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Understanding the Latest Lunch Hour Treatments

Quick and Convenient Anti Aging Treatments Are you both time-strapped and bothered by wrinkles? We have injectable treatments that provide a quick and convenient solution for lines, wrinkles, and folds caused by aging. Botox and Fillers in San Antonio San Antonio Cosmetic Surgery offers some of the most popular injectable treatments. Botox® is the most […]


Allergan’s Botox and Breast Implants Endure European Austerity

Sales in Botox and breast implants are accelerating in Europe despite the continent’s economic crisis, according to the chief executive of US pharmaceutical company Allergan. Despite high rates of unemployment and widespread austerity measures, it seems that southern Europeans in particular place cosmetic enhancement high on their priority lists. Recent statistics released by the International […]


More Seniors Seeking Nonsurgical Cosmetic Procedures

Traditionally, cosmetic procedures have been considered suitable pursuits of the young and middle-aged, not the elderly. However, with the aging of the baby boomer generation and a greater variety of minimally invasive procedures, there has been a rising number of seniors consulting with plastic surgeons and pursuing medical rejuvenation. Based on statistics released by the American Society for […]


Research Underway on Topical Botox

Topical Botox may be in development for availability in your plastic surgeon’s office, according to HealthDay News. While patients who currently want the wrinkle smoothing effects of Botox must undergo the traditional injectable treatment, researchers are hoping to make progress in developing topical Botox. This would be a boon for patients who are needle-averse. The […]


Too Much Botox May Affect Reading of Facial Cues

Though Botox and Dysport are recognized for their ability to smooth facial wrinkles, they may also impact a patient’s ability to read facial cues, found a study in Social Psychological and Personality Science, according to WebMD. Dr. David R. Neal, a psychology professor at the University of Southern California said that, “If you have a […]


The Future of Non-Injectable Botox

It’s certainly not news that wrinkle-reducing injectables like Botox and Dysport are seeing sales increases as the economy rebounds. It is noteworthy, however, what the companies are working toward in the wake of renewed consumer interest—topical versions, according to bnet.com. Botox, produced by Allergan and Dysport, produced by Medicis, contain similar components of the botulinum […]


Cosmetic Products See a Sales Resurgence

Shoppers in San Antonio and around the country are returning to optional goods and services, like designer jewelry and cosmetic procedures as the economy begins to show signs of a rebound, according to a Wall Street Journal article. While lower-income individuals may still be shying away from “elective” spending, those whose investments are looking up […]


Best Time for Plastic Surgery? Early 50s, Says Survey

One in three women said they are concerned enough with their appearance that they would consider plastic surgery, according to a UK survey covered in the Daily Mail. The sample from the survey included 3,000 women ages 40 to 65 and asked questions about specific procedures as well as the ideal celebrity appearance for women […]


Botox and Fillers Require a Trained Hand for Safe Treatment

The prevalence and frequency of the use of facial injectables has influenced some individuals to believe they can administer these drugs themselves—without a Ph.D. While wrinkle and facial fillers like Botox can be safely administered by a doctor, some untrained people have found ways to procure the drugs online and are choosing unwisely to take […]


FDA Approval Granted for Botox Migraine Treatment

The Food and Drug Administration announced yesterday that Botox is now approved for treatment of chronic migraine headaches. With this new application, therapeutic treatments with Botox could actually outnumber cosmetic treatments in years to come. People suffering from chronic migraines regularly experience an intense throbbing pain in one area of the head, a condition that’s […]

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