The Lifestyle Lift
Recently, The Boston Globe told the
story of a woman who's Lifestyle Lift was no life-lifting matter when
she reacted to local anesthesia and died at the outpatient clinic
before the surgery was even begun. The Lifestyle Lift's extensive marketing
on TV and online have made it nearly ubiquitous in the quick-fix beauty
industry, but also brought it to the attention of the New
York Attorney General who slapped it with a $300,000 fine for deceptive
advertising after catching the company posting bogus patient
Nonetheless, the company boasts over a 100,000 satisfied
customers and there are plenty of reviews online by happy women who
have undergone this lunchtime lift at half the cost and downtime of a
So what is it? A good way to explain what it is, is to explain what it is not. Read on.
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