Wouldn’t it be great if you could get all the anti-wrinkle Father Time Fighting benefits of Botox without the pinch of the needle?
No question about it, but you may have to a wait a while…
The FDA is currently evaluating a cream/gel version of Botox that can be applied topically instead of being injected directly into the muscles of the forehead and brow. While this is a very promising advance in the realm of non-invasive anti-aging therapies, there are still some concerns over taking Botox topical.
According to a recent study by members of the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS), people who have been receiving Botox injections for forehead wrinkles for more than 2 years can decrease their injection frequency to every 6 months without losing any benefit.
Previously, experts believed that Botox needed to be injected every 3 months to maintain the best result, so the new recommendations not only make it more convenient to get Botox injections, but also makes it less expensive!
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