10 Years Younger

TV review by Sierra Filucci, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 12+

Makeovers plus therapy-lite help people feel good.

Parents say

age 18+

Based on 3 reviews

Kids say

not rated for age

Based on 1 review

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age 18+

Very poor advice

Having been 35 years in the beauty industry working on media celebrity women , I can honestly say the treatments offered in their programmes are seriously compromising ! For the lay person let’s start with intralace is the worst hair system around !! They show you applying lace then weaving your own hair through the lace . What they do not tell you is your weak thin hair will be ruined and fall out underneath ! The method they use is a sales pitch to get people to invest in a hair system that does nothing to restore hair underneath yet cost you the customer a fortune !!! I mean a fortune !! Many women who have had this system done have been caught out by having to go cave and spend money ongoing . What are you actually getting for your money ?? Well what the tv programme does NOT tell you is this ; They offered this hair system to one lady who had skin cancer That poor woman will find whatever hair she had grown back after Chemo will be ruined by this system permanently . I am furious the programme researchers demonstrated this aggressive system . As for the injections fillers : All very well for the makeover but what they do not tell you is how much it costs to maintain !!! Filler is restoring volume but with risks ! This programme is nothing more then a sales pitch and it would not surprise me if the plastic surgeon has paid to be on this show !! Two injections Botox and filler can set you back £300 plus ! But in order to maintain the look it costs !!! Terrible advice
not rated for age

mixed message, but fun to watch

i don't like that it promotes plastic surgery/botox. whatever happened to "aging gracefully"? i understand giving a haircut and the dental work, but i believe they should be promoting how to take care of yourself and make yourself look 10 years younger naturally, or at least with a tighter budget

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