can get a
charge out of it.
And other celebs are catching the buzz! Laura Dern,
Dyan Cannon, and even Red Hot Chili Pepper Anthony Keidis
are now giving their famous faces a workout.
But facial fitness is not just for the young and famous.
Sixty-year old Joyce Dehaven went under the current
as well. She says, "I have people stop and ask
if I?ve had a face lift. I woke up one morning, looked
in the mirror and thought this is really working I saw
the shape of my face changing."
Well Sheree found her fix, but what's up with Chuck?
Has he fallen for this too? Sheree says, "Even
on my own set we have quite a few people going but I
can't tell you who! Just keep watching and you will
see who gets younger and younger."
And those microlifts are a lot cheaper than the surgical
kind. A full-blown face lift will cost you about five
thousand dollars. Each micro-lift session costs about
a $150 and technicians recommend you have them twice
a week for six weeks.
For more info you can contact :
Bella Vita Rejuvenation Center - Beverly Hills - (310)278-4412
Dallas Center of Clinical Aesthetics - Dallas - (214)373-4233