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Now get the whole story it seems like everybody is talking about Botox, the highly effective, non-surgical procedure that can dramatically reduce your toughest wrinkle within 7 days and lasts up to four months. It's been reported in the news, in fashion, health and beauty magazines, and on TV.

Or perhaps you've heard about it from your friends, and you want to know more. You want the whole story before you decide if Botox is right for you.

What BOTOX is?

A Botox treatment is a simple, non-surgical procedure that smoothes the deep, persistent lines between your brows that developed over time. One ten-minute treatment-a few tiny injection relaxes the muscles that cause those lines to forth'" and keeps them relaxed up to four months. Botox has been widely tested. Now it's approved by the FDA.

The results are dramatic and apparent within days. In clinical trials, nearly 90% of the men and women surveyed rated the improvement in their brow lines as moderate to better. For many, Botox virtually "erases" these lines. Unlike surgery, Botox is fast, simple, and minimally invasive, with no downtime or recovery. Most people return directly to work or normal activity following treatment within days, they report looking more natural and relaxed. With Botox, they'll know you've done something, they just won't know what.

What BOTOX isn't.

Botox is not magic.

It's medicine, the result of years of careful research and testing, Allergen's Botox product is the only one of its type with over 10 years of success in treating patients with a variety of conditions.

Botox will not radically change your appearance or make you look "like you've had work done." It will not make you look twenty years younger. Because it's highly localized and administered intramuscularly, its effects are usually confined to the region of injection, and Botox does not remain in your body indefinitely.
What to expect from BOTOX?
Is BOTOX right for you?

If you are between the ages 18 to 60 and doing all you can to look your best is important to you, Botox may be for you.

If reducing those tough lines between your brows would make you feel more approachable, Botox may be for you.

Thousands of appearance-conscious women and men have already discovered the benefits of Botox. Not just models and movie stars, but ordinary people - teachers, mothers, and business people from all walks of life. .

Who should administer BOTOX?

Any authorized health care professional can administer Botox, but plastic surgeons & other cosmetic physicians are generally more experienced. One of these physicians can help you decide if Botox is right for you.

What to expect from BOTOX?

Your doctor will determine exactly where to administer several tiny injections to achieve the best results. No anesthesia is required, although he or she may choose to numb the area with a cold pack or anesthetic cream prior to injecting. The entire procedure takes approximately ten minutes. Discomfort is minimal and brief - most patients compare the sensation to a bug bite, it is unlikely you will develop significant side effects, although some people develop slight temporary bruising at the injection site, which can easily be covered by makeup. You may resume normal activity immediately.
What to expect from BOTOX?

Within days, you'll see a marked improvement which may continue to improve for as long as a week and should last up to four months.

Botox relaxes the overactive muscles whose repeated contractions cause the lines between your brows to form. So you can frown, smile, or look surprised.

The most common side effects are headache, respiratory infection, flu syndrome, temporary eyelid droop, and nausea. Botox should not be used if there is an infection at the injection site.