Al-Monitor, When Mohammad Khatami announced his candidacy for president the first time, rumors of the significance looks and clothing had to him, and the supposed time he spent in front of the mirror, were widely spread and harshly criticized by some of his opponents. These were points evidently proven right by Khatami’s obvious attention to personal style, while the rumors were not denied by Khatami himself, either. In those days, however, there was no talk of Botox.
Amir is a 52-year-old architect who regularly visits his ophthalmologist and gets Botox injections. He says he follows his wife’s trend:“My wife started getting Botox right after we became grandparents, five years ago. She did not say so, but my hunch was that she didn’t want to look like a grandma, specially given her age (and mine). We were only 47 when our granddaughter was born. When my wife encouraged me to get Botox with her about a year afterward, I was all for it already. It has boosted my self-confidence greatly. [Read Full Article]