18 September 2013

Woman having face injectedA specialist doctor and leading online commentator on current non-surgical trends has written about a recent successful test in America of injections used for line and wrinkle treatments to alleviate the effects of so-called 'crow's feet'. Dr Murray Feingold noted that the tests had reinforced the view that the treatment is only effective provided the dose administered in the injections is very carefully controlled, and prescribed by a fully-qualified doctor or fully-trained nurse. Nevertheless, he pointed out the versatility of line and wrinkle injections, as they are widely used for the treatment of conditions as varied as wrinkles between the eyebrows, chronic migraine, and severe under-arm sweating."When it involves improving your appearance, there is usually no panacea or quick fix," Dr Feingold concluded.