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“I even tried Botox but I didn’t like how my face looks afterwards. Now, I don’t use Botox anymore and I can move my forehead again!” Nicole Kidman Botox! Botox! Botox! It is very famous among celebrities no matter which country they come from. Even in our own country, Malaysia, the actress or even actor start to use Botox to look prettier, younger, raising their popularity and to maintain their reputation. For those that use Botox, they are only blinded by the temporary beauty that promised by
Botulinum. It has been used since 1920, but was marketed commercially in 1997. It has a wide variety of clinical uses for people who have problems with spastic muscle disorders, or an imbalance in eye muscles, to name a few. It can also be used in hyperhidrosis or excessive sweating of the palms or axillary areas. It was as a result of using BOTOX for other problems on the face that its efficacy in getting rid of wrinkles was noted... ... middle of paper ... ... -- one every four weeks. All of patients
Home Remedies for Groin Sweating Groin sweating is sweating around the inner thigh as the skin here is folded and covered with clothing. This area has sweat glands like the eccrine and apocrine. For some people they tend to sweat profusely in this area which makes them feel uneasy and embarrass. In worst scenario the problem may cause odor, itching, peeling, rashes and peeling of the skin due to imbalance in the skin due to warm and moist groin. Causes for Groin Sweating The specific cause for
Botulinum Toxin: A.K.A Botox Our world revolves around beauty, even if that beauty is poison. Accordking to Plasticsurgery.org, “14.6 million procedures of cosmetic plastic surgery occurred in 2012,” which shows how many people care about beauty and changing the way they were born, and society accepts it. Botox isn’t worth it. Botox was known as a “sausage poison” or “fatty poison” because it grew from sausage products that had been handled improperly. Justinus Kerner, a physician, was the first
The day I’d been diagnosed with hyperhidrosis was the day I came face to face with my demons though it was also a relief of sorts as there was finally an explanation for these experiences. But boy, how my demons haunted me. They chased me everywhere I went and no matter how hard I avoided them, from time to time they’d catch me. Laugh with glee as I started to shake . Huge waves of anxiety grasping at my heart as sweat, abnormal amounts of them seep their way out of my skin coating at me like a blanket
you're likely going to be doubly pleased by the results. 5. Sweating Should Decrease While sweating isn't something most people enjoy talking about, it happens to everybody. Especially if you're more prone to sweating, have been diagnosed with hyperhidrosis or you simply like to cram a workout into your lunch hour, sweating can be brutal on makeup. To worsen the situation, water or sweat-proof cosmetics often contain a nasty chemical called Prime Yellow Carnauba Wax, which can be irritating, even
people in love tend to have higher pheromone levels hence are more prone to be bitten by mosquitoes. In the same way, some perfumes can easily attract mosquitoes while others can highly repel mosquitoes depending to the nature of the scent. The hyperhidrosis condition makes individuals sweat more hence such individuals are more prone to be sought by mosquitoes and be bitten. Alcohol tends to attract mosquitoes hence drunkards will be more likely sought and detected by mosquitoes than sober people.
"Botulinum Toxin Physiology in Focal Hand and Cranial Dystonia." National Center for Biotechnology Information. U.S. National Library of Medicine, 20 Nov. 2012. Web. 13 Apr. 2014. . 10. Lakraj, Amanda-Amrita D., Narges Moghimi, and Bahman Jabbari. "Hyperhidrosis: Anatomy, Pathophysiology and Treatment with Emphasis on the Role of Botulinum Toxins." National Center for Biotechnology Information. U.S. National Library of Medicine, 23 Apr. 2013. Web. 13 Apr. 2014.
An unlikely substance for humans to willingly inject into themselves, botulinum toxin is the endotoxin produced by the gram-negative, acidophilic anaerobe Clostridium botulinum. This neurotoxin, which causes muscular paralysis and can result in death due to respiratory failure, is extremely potent; just 50 grams would be enough to kill every person on the planet (Lindsay, 2013). The earliest recorded case of botulism poisoning occurred in 1735 in Europe. Assumed to be associated with a batch of sausage