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20 Facts You Should Know About Botox

Reasons to use Botox Botox is a neurotoxin used to temporarily reduce the movement of muscles. Therapeutically, Botox is used to treat disorders such as strabismus (crossed eyes), involuntary blinking, muscle stiffness, torticollis, overactive bladder, severe underarm sweating, and chronic migraines. Cosmetically, it is used to treat frown lines and crow’s feet. When is Botox used? Botox works wonders for a variety of conditions, including: Around the eye region to manage cr ... READ MORE
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Tips for Remodeling the Earlobe

Anatomy of the Earlobe Understanding the anatomy of the earlobe is important so that the appropriate approach to the treatment of aesthetic imperfections can be determined. The external ear consists of the auricle—also known as the pinna—and the ear canal. The auricle, which is the visible part of the ear, is made of several components including the helix, antihelix, tragus, antitragus, and the lobule. These structures are mainly composed of cartilage covered by skin. The earlobe, ... READ MORE
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Botox Crows Feet Explained - Why Is It So Popular

If you’re looking to treat what patients call “crow’s feet” with Botox®, you’re looking to treat lateral canthal rhytids.1 The orbicularis oculi muscles are important in eyelid closure, but contraction of their lateral fibers can produce lines that radiate from the lateral corners of the eyes. Smiling, frowning, and squinting can lead to this common sign of aging—wrinkles—which are all that crow’s feet are. They can make someone look tired or a ... READ MORE
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Botox For Hair and Hair Botox Differences Explained

Botox, the commercial preparation of OnabotulinumtoxinA (botulinum toxin type A), is a neurotoxin that prevents the release of neurotransmitters in muscles. This results in paralysis of any muscles that are injected with the neurotoxin. Muscle inactivation persists until new muscle fibers grow and connect to new synaptic junctions in the nerves of the muscle. This can take a couple of months. Coincidentally, this is also about how long Botox for hair lasts before a return visit to the salo ... READ MORE
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How Dermal Fillers Help After Weight Loss

Weight Loss and Dermal Fillers Soft-tissue fillers have revolutionized aesthetic rejuvenation of the face and have brought forward significant changes to the field of minimally invasive cosmetic procedures. There has been a huge advancement in the aesthetic industry since bovine collagen fillers—the first injectable filler introduced in the 1980s. With the astounding and rapidly growing popularity of dermal filler injections amongst mainstream consumers, there has been a public call f ... READ MORE
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Buying Hair Botox & Cosmetic Botox Require 2 Different Shops

If you are looking to buy hair Botox, you are looking for a conditioning treatment which is very different from buying cosmetic Botox®, a popular product among cosmetic and other health related procedures.Hair Botox is a topical preparation meant to rejuvenate hair by filling individual fibers of hair with a filler like collagen or keratin. This makes Hair Botox treatment very different from Cosmetic Botox® treatment, which refers to the use of a solution containing botulinum ... READ MORE
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Do you know the difference between dynamic and static wrinkles?

As you know, wrinkles are modifications of the skin’s surface that are associated with cutaneous aging, sun exposure, and several other factors. They often present as lines, folds, and creases, and they are commonly seen on the face, neck, and hands. The number of wrinkles a person has tends to increase with age.   There is currently no official or definitive classification of wrinkles. Commonly adopted classifications are based on anatomic, dimensional, and etiologic criteria, as w ... READ MORE
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Botulinum Toxin (BOTOX) Risks and Benefits

Introduction Botulinum toxin (BT) is a therapeutic ingredient isolated from a rod-shaped, gram-positive bacteria Clostridium botulinum. Several BT serotypes have been identified, 2 of which (type A and B) have clinical significance. The use of botulinum toxin type A on the upper face was first documented in the late 1980s. It was later approved by the US FDA for cosmetic use and is now considered as one of the most important contributions to the approach of anti-aging. Types of Botulinu ... READ MORE
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Prevent and Treat Wrinkles with Soft Tissue Fillers

Soft tissue fillers, also known as dermal fillers, or wrinkle fillers, are gels or viscous suspensions that are injected underneath the skin to soften the appearance of wrinkles, fill hollow areas in the face, and enhance the lips. Regardless of the type of filler used, repeat injections are often required to maintain the result or correct undesirable effects. As people moved away from permanent fillers like liquid silicone because of higher risks and more incidence of unwanted results, te ... READ MORE
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Botox For Migraines and Headaches: Costs and Treatment Review

Headaches are one of the most common nervous system disorders and a major cause of disability worldwide, affecting 47% of adult population in the United States alone. According to the International Headache Society, a headache is classified as a primary headache disorder if the headache itself is the illness and there are no other causes diagnosed. The most common primary headache disorder in clinical practice is migraine. Up to 15% of the world’s population is afflicted with the deb ... READ MORE
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