For the treatment of wrinkles and fine lines, there isn’t anything better than Botox… Is there? Botox can be an aesthetic and medical lifesaver, and has been used to treat wrinkles, headaches, and even Bell’s Palsy. But in the ever changing world of injectable filler, is it possible that something even better and more effective exists? The answer is maybe. First, it’s important to note that there is no one size fits all solution that works for everyone. At Veritas
A few years ago I decided to stop shaving my legs… I’d had it up to “here” with the ingrown hairs and little red bumps that formed on my lower legs, so I filed my old school razor in trash can, and vowed only to wax my legs moving forward. Waxing, I soon learned, is great… for a couple days. Then the hair begins to creep back in and you’re stuck with it until the next waxing session (usually two
Botox vs. Dysport Both Botox and Dysport are types of neurotoxins that were designed to block muscle contractions. While it is true that both injectables can be used to treat medical conditions such as headaches or spasms, they’re more widely used (and approved by the FDA) to smooth and eliminate the appearance of wrinkles. But while both Botox and Dysport share a number of key features, the two do have their differences, and it’s important to be familiar with both.