Doctor Medica-Botox 50U-Is It Right for You?

Monday, August 24, 2015

There are certain products that became synonym for all other similar types of products. One of the best examples is Botox. At first, this was a drug which was used to eliminate facial wrinkles. Given its effectiveness and the fact that it was first of its kind, it quickly took off. After a while, entire procedure got the name after this medicine. So, when you nowadays ask for a Botox treatment, most of the doctors will be confused, not knowing whether you are asking for a drug or intervention.

Botox 50U was created as a new solution for wrinkles and folds. Before it appeared for the first time, cosmetic surgeries were the best solution for facial imperfection. Like any other type of surgery, this was a very risky intervention that can potentially harm patient and create long term issues. Pharmaceutical and cosmetic industry tried to find better solution as most of the companies offered creams and lotions which were meant to reduce effect of aging. Up to this day, use of cosmetic creams and their effect on wrinkles is still not backed up by any significant medical research.

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Unlike anything else that was present on the market, Botox used a completely new substance in order to tackle this issue. Wrinkles are created due to work of muscles. Each time when we frown, wonder or make any other type of facial expressions, these crevasses appear on our face. As the time goes by, they become more and more noticeable. Botox works as an inhibitor. Medicine is based on Clostridium botulinum toxin type A. This is one of the most vicious substances naturally produced and in larger quantities, it can even cause botulism. As the experts from Doctor Medica explain, drug needed to pass through various test phases until it was confirmed that it is harmless in smaller quantities. Of course, given its volatile nature, it was important for medical experts to check all the possible aspects and determine that Botox 50U can be safely used.

After a while, some additional benefits were discovered. Given that this drug numbs the muscles, doctors have realized that it can be used for other medical problems such as strabismus, blepharospasm achalasia, cerebral palsy, Parkinson’s disease and some other issues caused by uncontrollable muscle movements and spasms. Something that started as an esthetic undertaking, found much wider medical purpose.

Botox treatment is a quick fix. People may perform it while going back from their work or while returning from friend’s home. It usually takes 15 to 20 minutes and it is quite painless. Results are visible after a few days and they can last for a couple of months. In some cases, Botox 50U can remain up to six months within the skin.

It is important for patient to be realistic when using this drug. Even with all its benefits, it still can cause certain side effects. Given that needles are used for administering the drug, certain skin irritations may appear. Some patients have also experienced headache, problems speaking and swallowing, fatigue and several other unwanted reactions.


Jenn said...

I know a few people that swear by Botox. I am getting small wrinkles around my forehead that I would love to get rid of this might be in my future but I am always afraid of the risks.

bxcrochet said...

I have been wanting to get Botox on my forehead! Years of not taking care of my skin really did a number on it.

Michelle F.

Crystal said...

I'm starting to notice things not as firm as they used to be. I guess it comes with aging. It's good to know there's a way to tame those lines.

Housewife Eclectic said...

It was fascinating to learn more about this! Thanks for sharing!

Laura O in AK said...

That's a very interesting post explaining what Botox is. I haven't tried it and probably won't for a while as my wrinkles are pretty minimal for now.

Liz Mays said...

I tried it for a blog-related project several months ago. It did work, but I'm lazy and having to keep up with it and keep paying for it just isn't in the cards.

mail4rosey said...

The little wrinkles I'm getting are definitely reminders that I'm no longer a Spring Chicken. Right around the eyes, that is especially true.

Nicole Escat said...

Now I know what the Botox means, this is interesting post and thanks I've learned.

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