A brief history of botox

Botox is the abbreviation for botulinum toxin, a toxin produced from the bacterium Clostridium botulinum.

Dr. Justinus Kerner, who first discovered the medical value of botox, described it as a “sausage toxin” and a “fat toxin” because the bacteria that produce the toxin often grow

In 1992, Canadian ophthalmologists and dermatologists JD and JA Carruthers discovered that Botox injections have the ability to reduce wrinkles between the eyebrows.

In addition to treating wrinkles, another outstanding application is to treat excessive sweating in the armpits.

What can Botox do for you?

According to cosmetic doctor Martie Gidon (Canada), this is a purified protein and is only used in extremely small amounts to relax wrinkles.

Because it is a chemical that relaxes muscles, Botox will fade wrinkles and make the face look tired, angry and fierce.

However, you also need to know that Botox has no effect on wrinkles formed due to sun damage.

Using botox in large doses and in the wrong place can cause the face to lose emotional expression.

Some side effects after Botox injection are headache, swelling at the injection site, and drooping eyelids.

The future after botox?

A big question is `What therapy will replace Botox?`.

Botox and Fraxel are the two least expensive cosmetic procedures and have the fastest recovery time.

In addition, in the UK, the method of face lifting and wrinkle reduction using 24 carat gold mesh has become popular.

Similar to the pure gold face lift method is the V-Lift 3D method in Korea.

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