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Non-surgical facelifts didn't work

16th January 2008

A group of women in the UK have teamed up in order to demand their money back after claiming their "non-surgical" facelifts had no effect.

The women paid £2,500 for the Isolagen treatment, where skin is taken from behind the ear, cultivated in a laboratory and then injected back into the skin as a "filler" to combat wrinkles. The filler was removed from use in America following concerns.


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Article Information

Title: Non-surgical facelifts didn't work
Author: Jess Laurence
Article Id: 5348
Date Added: 16th Jan 2008

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