When it comes to Botox, everyone’s got an opinion. We asked the experts: How young is too young? “The youngest who have wrinkles in the forehead, between the eyes or crows feet, are very light skinned women with a history of excessive sun exposure. In that case, they may be as young as their late…

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Botulinum Toxin Injections Demonstrate Anti-Depressive Effects in Recent Study

  New research suggests botulinum toxin type A has anti-depressive qualities along with its well-known cosmetic effects. Researchers from the University of Texas Southwestern, Austin, found that botulinum treatments injected between the eyebrows had an anti-depressive effect even after the treatment wore off and wrinkles returned. This suggests that the improvement in mood isn’t related…

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Out with the gaunt and tight, in with the plump and juicy. There’s a new face in town—and it’s a baby’s. A woman I have known for many years did something to her face not all that long ago, and for a few weeks afterward, I was not able to put my finger on it….

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Botox Injections Could Be Key to Cutting Cancer Growth

Botox injections, usually used in the fight against aging, may help battle cancer, according to data from medical trials performed on mice—published in Science Translational Medicine. Scientists from Columbia University Medical Centre, New York, and the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim found that using the Botulinum toxin—the neurotoxin that disrupts nerve function…

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