Put on your Happy Face

By Dr Angela Richardson - Sunday, 29 March 2015

Dr Angela Richardson

Cosmetic Doctor

There’s no doubt about it, a frown can get you down. A recently published study in one of the medical community’s respected journals, illustrated that test subjects reported a 52% significant mood improvement after they had been treated with anti-wrinkle injections to their frown muscles, between the forehead.

As far back as the 1800’s, an amazing organism was discovered - Clostridium Botulinum. By the early 1900’s, this bacteria was found to make a special protein, one which would change the lives of millions of people around the world. Initially it was found to act like a poison/ toxin however, by the late 1960’s doctors and scientists were studying its potential medical applications. Jump to today and it is used across the globe for a wide range of therapeutic and cosmetic applications generating enormous amounts of both good and bad publicity.

This humble protein with the ability to relax muscles has been used by medical practitioners around the world. From treating muscle spasms causing eye squints, relaxing the spastic paralysis of those suffering from cerebral palsy and strokes, treating vocal cord spasm, anal spasm, bladder disorders, migraines, excessive sweating, pain disorders, and soon maybe asthma (currently being studied in a ‘puffer” form) to the cosmetic applications of relaxing lines and wrinkles… and that is only the tip of the iceberg!

The recently published study concluded that smoothing out your frown muscles, changes the nerve messages and signals to your brain, which in turn results in a boost in mood.So let us help you ‘put on your happy face’ with our minimally invasive, anti-ageing, safe, effective and comparatively affordable products and techniques.

Anti-Wrinkle Before and After

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