The best injectable of 2011 was BOTOX, the reigning champion of wrinkle and line busters.
Stop frowning and start smiling: wrinkles may be inevitable but there are many ways to treat them, leaving you with smoother and more youthful skin.
The newest contender in the botulinum toxin type A arena, Xeomin joins BOTOX and Dysport as the battle against wrinkles and lines continues.
Chronic migraine sufferers now have a new option for treatment with Botox.
Simple injections of BOTOX into the skin around the eyes and forehead paralyzes underlying muscle and may erase wrinkles... and years.
Don't suffer with a square jaw line. If you want to make a change, talk you physician about the possibilities of Botox.
As the economy makes a comeback, more people are having the cosmetic surgery procedure they've been putting off.
To kick off 2010, here are some of the newest aesthetic innovations - CoolSculpting, Fraxel re:store Dual Laser System, and Dysport.
Recent statistics show that men are increasingly undergoing various cosmetic procedures to enhance their appearance and they are doing it for a variety of reasons.
Studies prove that people discriminate, even if only at a subconscious level, against people who have unfavorable appearances. For this reason, many are choosing plastic surgery and aesthetic procedures as a way of advancing their career prospects.
The newest botulinum toxin on the market, Xeomin, busts wrinkles and lines the same way that BOTOX does.
The newly FDA approved botulinum toxin Xeomin may offer patients a less expensive way to address their wrinkles.
Supplements and aesthetic procedures may keep you looking younger and fresher and feeling better than ever.
Allergen's blockbuster botulinum neurotoxin BOTOX may have a new competitor in the near future: PurTox by Mentor.
Physicians are now using BOTOX, a neurotoxin that is FDA approved to treat wrinkles, to treat conditions such as hyperhidrosis, migraines and even crossed eyes.
The best of the best: 2010 ended with the usual suspects at the top of the list with a few surprise popular procedures in our second annual American Health and Beauty Readers' Choice Awards. New categories added this year!
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Blythe Danner says that a little Botox is alright with her.
Xeomin, a new FDA-approved botulinum toxin is now available to treat cervical dystonia and blepharospasm.
The American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery announces data that shows Dysport is superior to Botox.