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Are Botox parties safe?

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Botox parties can be a fun way to spend quality time with your friends while improving and rejuvenating your appearance at the same time. If you’re new to Botox, hosting or attending a Botox party can help you learn more about the benefits of this minimally invasive cosmetic treatment, and gives you a close-up look into how this procedure is performed in a fun and casual setting. Some healthcare professionals warn that Botox parties are …

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How to extend the results of Botox and dermal filler treatments

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Botox and dermal fillers can be highly effective at helping you look younger, but offer only temporary results. Botox results often last between three and six months, while dermal fillers produce results that can last for up to two years. To get the best results from Botox and dermal fillers, there are several minor lifestyle changes you can implement that can prolong the effects of these rejuvenating treatments. Follow these tips to extend your results …

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Frequently asked questions about dermal fillers

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Injectable dermal fillers are a popular option for those wanting to reduce visible signs of aging in the face. As we age, our faces naturally lose fat, and facial skin loses its firmness. This leads to sagging skin, loss of volume in the face, and fine lines and wrinkles. Dermal fillers can be injected into the skin to restore volume and diminish wrinkles. If you’ve started to notice signs of aging in your skin, dermal …

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Surprising uses for Botox

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Botox is best known for its ability to minimize wrinkles, but this popular injection has a number of uses that may surprise you. Botox, a drug made from a toxin created by certain bacteria, relaxes muscles and smooths wrinkles when injected into the skin in small doses. Botox works by blocking the signals between nerves and muscles, leading to less movement in the muscles. Botox has been approved by the FDA to treat several medical …