Women and men usually get Botox injections to smooth frown lines and crows feet. Patients come out of the procedure with a more youthful and refreshed appearance. But what if you’re already youthful (at least in age)? Can you be to young for the injections to be effective? According to one 23-year-old television personality, her age is just right.

In interview with RadarOnline.com, Ashlee Holmes, daughter of Real Housewives of New Jersey Star Jaqueline Laurita, discussed her decision to take preventative measures to combat fine lines and wrinkles.

“Botox is most effective on wrinkles that haven’t quite set, so I tried it,” Holmes told the celebrity website. “I really don’t see the big deal. People lose their minds over other women getting cosmetic procedures. I say, if you have the finances and you feel like it’s something that will make you feel more confident, why not go for it?”

Holmes may be significantly younger than the average Botox user, but she is no less wise, at least when it comes to how she has handled criticism. The reality star told the source that everyone has a right to be comfortable in his or own skin. If that takes a nip, tuck or an injection or two for someone to get to that point, who really has the right to judge?

Having a cosmetic procedure is a personal decision, and only you and your plastic surgeon can determine which injections or surgeries are right for you. Interested in Botox in Nashville? Start your journey by contacting The Lett Center today!