Women around the world have showed an increased desire to improve the look of their lips by making them fuller. Fuller lips have always looked attractive and sensual on any woman and therefore it is not hard to see the reasons behind the desire but the increase in the number of women who have undergone the procedure is because of the vast amount of products put out on the market today.
A protein complex called clostridium botulinum, which contains the bacteria found in food poisoning, is also known as botox. Used in small dozes through injections will effectively work to relax the muscles and thus, remove temporarily wrinkles. Botox is widely used for removing face and neck wrinkles.
Botox has been on the market for approximately 15 years and due to its huge success and quick results, it has taken on the whole world. Today you can have a botox therapy session over lunch and be ready, fresh and with younger skin in just about couple of hours.
Many hoped that botox for lips will work the same miracles it did for wrinkles; while it cannot be used directly to create fuller lips, botox for lips works on the muscles around the lips adjusting its corners and thus, creating the much desired pout.
However, botox for lips is not widely used, as there are many other products, which work directly with the lips through creams, fillers and even surgery in some cases. Therefore, botox for lips is not a very popular practice but one that some will use as an alternative.
The advantage of botox for lips is that it works quickly and without many side effects, whereas other products will produce side effects such as: redness, rash, swelling before subsiding to the required size and shape.
Before you use any product for cosmetic purposes get information from the internet. Today you can find any information you need on the web on any product and item that exists, and medical products are no exception.
On all medical products you will find also the side effects involved as well as the amount of time the effect of the product will last. Consult your doctor before you undertake any treatment to ensure desired results and minimal side effects. Also check how your medical insurance can cover botox procedures or at least compensate you partially.
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