Botox

Botox is a natural and purified protein extracted from bacterial secretion using state-of-the-art technology. It functions as a blocker of nerve conduction.

Generally, the brain transmits signals of chemical electrode to the muscles through nerves using acetylcholine, causing muscle contraction and movement. The muscles will become tense for over-activeness if excessive acetylcholine is released. Botox can block the nerve endings from releasing acetylcholine, and this approach has been adopted by medical practitioners for relaxing and paralyzing the muscles.

Approved by the U.S. FDA for cosmetic treatments, Botox has been used by the industry for more than 14 years, benefiting more than 2 million patients. Its efficacy and safety have been affirmed.

Anti-wrinkles
Activities of facial muscles can bring about the so-called "dynamic wrinkles". Such muscles causing wrinkles can be relaxed when low doses of Botox are injected in the face by medical practitioners. Likewise, "static wrinkles” can be avoided by applying Botox to control the dynamic wrinkles, though it has no effect on existing static wrinkles.
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Slimming
After injection, Botox helps relax and slim down fleshy or muscular parts of the body such as the face and calves, because it is effective in relaxing muscles.
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Anti-sweating
Botox can keep the nerves from signaling the glands, thus reducing sweat secretion of the underarms, palms and feet.
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* Information available on this web page is for reference only. The approach of treatments may vary since factors affecting health, as well as health conditions of an individual, may differ from one another. Please consult your registered medical practitioners for professional advice before selecting and receiving any treatment.