Botox ‘is quick, effective and safe when practised by qualified doctors’
Botox has been recommended as a highly effective treatment for wrinkles by one advice portal.
Vanguard said it is “the hottest rejuvenation trend of the new millennium” and is also quick, with results usually visible within two weeks.
The website also pointed out that the after-effects of Botox are minimal, with any redness simple to cover up using makeup or concealer.
However, anyone hoping to have the treatment should only go to accredited practitioners, as using inexperienced healthcare providers could result in loss of facial expression.
“Botox must only be used under a doctor’s care, as it could be very dangerous if administered incorrectly,” Vanguard commented.
Patients who opt for Botox will need to keep their face upright for four hours afterwards and should repeat the procedure every six months or so for the best results, the article concluded.
Anthea Turner revealed in an interview with Closer last week that she has Botox to treat wrinkles in between her eyebrows.