You’d be surprised at how common it is to get a few ‘tweakments’. A tweakment is a less invasive procedure than plastic surgery and is commonly used to rejuvenate the skin, reduce wrinkles, improve skin elasticity, etc. They’re usually temporary, but they make for a nice pick-me-up, especially before significant events.

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Celebrities make the most of tweakments all the time, especially before red carpet events. Here are a few surprising tweakments you may not have heard of:

Subtle Lips

While big pouty lips have been in style for a long time now, celebrities are now moving towards a more subtle look. Fillers are now done so subtly that you wouldn’t even notice them – they introduce just a touch more plumpness, as though you’re wearing a plumping lip gloss. A good practitioner can look at how your face moves and how your lips look when you smile and speak, using a filler that integrates in a very natural way with your own lip tissue – preventing ‘lumpy’ lips.

Super Healthy Skin

Skin health is a big deal in the celebrity world. It’s a lot easier to look glowing and beautiful if your skin is clear underneath your make-up, and there are several treatments that celebrities like to use. Mesotherapy, for example, involves vitamins being injected into the skin. This helps skin to look glowing and fresh. Laser skin rejuvenation is also extremely popular, targeting problem areas like spots, wrinkles, and redness.

Hyaluronic acid is a hugely popular skincare ingredient for a good reason – it’s a super-hydrating skin booster that works for many skin types. Some celebrities have this injected into their skin, with treatments spread out in the weeks leading up to an event. The result is glowing, soft skin, and it’s minimally invasive too.


With nourishing eye masks becoming more popular, there are several ways to look after the skin around your eyes. The skin there is so delicate, which is why some celebs prefer to concentrate on improving the forehead area, which can help to open up your eye area. Filler is applied on the forehead as an excellent alternative to Botox – it won’t ‘freeze’ your face in the same way.

Filler is also used on the temples. It sounds surprising, but as we age, we can lose some fat around the sides of our face, which creates dents in the temple area. Cleverly placed fillers can give a more youthful look without being too obvious.

Liquid Nose Job

While a nose job is an invasive procedure (and a big, permanent decision to make), liquid nose jobs are temporary. If you have a bump on your nose, for example, a bit of filler can help achieve a subtle change without undergoing a more extensive procedure. It’s incredible what a small amount of filler can achieve – it can help you achieve the side profile you want with a minimum amount of time and fuss.