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So, you went to have BOTOX to smooth away your forehead creases, but now they look too high and arched. What’s a girl to do?
Don’t sweat it. You have options.
An overly arched brow, often referred to as the ‘Dr. Spock’ brow, can be easily corrected. “This look is not necessarily due to an error on the part of the injector. The forehead and brow muscles can be very complex, which is why you should seek out an expert injector. The frontalis or forehead muscle is the only lifting muscle of the brows in the entire face. It is a balancing act of injecting the superior part of the forehead muscles to relax the lines and prevent a “peaked brow”, while not over injecting it to the po
Do you feel that frown lines and pesky wrinkles are inevitable?Not in the 21st century!Anti-aging is the buzzword these days,and with good reason.There is a world of products that promise to diminish frown lines and wrinkles,both professional and over the counter.The trick,of course,is finding the right one for you.For many,neurotoxin wrinkle relaxing injections(BOTOX®,Dysport®,Xeomin®)are a go-to solution.
But what if you’re averse to getting an injection, especially with something called a neurotoxin? Can you really simulate the results at home?
Dr. Edward Miranda, a plastic surgeon in San Francisco, CA says that BOTOX® reduces the appearance of wrinkles by weakening the muscle
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