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As if we didn't have enough to worry about.
Your cell phone could be ruining your looks.
Some plastic surgeons surprise.
Warning of a new phenomenon called Smartphone face sagging Jack holds double chins and Adam -- -- run your mouth all from using your favorite gadgets.
Trace Gallagher then we have to -- -- the Hollywood to have it fixed.
Right right it turns out mega that your first signs of aging happening your chanting your job -- if you're looking -- right now neuter I have right if you're looking down your computer and your cell phone that -- hours on end.
Trust me -- facial muscles -- Facial muscles by the way in -- I -- -- your neck muscles they get weaker than gravity starts to kind of pull you down and you get that sagging -- look well.
Now the American society of plastic surgeon says that -- -- implants or -- plants.
As they call them are the fastest growing cosmetic surgery.
More than double breast implants and -- -- section combined.
Skin tightening by the way is also a big deal.
And sold the products that you kind of put on your face are selling like hot -- the skin -- -- they swear they will correct Smartphone face.
And we did a little research -- we've found out that.
This is kind of what I'm gonna look like about next month sometime a look like this right not exactly what you want but that is the definition of Smartphone face.
-- or anybody else says -- I think if I look like that.
It's not look like a -- I'm gonna go get a corrected.
To -- what.
I am all better right it's a celebrity process.
I really do it like.
I don't think -- needed chin implant I mean isn't just like yours you get older and then you just starts coming down and you know like I smiled at these lines here and every to have.
But I don't think up.
Getting a bigger chain is can -- -- -- I was gonna do you first night and I was gonna put your picture up there but they would let you sit well yeah you don't need to do any it another time.
You have like a million but I'll play what we did a story yesterday when when my team picture I put my my phone over my personally I was at a car stick at eighty.
-- -- -- -- Time marches on eventually -- right across your face well.
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