Over the last 20 years Botox has become a household name, generating more magazine headlines than the celebrities that have received the wrinkle reducing injection. The procedure has seen a huge growth in use and popularity in recent years and is considered a miracle cure to maintain youthful looks. But what is Botox? And how does it work?
How many times have you longed for a permanent solution to that embarrassing body hair?
For thousands of women, this is no joke- they are literally so self conscious they avoid social contact and are suffering such low self esteem that it really affects their personal relationships. It is well documented that almost 150 years ago people were starting to look for permanent methods of hair reduction.
Botox ™ has been around for years, and has become established as an anti ageing treatment used by both celebrities and us 'normal' people. Despite the fact it is regarded as safe, many people don't want purified botulinum toxin inserted into their face.
Scars can have a serious impact on the perceived beauty of an individual. The psychological hurt can often be worse that the actual damage, as the affected person remembers how they used to look.
Scars do not only have a visual impact. The hardening and adverse tissue changes can also affect mobility and movement.