When it comes to the business world, beauty just may be more important than age. So much of business interactions are face-to-face, and even when you're working remotely, many companies depend on visual mediums such as Skype and FaceTime.
Business coach Rhonda Abrams admits that your face is an important "business asset" in a recent article with USA Today. Our current society is focused on looks, even more so with the prevalence of social media. Many businesses make use of social media pages to promote their products and services. More people are likely to click on images of people with an attractive and youthful look.
Unfortunately, these social media mechanisms aren't always the most flattering. Skype and FaceTime can even accentuate the appearance of wrinkles and dark circles underneath the eyes. How do you solve this problem? For some, plastic surgery is a way to remedy their flaws and make them feel more confident in the professional world. This solution isn't just for women, as more and more men are also opting for facial procedures like Botox.
"Abrams acknowledges the injustice of a culture in which younger competitors are constantly nipping at your heels like naughty puppies. So, you can either right the wrongs of society, which is quite a tall order, or improve your appearance to help you land the client you need," writes Martha Drezin of Smart Beauty Guide.
A board-certified plastic surgeon like Dr. Christopher Craft can help you make an informed decision about whether or not surgery can help you achieve your professional goals. To learn more, contact us today for consultation!