MJ Angel The official numbers aren't yet in but it's estimated that Aussies spent more than $600 million last year on non-invasive cosmetic procedures such as Botox, fillers and other skin rejuvenation...
Nedahl Stelio Imagine a serum that could erase the lines under your eyes in 20 minutes. That would have to be magic, right? It's the holy grail of skincare: something that smoothes, softens and gives wrinkles the...
Cassy Small Most popular for its age defying benefits, botox was originally developed to correct cross-eyes and uncontrolled blinking.
Julia Teen Meet the women who opt for cosmetic surgery to enhance not their love lives but their careers.
Renae Leith-Manos Metabolic or hormonal changes in the body brought on by excessive regular exercise could eliminate the thousands of dollars you've spent on cosmetic changes to your face.
Natasha Hughes We hate wrinkles but anti-wrinkle treatments involve multiple injections. Is this a deal-breaker?
Weird Japanese beauty
MJ Angel Are the women of Japan being forced to take the idea of beauty too far?
On the rise
Eleanor Pendleton Forget going under the knife in the quest for younger looking skin. Now, the bulk of non-surgical procedures available are designed to restore a youthful appearance to the skin on an outpatient basis.
Meet the first ladies of football, from a Russian beauty to a famous pop star and a Lebanese divorcee.
Stephanie Darling Stephanie Darling is a willing guinea pig for a new wrinkle eradicating injectable, tracks down a favourite hot iron and gets travel ready with some cute kits
Rachel Clun Why do we point and scoff at their attempts to halt time?
Rachel Clun Cameron Diaz says everyone will experience infidelity in their lifetime.
Beauty beat up
Winnie Salamon Behind the scenes, in bedrooms, bathrooms and salons across the globe, women and men work tirelessly to look as though they just happened to be born this way.
Poppy King has emerged as the new face of feminism, Lisa Armstrong writes.
Vogue's schools initiative
Victoria Lambert Alexandra Shulman becomes a little brusque when explaining the magazine’s new schools initiative that gives teen girls a 'more realistic' view of the fashion world.
Jacqueline Maley The face matters, as does the decolletage, although the critic will generally deploy a far less polite term when referring to it.
Beverly Parungao In the US, cosmetic procedures for men increased by 22 per cent from 2002 to the end of 2012, the American Society of Plastic Surgeons says.
Natasha Hughes Overnight beauty treatments can be hideous but very effective.
Sarah Berry Surgery is on the wane as celebrities embrace "natural" beauty fixes.
Sarah Berry Books and diets are based on it. But, is this just one red hot beauty myth?