FDA Approves New Wrinkle Treatment The FDA has approved Dysport to treat forehead wrinkles and frown lines, making it only the second drug to be approved by the agency as a wrinkle treatment.
Black Box Warning for Botox The FDA announced today that it will require black box labeling on Botox and similar products warning of a rare, but potentially life threatening complication when the effects of the toxin spread far beyond the injection site.
Cosmetic Procedures Down 12% in 2008 Americans cut back on plastic surgery and other cosmetic procedures last year, according to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.
Botox Rival Fades Frown Lines Treatments with Reloxin, a drug similar to Botox, can quickly improve frown lines and may keep them at bay for more than a year, a new study shows.
Brave New Botox A sculpted nose, wider eyes, smoother skin, perkier breasts, even a perfect smile -- America's favorite wrinkle-zapper now claims to do it all. Is that a good thing?
The Career Lift The latest resume boost? Cosmetic surgery. In an increasingly rough job market, Judith Newman finds that it pays to look good.
I Want Fuller Cleavage In a quest for bigger boobs without surgery, Ning Chao flies to London for the latest injectable filler.
Panel: Toughen Dermal Filler Warnings Dermal fillers injected to soften facial wrinkles should carry stronger and more specific warning labels about potential adverse effects, according to an FDA advisory panel.