Come on, you haven’t heard of Botulinum Toxin A. You know you haven’t. I mean, we hadn’t even heard of it until reading this news article over at Community Advance Web today. Then again, we’re not practicing plastic surgeons. But, yes, Botulinum Toxin A is pretty much a protein and neurotoxin, or more commonly referred to as Botox (ah, there’s the ticket).
For years the toxin has been applied to a variety of medical applications: to treat vocal cord spasms to lower back pain to even assist with urinary incontinence. But now it’s being applied to new uses, such as a “Non-Surgical LIFT” aka as a face sculptor.
Injections are made to lift eyebrows to make eyes look larger, to upturn noses and – let’s say you have a smile that shows too much of your gums – well, with this new Botox treatment your lips can be upturned at the corners to give you a more amiable smile.
If you suffer from excessive sweating (be it in the face, scalp, palms, etc.) the toxin can treat the condition. If you suffer from oily skin and/or acne, you could benefit from it too.
Respected surgeons like Hawaii Vein, who deal in laser liposuction and even tattoo removal, are now adapting the toxin to fit their services.
To learn more visit Community Advance Web.
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