New wrinkle treatment

If you have about $2,000-$5,000 to spare, a new study says carbon dioxide resurfacing is a good treatment for your wrinkles. Scientists from the University of Michigan found that 45 per cent of patients had no complications, while 30 per cent had small white cysts, 17 per cent some darkening of the skin and 6 per cent had some 2 percent had an infection, and one poor person developed sagging of their eyelids. In total 47 patients were part of the study: 42 women and five men.

However, the findings in the Archives for Facial Plastic Surgery found that after an average of 2.3 years, most of these complications had resolved.

So spend five grand, wait more than two years, and you’ll likely be wrinkle free….