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Botox – myths and facts

Botox – myths and facts: we will look at the most popular procedures and statements related to the group of these drugs. Today, on television and on the Internet, you can increasingly hear about Botox, both in a positive and negative context.

So, before you the most interesting facts and myths about Botox.

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15 Myths and Facts About Botox
Botulinum toxin (Botox) is a drug that blocks neuromuscular transmission. They are obtained from the bacteria “Clostridium botulinum”
Botulinum toxin type A injections were approved for cosmetic purposes in 2000. Since then, over 4 million people worldwide have used the procedure.
An interesting fact is that back in the 70s of the last century, Botox was used to treat strabismus.
Only in the 90s, doctors managed to notice that wrinkles are smoothed out in people who were treated for strabismus.
That Botox is poorly understood is a myth. In fact, experts assure that this procedure is absolutely safe. Today, Botox is much better studied than a number of medical drugs.
Did you know that Botox is effective for reducing the secretion of sebaceous glands on the scalp, for eyebrow correction, for treating oily skin, etc.?
Botox is used to treat migraines. In such cases, injections are made to the forehead and other points.
Many celebrities resort to Botox to reduce sweating. The drug is injected directly into the area of ​​the sweat glands.
You may be surprised, but Botox is practiced for urinary incontinence. With the help of procedures, doctors manage to correct the bladder.
It is a myth that Botox can completely rid the elderly of facial wrinkles. Even if you inject large doses of the drug, the creases on the skin still will not disappear, and the face will resemble a terrible mask.
An interesting fact is that compared to 2000, today men resort to Botox 3 times more often.
It turns out that while Botox is safe, it is not for everyone. Eyelids may droop in people with certain anatomical features of the face.
It is curious that after resurfacing and other procedures, scars or noticeable pigmentation may remain on the skin of some patients.
It is a myth that Botox can only be done when necessary. In fact, the procedures are relevant even for young people. For example, those who often use facial expressions.
The more often you do Botox, the larger doses you need. The fact is that if you start resorting to procedures more often than once every six months, the muscles will not have time to return to their previous tone.

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