Social media is all about seeing and being seen, so it’s not surprising that the ubiquity and frequency of posts are fueling our vanity.
It’s a popular cosmetic treatment, but early data hints that Botox could have a role in treating not just aging but mental illness as well.
Botox is a good way to smooth nasty wrinkles, but the latest studies show it may not do much to ease the throbbing pain of a headache.
For those of you who have been keeping track, Botox, the symbol of vanity and Bravo’s Real Housewives, actually has a variety of medical uses: it’s government-approved to treat chronic migraines, muscle problems, underarm …
Like Kleenex and Band-Aid, Botox is a brand name that’s become indistinguishable from the product. But in a new randomized study, Botox’s newer competitor, Dysport, appeared to have the edge in smoothing wrinkles.
Parenting is a largely self-regulated undertaking. With nary an instruction manual, we’re handed a squalling bundle and expected to make mostly good decisions about how that bundle is raised. Word of advice: don’t inject …
We all know that Botox injections paralyze facial muscles — which is why it’s used between the brows to iron out frown lines — and can therefore make users appear less emotional. Now a new study finds that the cosmetic toxin …
What economic downturn? According to the latest figures, the rate of plastic surgery procedures is not only back on the upswing, but the surgeries are becoming increasingly popular among men.
Dentists are all about making sure you maintain a youthful smile. So why not throw some Botox in to the mix, and help you ditch those frown lines while they’re at it?
It began as an odd observation among plastic surgery patients, and ended up as an FDA approved drug — on Friday, the agency green-lighted the use of Botox, a popular wrinkle-reducing procedure, to control migraines.