Reality TV star Khloe Kardashian is now an ambassador for Allergan’s Kybella in a new campaign called Live Chin Up. Chin Up is more encompassing than a single cosmetic treatment and aims to empower those who want to make positive changes in all aspects of their lives.
Khloe re-invented her image by going from the more frumpy sister of the famous clan to now one of the hottest celebrities in the media. Weight loss, hair color change, dressing style, a honest forthrightness about cosmetic procedues and a new “I can do it!” attitude have given her the pzzazz to strike out and stand out.
In an interview about her use of injectables, she says,
” I wish injectables were treated more like makeup.”
Kybella’s ability to contour a defined chin for women and men is a welcome relief to many. Double chins don’t just bother people who have excess weight; genes and aging can plant fat under the chin even when the rest of your body is at an ideal BMI.
Dr. Pilest was chosen as a first dermatologist to offer Kybella. It’s not a treatment to be delegated to inexperienced injectors so the company smartly chose dermatologists and surgeons who had plenty of experience and expertise. Based upon his 3 plus decades of injection experience and his ongoing recognition and education in the cosmetic arena, Dr. Pilest’s phone was one of the first to ring when Kythera was bringing Kybella to the public.
Kybella is a nonsurgical alternative to liposuction, which previously was the only “go to” for getting reducing fat under the chin. Learn more about Kybella here.
With Kybella, a series of microinjections are undergone over a series of weeks. Call us at (949) 727-3800 or complete the online form to request a private consultation to see if Kybella will be your solution.
When it comes to your skin and your health, it really is all about what’s best for you. Total Dermatology understands this, which is why we offer versatile treatments with experienced and highly trained aesthetic professionals led by Dr. Nissan Pilest. Your Total Dermatology transformation awaits.