Discuss Skin Care Treatments Openly

Let's say that you are someone who goes to the dermatologist regularly for procedures like Botox injections, laser hair removal and chemical peels. Do you make this fact openly known to the people who are in your life? Or do you try to hide it so that no one you know realizes that you aren't actually just naturally as good-looking as you appear to be? If you are someone who hides the fact that you see a dermatologist, you might want to think about quitting that habit. This isn't to say that you have to wear a sign around your neck that advertises the dates of your scheduled Botox treatments. But it's not something that you should be ashamed of either because that counteracts the benefit of the treatments. You see, most people get skin care treatments done because they want to improve their appearance and therefore boost their self-esteem. However, people who hide things from their loved ones tend to have lower self esteem than people who don't. This means that hiding your treatments can reduce the benefits of getting them in terms of the rewards of self-esteem. Question of the Day: Why do people hide the fact that they get skin care treatments? photo link
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