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09/21/2010 in news
NEW YORK - Looking good doesn't have too cost a lot of money. There are ways to save money on everything from cosmetic surgery to simply updating your look.
For the past three years, Leonora Sward, 60, has been working with Dr. Schaeffer to maintain her youthful good looks, which has involved restylene injections and botox.
The cost for these types of procedures can vary depending on the amount used during each procedure. Dr. Schaeffer estimates the average patient will pay between $650-$2500 for fillers like Restylene and Juvaderm. Botox can ranging between $400-1200 and typically lasts three months. For Leonora Sward this sounds very, very affordable.
But there are lots of ways to look young that don't involved needles or a doctor. If you're like Charla Krupp, the author of " How Not To Look Old" says start by looking in your closet.
If you have a lot of suits, Krupp says mix things up. She recommends wearing a cardigan with a skirt and using a jacket over a colorful dress.Watch the video for other tips.