TOKYO - Botox has been popularized by supermodels and Hollywood A-listers for years, but a new trend is sweeping in Japan.
People in Asia are getting saline bagel-shaped injections in their foreheads, according to a Huffington Post story .
National Geographic is exploring the bizarre body modifying beauty treatment in the documentary-series "Taboo."
The bagel shape only lasts about 16 hours and fades as the saline is absorbed by the body.
To read the full Huffington Post story, go to http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/09/26/bagel-head-forehead-injections-japan-saline_n_1916188.html .
To watch a video a video from the "Taboo" series, click on the video player below. (Note to mobile and tablet users: Open story in a browser to watch video.)
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