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Feature: Is Botox poison or pleasure?

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  1. Excuse me, head pain? Shouldn’t you be running around getting your head scanned instead of getting botoxed?!

    It’s the same with long-lasting mild cough. People disregard it but it can signal lung cancer.

    I just find it odd that the paragraph dropped the bomb about headaches and didn’t elaborate. I demand resolution!

    (Also, I always thought Sanjay was a neurosurgeon and, you know, busy reporting from Japan. It’s nice to hear he has this business on the side. I guess if you can cut into brains then a little botox injection shouldn’t be such a challenge, right? Good for him!)

    1. The comment in regards to the headaches is in reference to Botox being used to relieve and in many cases stop Migraines. I suffer from migraines and have a Botox crown done every 6 to 12 months and it is incredible.
      Many doctors surgery’s offer the treatment on the NHS, if you are or know anyone who suffers from migraines I would highly recommend enquiring at your doctors surgery and thinking about having it done even if it is only once as a trial.

  2. Self induced facial paralysis.

  3. What’s the difference between a gay man and botox?

    One is vain, egotistic and self-obsessed.
    The other one you inject into your fat face.

    Do what any self-respecting person does and grow old disgracefully.

  4. Spanner , just be quiet.

  5. Helen Wilson 26 Mar 2011, 6:38pm

    In the funny cosmetic procedure charts:

    No1: Trout lips.

    No2: expressionless botox junkies.

    I’d rather live being able to smile not looking like a clown or a trout and being able to show my face expressions to people.

  6. One day you HAVE TO stop having such procedures and then you LOOK AWFUL and it’s a shock to YOURSELF! A bit like those guys who start dying their hair black at 40 and suddenly find they look ridiculous at 70 with their dyed black hair. They let the dyed stuff grow out . . . and then . . . HELL! What a shock! I’M OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOLD! Where’s the razor blades!

  7. Botox is scary.

    I did a lot of research and found a natural oil that has been used for centuries in Northern Africa to combat wrinkles and fine lines. This is the sort of product that big pharma wants to keep in the dark. I urge anyone (man or woman) to try this before going to the needle! Hope this helps –

  8. Jock S. Trap 28 Mar 2011, 11:41am

    Don’t see the problem, if some want it done, let ’em. It’s all about how you feel inside.

      1. Jock S. Trap 2 Apr 2011, 4:45pm

        I think theres a massive difference between consenting adults and that case Spanner. You’ll have to do better than that.

  9. There would be no demand for these treatments if society weren’t so ageist. Older people are often beautiful in their own right, but so many are now conditioned not to see it.

    1. Jock S. Trap 2 Apr 2011, 4:43pm

      Excellent point again Riondo.

  10. Botox London 30 Mar 2011, 11:44am

    See nothing wrong with regular botox treatments, i have my crows feet done every three months with Face Clinic London.. there is too much uneccessary media hype about Botox- it is a safe and works well.. better than spending loads of money on useless face creams.

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