The Daily Mail reports on 55-year-old former Vogue Editor-at-Large Fiona Golfar’s astonishing transformation from self-described ‘crepey, papery, scraggy-neckedness’ to a ‘tightened’ and ‘plumped’ neck and ‘fresher version of me.’
Not everyone can afford the time or money (an eye-watering £13k) that Ms Golfar’s surgery and treatments amounted to in total. And expensive surgery is often too invasive with lengthy recovery and downtime for most people.
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For the full story of the former Vogue editor’s transformation, helped by Tixel, please see the following link: