Hollywood actress Sharon Stone has teamed up with a pharmaceutical subsidiary offering facial fillers and anti-wrinkle treatments for a global campaign to make cosmetic procedures socially acceptable.
The 57-year-old will embark on the campaign with dermatology brand Galderma, batting for the thought that aesthetic treatments can enhance natural looks by demonstrating the results of Restylane Fillers and Restylane Skinboosters in real life.
“I’m excited about Galderma’s new and innovative aesthetic techniques to create natural looking results. I am looking forward to working with the company to make aesthetic treatments more accepted. It is inspiring when science meets beauty in such an effective way,” Stone said in a statement.
Stone has starred in films like “Basic Instinct”, “Casino” and “Total Recall”.