To Lie Or Not To Lie About Botox

Nearly a year ago, a local plastic surgeon offered me essentially any medi-spa service I could dream of gratis, simply in exchange for writing about the experience. A pretty good deal, no doubt, but a seriously intimidating one for a woman who had never considered fillers as anything but a punchline. I came home to my husband and gently broached the subject.

“It was so crazy — they said they’d do anything I wanted. Botox, fillers, all that stuff … “ I told him tentatively, just putting it out there, crossing my fingers he’d respond with indifference. He didn’t.


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  4 comments for “To Lie Or Not To Lie About Botox

  1. Sisters From Another Mister
    August 8, 2014 at 10:54 am

    Oh dahling child … if I could find a dr who would give me a go over right now …. I would have it all lifted … my feet don’t even have to touch the floor anymore ;)

  2. August 12, 2014 at 5:34 am

    Whenever I don’t tell my husband something instantly, or pretty close to soon after I’ve decided/it’s happened, I feel like I’ve already lied. It’s the weirdest feeling. I love the way you describe your relationship and yeah, you picked the worst possibl time (because it’s not a normal occurrence for you and when you said it, it was just time to come out. And even though it was an awful moment, I bet that relief was like no other). But. Would you do it again? The botox, not the not telling.

    • Morgan
      August 13, 2014 at 10:51 pm

      I would do the botox again. I would be 100% up front about it, which we’ve talked about.

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