Botox was approved by the FDA in 1989 for medical use. In 2002 Botox Cosmetics made its debut.

The science backed by extensive studies have shown and have proven that Botox temporarily improves the look of moderate to severe frown lines between the brow. Botox reduces the muscle activity that causes those lines to form those lines referring to the Glabellar muscle for one, you know the eleven (ll)’s or the one (l) that forms right between the eyebrows on your forhead and lets not forget the crows feet which all come from years of squinting and concentration.

A decade of experience 2 decades of experience, both doctors and healthcare professionals have prescribed Botox with predictable noticeable proven results that last for 4 months.

Side effects associates with the injection site is and can be pain, swelling, bruising and tenderness to name a few. One should not rub, exercise or lower their head for any length of time for 48 hours due to migration from the initial site in which can result in a droopy eyelid which can last up to 4 months.

Did you know that the FDA approved Botox also to treat Migraines in adults? It has been shown to be effective in prevention of Migraines. Its important to discuss this option with your doctor as to see if it would right for you. The FDA’s approval for use of Botox to fight Migraines was based on the result of two studies involving 1,384 adults in North America & Europe. The findings reports a major decrease in frequency of headache days.