I think Judy Murray looks good after the treatment, at least no fillers, and £4.500 is no more than the price of a secondhand car. What would put me off is the required ongoing therapy procedures to keep it up to spec. That's where it gets expensive.
It's fine if people want to have a few procedures, it's personal choice. I do feel there will be a fillers problem down the line, especially with those who take it to the extreme. I don't understand why some can't see the more they have done, the dafter they look.
For many years I have had to regularly use resistance bands, which I hook onto a door handle, to maintain the physio exercises for my shoulder joints. I noticed within just a few weeks of starting what a difference it made to tightening up my neck. Another good exercise you can do several times a day whilst sitting is to tip your head right back, pull your lower lip up over your top lip, and hold for 20-30 seconds, repeat a few times. Not going to do what the micro threading does, but it makes a big difference - and it's free!
Mariana Janse, 40, from Northampton, East Midlands opted for plasma fibroblast therapy - where a device zaps a high-frequency electric current through the skin to encourage tissue regeneration. She wanted to get rid of her 'droopy eyes'