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Would you consider Botox® injections?

Some two million Botox® treatments have now been carried out in Europe, making Botox® injections a popular alternative to cosmetic surgery for people who want to smooth their skin.

Nowadays, it’s commercially used as a non-surgical cosmetic procedure, which paralyses the facial muscles in order to smooth out frown lines, crows’ feet and wrinkling around the mouth.

What are your views on skin ageing?  Are you happy to let nature take it’s course, or would you be prepared to have a helping hand? Have you or anyone you know tried Botox®

Would you consider Botox® injections?

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Marley444
23rd Jun 2015
0
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Never in a million years!
abbypad
20th Jun 2015
0
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Not bothered by a few wrinkles & hope I last long enough to collect many more !
sharrie
19th Jun 2015
0
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It would be a win win for me as it has now and is being used in patients who take severe migraines with very promising results so most definately ,plus i'm wrinkle free.x
Wilf
10th Jun 2015
0
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At my age not a chance. Cannot understand why anyone would want to do this apart from a few film stars
SHOEFLY
5th Jun 2015
2
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got more to worry about than wrinkles!
Samwise
4th Jun 2015
3
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To start with I'm way too pretty already. Secondly I am not vain enough to need my looks played around with, and finally I have never seen anyone who has had botox whose face doesn't look like death - of course they must think they look good, but they clearly haven't looked in a mirror very much
goldenbee
4th Jun 2015
3
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Don't tamper with nature be thankful if your are in good health. I would love to look 10 years younger but is it worth the risk? I don't agree with bust implants and other cosmetic stuff or tattoos as people expect the NHS to stump up when it all goes wrong.
tartanbell
3rd Jun 2015
3
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I would not interfere with my facial muscles. I have had Bells Palsy three times and would be too scared to weaken my muscles any further. I'll stick with my non symmetrical look. But if you want to do it best of luck.
woofdog
3rd Jun 2015
2
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I think as long as your not addicted to inject every single wrinkle making people look plastic a little can be quite enhancing. The problem is the cost and it does not last long.
MrFred
1st Jun 2015
2
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When science has finally progressed enough to give me a motionless visage through a friendly injection of common cold, you'll see the blank expression of sheer delight plastered on my mug.
leedscol
1st Jun 2015
2
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I've heard it helps with migraines which I suffer from
wiffler
29th May 2015
2
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All these "procedures" are gross. Same as tattoos and body piercing. Unless you are badly injured or deformed be happy as you are.
sevy
29th May 2015
3
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no way, you are who you are, so you should not try to be anything else.
rosie49
29th May 2015
4
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I don't want foreign stuff in my body let alone my head.ill just grow old gracefully and take care of my skin.
Baxi
28th May 2015
3
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Noooooo! I have friends that do it and it makes them look like dolls with no expression. I agree with Jo Kingham - age gracefully and look to some of our wonderful older ladies as an example. Maggie Smith and Dame Judy Dench to name but two!
Jo Kingham
27th May 2015
5
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Age gracefully and naturally - once you start these type of things it's ongoing forever isn't it?
Munsterlander
27th May 2015
3
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Yes I would give it a try. I have a very wrinkled face and its getting worse year on year but why not see if I can look like a hollywood star!

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