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Everyone wants to look fresh and healthy every time. Most probably, you too want this. But, are you tired of looking tired? Do you always look like as if you have not slept for days? Do you always look dull? If yes, this article is only for you. In order to resolve your problem and enhance your overall appearance, you can take help of the Botox treatment. But, first of all, let us discuss what botox actually is.
About Botox
Botox is a drug that is obtained from a bacteria (known as Clostridium botulinum). This organism can be found practically everywhere in the nature, be it the forests, sediments of rivers and lakes, cultivated soil, et cetera. However, it is found in its inactive state. Botox is one of the most poisonous substance known to man. Even a single gram of botox can kill about a million of people. Yet, it is in great demand. Botox has been the most successful and valuable therapeutic protein. It plays an important role in the world of cosmetics. Remember, “The amount of dose can turn a life-giving medicine into a life-taking poison.”
Mechanism of Botox
The mechanism of Botox is quite complicated. We will try to show it to you in the simplest way possible in this article. Firstly, Botox is injected in very, very small concentrations into the human body. Botox, once injected into the body, starts working immediately. Botox prevents signals from your nerves cells reach your muscles, thus leaving your muscles without any instructions to further contract. However, your nerve cells still try to contract your muscles by releasing a neurotransmitter, acetylcholine, at every point where your nerve endings meet your muscles. On receiving acetylcholine, your muscles begin to contract and shorten. Botox prevents this too. It prevents the release the release of acetylcholine because of which your muscles do not contract. Because of this, your muscles are allowed to get less stiff, thus reducing the wrinkles on your skin. Remember that Botox can take up to 5 days to show its effects. The injection of Botox into pregnant women, lactating women, or those people who have had an allergy to this drug is NOT at all recommended.
Uses of Botox
Botox has been found useful in a variety of treatments. As mentioned earlier, Botox can be used to lessen fine lines and wrinkles on your skin. Beyond these aesthetic uses, Botox has been found useful in treating other medical conditions also, including (but not limited to) migraine, overactive bladder and excessive sweating. Currently, Botox is used to treat more than 25 medical conditions.
Where to get Botox treatment?
If you are interested in Botox treatment and want to get the top-class services, you can go to Dermatique Medical Center for Advanced Skincare, Inc.™. You can have the Botox treatment done by Dermatique’s Botox Agoura Hills team, Botox Westlake Village team, Botox San Fernando team, or Botox Northridge team, and take the full advantage of their over two decades’ experience, latest machinery and a qualified team of doctors.

  Monday, September 14, 2015 at 12:34:56 AM

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