The doctors from the new Boris Valerie Plastic Surgery tell you five things you must know about botulinum toxin injections, which are touted as the answer to more youthful-looking skin.
If you haven’t been keeping up with your 2018 resolutions to have a consistent skincare routine, do weekly masking and go for monthly facials, but still want to look great for the festive celebrations, what you need is a beauty quick fix. For that, you may want to consider botulinum toxin injections.
Well known by one of its trade names, Botox, botulinum toxin is a neurotoxin produced by a bacterium. Injected into the muscles in minute doses, it weakens the signals sent from the nerves to the muscles of the targeted area. The result: Wrinkles relax and soften.
According to the doctors at the luxurious new Boris Valerie Plastic Surgery (which occupies a space of more than 5,000 sq ft at Tripleone Somerset), the procedure has been around for decades, but there’s still a lot of confusion about what botulinum toxin injections can – or can’t – do for your face. Here, they debunk some common myths:
MYTH #1: THE INJECTIONS WILL MAKE YOUR FACE APPEAR FROZEN
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