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BOTOXBotulinum Toxin
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Dermatologists revealed that the millennial Botox usage was, indeed, a growing trend.
She wished to continue with her Botox treatments, as her symptoms, reported by a standardized OAB tool, had increased to severe while off of Botox.
Although it has the effect of paralysing the muscle when used in dilution [and in small quantities] to resolve some muscle pains, over the last three decades, surgeons realised they could inject botox into a muscle to slow down its movement in order to reduce deep creases and wrinkles.
Botox treatments contain active ingredients that attach to areas with damaged keratin [hair fiber protein] then seals gaps and breakage.
The Harley Medical Group, one of the UK's largest cosmetic treatment organisations, said last year it saw an 18% surge in demand for botox.
HB Health told the ASA it had removed the reference to Botox from its home page and replaced it with the term "wrinkle softening treatment", but added that references to the product were extremely common within the beauty industry and many clinic websites contained similar content.
Although Botox generally lasts for three to six months, most problems will start to look better after six weeks or so.
Botox can improve the symmetry of the face and reduce muscle contractures and spasms.
Overactive bladder (OAB) results in an uncontrolled urge to urinate, frequent urination, and uncontrollable leakage of urine, according to the Allergan statement on Botox use for OAB.
I did try Botox, unfortunately, but I got out of it and now I can finally move my face again.
ISLAMABAD -- Injecting botulinum toxin A (BTA), or Botox, into the stomach had been believed to delay emptying of the stomach, increase feelings of fullness and reduce body weight.
Le Botox est indiques dans le traitement de differentes maladies telles la spasticite, une maladie neurologique qui provoque des mouvements reflexes involontaires, le blepharospasme, des contractions involontaires des muscles des paupieres ou encore les spasmes hemifaciaux.