Many celebrities go down the cosmetic alteration route, but few ever speak about it. For this reason, American actress and producer Sharon Stone’s appointment as the first global celebrity to front a pro aesthetic treatment campaign, “Proof in Real Life,” comes as a refreshing announcement.
The former model has partnered with dermatology company Galderma to showcase the natural-looking results of the cosmetic filler Restylane. The filler promises to efficiently reduce lines and wrinkles and enhance facial features; its effects last up to 12 months. “I am looking forward to working with the company to make aesthetic treatments more acceptable,” said Stone, who will unveil the results at The Real Life Event this May.
Here’s to hoping that the 57-year-old star can help women make informed decisions about cosmetic fillers, based on real life results, as opposed to digitally-altered photographs.
For more information on “Proof in Real Life,” visit proofirl.com.