Someone I know once remarked, "'Dishwasher safe' just means it hasn't been around long enough for anyone to get cancer yet," (or something very close to that).
What's going to happen when we've been around long enough to see what Botox does to the human body after years of exposure?
In an interview, Simon Cowell said, "To me, Botox is no more unusual than toothpaste...It works, you do it once a year - who cares?"
Who cares? Who cares?! I care!
According to the same article (from a web site on which you can also learn about UK breast enhancement), Cowell has also admitted to wearing platform shoes to appear taller, has denied dying his hair, and was insulted when he was asked to be a spokesperson for Viagra. Clearly, he's a little obsessed.
Oh, and by the way, I don't think Botox is "no more unusual than toothpaste." That's ridiculous. Maybe in Glamour-land, but down here in Real Life, (almost) everybody uses toothpaste, and a lot fewer inject goop under their skin.
Plus, toothpaste, whether it's more or less common, is absolutely necessary to prevent decay. But Botox keeps me from decaying, they'll say.
Yeah, we'll see...