As one of Australia’s leading models, Jesinta Franklin has become the face of many brands, and in fact you might even recognise her. Even as a model though, she isn’t immune to the signs of aging, and in a recent Daily Mail article has expressed her concerns over subtle differences now appearing in her skin (you can read the full article here).

In the article she states how she started to see the signs of aging appear before turning 25, and has now committed to changing all of her skincare products over to anti-aging ones, but hasn’t yet thought about using Botox.

On the Daily Mail website she is quoted as saying:

“I have to admit that when I was about to turn 25, I did start thinking about the way I was going to age as I started to notice very subtle differences in my skin which lead me to completely changing all my skincare over to anti-ageing products. But, I haven’t really thought of Botox to be honest.”

Botox treatments are now available all over the UK, and have become a lot more popular over the last decade. What predominantly started out as a treatment for older people, is now increasingly being turned to by younger people, including women (and models) in their twenties.

If you do decide to use Botox, then you should always opt to work with an experienced practitioner with years of experience in the field, for example this one in Bournemouth on the south coast has the right and proper credentials, including reviews for peace of mind.

Jesinta Franklin went on to say, that despite her being very famous now for attending glamorous events, and being featured in stunning photoshoots, it’s only in later years that she began to wear make-up.

“Neither my sister or I wore makeup until our late teens. We were encouraged to take care of our skin from inside out, to be kind to ourselves and see good in people.”

And in 2014, she underwent plastic surgery for personal reasons, but does say that anybody else considering doing so should do their research and be fully informed before doing so.

“My message to all women is to make an educated decision when it comes to any cosmetic procedure. I don’t encourage any young woman to go forward with cosmetic surgery unless there is a very good reason for doing so.”

If you do live or work on the south coast and wish to explore the options available as alternatives to cosmetic surgery, including Botox treatment, then please contact the Pour Moi Cosmetic Clinic today to discuss the options available to you.