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Category: BOTOX® Cosmetic

Spring Into a New Summer Body

Posted on: March 16, 2016

Summer is only months away, and it’s almost bathing suit season. That means having fun in the sun at the beach or pool! Many men and women might be dreading the hotter months because they have some insecurities about their bodies or faces. The good thing is they still have time to do something about […]

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Choosing to Age Gracefully

Posted on: March 10, 2016

Like watching a train wreck, we’re drawn to tabloid photos where a few poor stars, from Hollywood’s elite, are plainly drowning in the fountain of youth. Their faces are artificially frozen in time, perfectly smoothed, perfectly plump and perfectly obvious to everyone else. In a modern world where numerous cosmetic interventions are available to turn […]

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Extending The Life of Your Dermal Filler with BOTOX® Cosmetic

Posted on: February 18, 2016

When it comes to enhancing the youthful look of your face, chemodenervation – the temporary paralysis of facial muscles –  is the number one procedure requested in the United States. After motion-limiting BOTOX® Cosmetic treatment, the second-most popular option is a dermal filler injection, to add sculpted volume beneath the surface of the skin. Recently, a […]

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BOTOX@ Cosmetic…Not Just for Frown Lines

Posted on: June 3, 2015

BOTOX® Cosmetic has become well known for removing the typical frown lines between eyebrows. It is further in use for the horizontal forehead lines, the crow’s feet, bunny lines, jelly rolls, and to decrease the size of the masseter muscles. In a recent study published by JAMA Facial Plastic Surgery, more benefits from BOTOX® Cosmetic […]

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Say Bye-Bye to Jelly Rolls

Posted on: May 8, 2015

When you smile, the muscles around your eyes contract. Over time, this can cause wrinkles and creases to appear. The horizontal under eye lines are often caused by the circular muscles contracting and moving eyelids as you open and shut your eyelids. Blinking, squinting, and other unavoidable reflexes may lead to crow’s feet and also […]

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