Dr. Sadiq Faiz told Eat All, Not That all about prophylactic Botox. These botox injections are a process that can prevent the formation of wrinkles and fine lines on the face. Typically, this procedure is recommended for people between the ages of 20 and 30 who have not yet developed wrinkles.
According to the doctor, there is little point in giving Botox injections before wrinkles appear. And there is no conclusive scientific evidence that prophylactic Botox works. According to the expert, such a procedure is rather ridiculous.
Botox is actually a prescription drug. In other words, it must have reasons and a purpose. The Botox injection procedure is not completely harmless and can lead to complications and side effects.
The main disadvantage of Botox is that it can weaken the muscles too much (for example, on the forehead) over many years. As a result, the skin may become thin and loose. Worse, over time, weakened muscles in that area affect other muscles in that area and facial expressions in general.
For example, if a person stops using their forehead muscles, they may begin to express the same emotions using their nose. As a result, he will have wrinkles around his nose.
You should also remember that the effect of any Botox lasts for three to five months.
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