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Have you ever wondered how and why your favorite celebrity never seems to age? Everything always seems high and tight. I'm not talking about butts here, but I am talking about cheeks. Tonight, Deco's delving deep into Hollywood's newest beauty secret.

When it comes to looking great on the red carpet, Hollywood knows how to get gorgeous. And it's not just about the get-up. It's also about never growing-old.

Dr. Martin Zaiac: "The concept we try for is to start earlier, to prevent more work later on in time."

At the Miami Skin and Laser Center on Miami Beach with the help of Deco's Dr. Lynn, we found out about Hollywood's newest red carpet secret. It's an injectable called Voluma. It was released only four weeks ago (right before the oscars.)

Dr. Martin Zaiac: "This is the first one that's ever been approved by the FDA to reconstruct the volume we lose in our cheeks."

The ones on our face like Jillians.

Lynn: "You have great skin, what is it you want to do?"

Jill: "I really feel a little bit hallow, so I want to get a little bit of a lift here."

As you get older your cheeks droop. A dose of Voluma lifts. Doctor Martin Zaiac, AKA Derm to the stars says, this injectable is definitely a beauty break-through.

Dr. Martin Zaiac: "It can last up to two years, according to the studies."

Shireen: "Two years verses what is the average injection now?"

Dr. Martin Zaiac: "The average injections for the h-acids that currently exist are six to eight months in duration, sometimes it can last a lil bit longer."

Annette Torres had her cheeks injected right when Voluma came out. Here's her before. And here's her after.

Shireen: "You came in about a month ago, what were you hoping the results would be?"

Annette Torres: "To fill in on my upper cheeks and under my eyes."

Shireen: "What do you think of the results?"

Annette Torres: "I think it came out great. Everybody noticed, I look fresher but it's not so noticeable you look like you went under the knife."

Voluma not only lasts for years, it's a good way to stay off the knife.

Shireen: "When you look at the average actress are they injecting or are they cutting?"

Dr. Martin Zaiac: "Most people are putting off surgery until the last possible option."

Just like Jillian is her she is before and her she is after.

Lynn: "OK, here's how you look, tell me what you think?"

Jill: "Oh that looks amazing."

Who says you need Hollywood to be gorgeous and glamorous? With this new secret injection forever young is for everyone.

Voluma starts at about $850 and goes up to $1,000 per syringe.

FOR MORE INFORMATION:

www.miamiskinandlaser.com

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