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a neurotoxin (trade name Botox) that is used clinically in small quantities to treat strabismus and facial spasms and other neurological disorders characterized by abnormal muscle contractions

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com/video/botox-use-among-millennials-is-skyrocketing-are-selfies-to-blame-883199043943) segment on USA Today last month accredited the rise in Botox to "preventative usage," with other millennials claiming they undergo the procedure preemptively to keep wrinkles at bay.
Her symptoms were not well-controlled on Myrbetriq and she subsequently requested Botox therapy.
Botox works best on non-static wrinkles, said Dr Lekic.
Hair botox treatment effects normally lasts approximately two months so customers can have longer periods of beautiful hair.
Famous faces talking botox HERE are some famous faces that have changed for the better, or worse, after botox treatment.
Dermaskin added that the use of Botox for facial lines and wrinkles was "both common and widespread amongst the specialists and doctors within the speciality".
Botox also is effective for platysmal banding - verticle lines that develop in the neck as a result of muscle contractions.
Botox injected into the bladder muscle relaxes the organ and increases its storage capacity thus reducing incontinence, according to the FDA.
But the Moulin Rouge actress is not the first celebrity to fall victim to the frozen face which has recently become a trademark of the rich and famous including the following stars: DANNII MINOGUE FORMER X Factor judge Dannii Minogue was forced to quit Botox four years ago after viewers criticised her "plastic face".
And despite conflicting data in support of the practice, some overweight people looking for an easy fix have turned to gastric botox injections to help them lose weight.
Est-ce que le Botox est couramment utilise au Maroc ?
It's 10 years since the mighty FDA rubber-stamped botox for fixing frown lines, and the jab's back in the spotlight again this month with the General Medical Council finally clamping down on rogue injectors.
Individuals injected with Botox may have trouble telling what others are thinking and feeling, a University of Southern California, Los Angeles, study finds.
Summary: Botox story reveals shows traditional media oughta stop trying to be hip and focus on what they should be doing best: accuracy and indepth coverage.
Botox treatment, one of thetop 5 non-surgical cosmetic procedures, has shown a steady increase in consumer use over the years.