Soften those fine lines and your mood?

We all know that botox has more than proven its ability to remove expression lines which form on the forehead, glabellar lines (between the eyebrows) and crows feet in addition to stopping hyperhidrosis or excessive sweating and easing the often debilitating pain associated with chronic migraines. Recently of course it has been approved for other medical conditions such as muscle dystonia (uncontrollable contracting), incontinence and misalignment of the eyes -but can this wonder drug really treat depression?

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Superdrug launched it’s Skin Renewal service

In the world of aesthetics last week the announcement that Superdrug launched it’s Skin Renewal service in one of their flagship stores in London with a view to rolling this out nationally piqued a lot of positive interest at first. With Love Island bringing the beauty of aesthetic treatments to the masses in the comfort of their living rooms Superdrug are harnessing this market in high street form making these all the more accessible it would seem.

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How your skin and face ages from your 20s to your 40s and what you can do about it.

With every birthday we are lucky to have a new wrinkle might form and our skin begins to look and feel different. Moreover the actual shape and contour of face changes as well. This journey begins from our rosy 20s and into the following two decades of our 30s and 40s. We will have a look at what we can do lessen the impact of these changes and preserve a more youthful looking you.

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Lip Fillers demand after love island

The Megan Barton-Hanson effect has seen a surge in the demand for lip fillers and other cosmetic procedures such as Botox as everyone wants to create that better version of themselves with fuller looking lips and the smooth taught skin that regular botox injections achieve. There is not a dark under eye shadow in sight on the villa as under eye dermal fillers such as the tear trough treatment to banish these.

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Botox helping manage Parkinson’s disease

I have just finished reading an article about it being used to help manage Parkinson’s disease and the accompanying condition of dystonia. Dystonia is a condition which causes sustained or repetitive muscle contractions which can be painful, cause abnormal positioning of the body and tremoring most associated to Parkinsons.

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