Uses for Botox?

Answer Botox is a form of botulinum toxin. It is a poison produced by the bacteria that causes botulism. Botox injections temporarily interrupt nerve signals in muscles and glands, reducing their response... Read More »

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Medical Uses for Botox?

The Food and Drug Administration first approved the use of Botox in 1989 to treat eye muscle spasm. It has since risen in popularity (as well as some controversy) in its cosmetic use as an anti-agi... Read More »

How to Tell if She Uses Botox?

Personal cosmetic enhancements are all the rage in society today. Procedures such face-lifts, breast enhancements, hair transplants, and liposuction are more common than ever before. One of the mor... Read More »

Is botox rat poison?

While Botox (a portmanteau of "botulinum toxin") does a good job at smoothing out wrinkles, many rightfully question how safe it is. While the substance isn't harmless, is was never used as rat poi... Read More »

How to Use Botox Cosmetics?

Botox Cosmetic is a purified protein produced by the clostridium botulinum bacterium, and it must be administered by an authorized healthcare professional. Botox Cosmetic is mostly used to reduce f... Read More »