To Do Friday: Give Good Face

Investigation Reveals Widespread Drug Use In Australian SportThe Trifector Face may sound like something out of a scary sci-fi movie, but it is a socialite’s secret weapon, now that spring is about to spin out of control, with benefits and movie premieres sprouting up faster than Billy Farrell party photos of model/DJ Harley Viera-Newton. Park Avenue’s Dr. Howard Sobel uses a combo of three injectables to “lift and volumize the face.” But you won’t look like Madonna when she gets all puffed-out before a press tour. This is for the person who is not ready for a face-lift (sorry, Madge) but wants to look as young as Lourdes Leon. The gorgeousness hat trick includes Botox—duh—and then Restylane or Juviderm, which erases those smile lines that are really no laughing matter, and then some Radiesse, a k a the clinical-sounding calcium hydroxyl apatite, which repositions the cheekbones by filling in the loss of fat and elasticity. Hey Billy Farrell: we are so ready for our step and repeat close-up.

Dr. Howard Sobel, 960 Park Avenue, (212) 288-0060, call far in advance for an appointment. 

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