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It's been 10 years since Botox was approved by the FDA for cosmetic purposes—but really, the wonder drug doesn't look a day over five. In a Vanity Fair article, big-name dermatologist Dr. Brandt refers to Botox as "cosmetic aspirin” and extolls its usages—in addition to around the forehead, eyes and mouth, he injects it everywhere from the tip of the nose ("it lifts the whole face up") to women's décolletage (“for a firmer look”). Where would LA women be without it? Well, they'd probably a lot more expressive and wrinkly. [VF]