Botulinum toxin type A, often referred by the name of the product, Botox is a nonsurgical process to decrease the exterior of fine lines and wrinkles on face.
Botulinum toxin type is caused by a neurotoxin resultant from the bacterium Clostridium botulinum. When injected into selected muscles, chemical messages from the muscles of the bumpiness are infertile, warning the group of muscles. When muscle group is limited, the ability of outlines and wrinkles appear reduced. You can also avoid the shape of new wrinkles. Botulinum toxin is a instruction drug and can only be arranged by a physician.
Before it became popular in the cosmetic industry, Botox injections are used as a treatment for neurological disorders and a variety of other medical problems, such as relaxing the sweat glands to reduce sweating. Other users are still evolving.
Tags approved are available in the Australian market for cosmetic use Botox and Dysport.
Botulinum toxin injections are the most famous in the world of cosmetic nonsurgical procedures. In 2009, this method accounts for about one third of all non-surgical cosmetic procedures. About 22000 botulinum toxin injections were made by Australians; this is most famous in the country. In the United States, the world's largest market for cosmetic augmentation, botulinum toxin injections are the mainly famous for nonsurgical procedures in 2000.