For Michelle, traditional rhinoplasty was not an option, she simply didn’t want to go through a surgical procedure. With the innovations of Dr. Alexander Rivkin, Michelle was able to transform her nose, and her look, with a non-surgical, non-invasive procedure. Welcome to the ‘non-surgical nose job.
‘Shazam!’ star Michelle Borth has partnered with Dr. Alexander Rivkin, to offer a non-invasive fix for self-harm scars — at no cost to survivors.
Shazam! star Michelle Borth‘s struggle with depression and anxiety as a teenager led to what she calls a “pretty significant suicide attempt” when she was just 17. Thankfully she survived. But, she tells HollywoodLife EXCLUSIVELY that she was left with deep scars on her wrists that made it hard for her to fully move on — until Dr. Alexander Rivkin created a life changing solution. “He used cosmetic filler,” she explained. “He was really meticulous, but it took less than 10 minutes. I looked down and I just started crying. My scars were almost invisible.” ‘Shazam!’ star Michelle Borth started the Roll Up Your Sleeves Campaign to help those suffering
The popularity and ever-evolving nature of injectables and filler have risen exponentially in recent years, and the “liquid rhinoplasty”—aka the nonsurgical nose job—is one of the most raptly searched procedures on the menu. (Spoiler: It’s also one of the most potentially dangerous and complication-prone procedures.) However, the allure of a procedure with comparatively less downtime, less commitment (results are temporary), and a potentially lower cost is not lost on us, and if you’re someone who has considered surgical rhinoplasty or who is curious about other alternatives, the nonsurgical nose job is a relevant one to consider. (If you’re curious about what the before-and-afters can look like, we’ve
Michelle Borth opens up about her history of self-harm — and how a non-surgical procedure, which made her scars virtually invisible, has helped her move forward Michelle Borth is opening up about her history of self-harm — and how a non-surgical procedure, which made her scars virtually invisible, has helped her move forward. “I’ve struggled with depression and anxiety probably for as long as I can remember. It started in my really early teens, probably 12-13,” the Hawaii Five-0 actress, 41, tells PEOPLE. “I just became very reclusive and very angry and so I started acting out. I quickly then found escape in drugs and
Dominic never felt uncomfortable that he was assigned male at birth, but he long felt a dissatisfaction with his lips: namely, that they could be more feminine. “Gender is no simple thing, and I think that even if one is comfortable with how their gender is read, little tweaks can make a difference in aligning their appearance with how they feel about themselves,” he says. So, the 21-year-old Los Angeleno sought the help of a cosmetic surgeon to make his lips fuller and more symmetrical. The procedure, typically sought by women, made Dominic feel more himself. “I really like