In fact, it's proven to work so well that some of her clients have even succeeded in spacing out their botox sessions, and some have even stopped going altogether. Emily DiDonato during a microcurrent session. Photo: instagram.
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Édition Paris Chevron. Facebook Twitter Pinterest. Microcurrent trend alternative to botox. Despite being made from a bacterium that is dangerous to eat, botox when used as a cosmetic is surprisingly safe.
Essentially, once the botx is injected into the skin it freezes the skin and prevents it from stretching or wrinkling. Botox was first developed to treat muscle spasms because it freezes the muscles.
In addition to being used for cosmetic enhancement, recent studies indicate that it may be useful in helping people treat chronic migraines.
While the exact way that botox treats migraines is not yet known, it is believed that botox blocks the nerves that cause pain in the brain and relaxes the facial muscles. To date, there are very few side effects and virtually no reason why someone should not try botox to treat their migraines.
In addition to migraines, botox is a proven method of treating excessive sweating. In much the same way as treating a migraine, botox injections freeze the sweat glands and prevent them from releasing too much perspiration.
Could botox be on its way out?
While botox has been proven successful in treating migraines, it is not yet known if it is a scientific treatment for excessive sweating. Many people use botox injections for cosmetic purposes; however, it is important to remember that it is a drug. Fast forward 14 years, and a lot has changed I have a couple thin lines on either side because I could never figure out a way to put on eyeliner or mascara without moving my eyebrows, but I'm overall happy with how my strategy panned out.
I've managed to avoid the dreaded "eleven" lines the ones that form between your brows from squintingand even though I've tried "baby tox," it's not a regular part of my beauty routine. The best part? Dermatologists actually agree with my strategy. Each muscle movement creates a groove in the skin… It's like the skin has memory, and the creases get deeper and deeper.
And it gets even better: Dr. Marmur says if you can stop certain habits like frowning or squinting, you can prevent or at least slow down the formation of forehead lines. And she agrees that eye makeup-application wrinkles are real! Now, if you don't think you can put my technique into practice without a little help, Dr. And there you have it: the best validation for the anti-wrinkle trick I implemented 14 years ago — bet my boss wishes she thought of it herself.
As I'm learning about the technology, I have an epiphany: If I can just stop moving my forehead on my own, I'll never get wrinkles and never need to get botulinum toxin injections in the first place.