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Best Clinics for Botox in Malaysia: 2020 Reviews and Price Guide

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If you are looking to find the best aesthetic clinic for your botox procedure in Malaysia, you may wish to check out related reviews and prices from customers who 'have been there, done that'. Most customers will rely on 'word of mouth' referrals and Google Search to decide. However, if you are confused and overwhelmed with the information out there, please read on. We have compiled the relevant information out there in one place, for your convenience.

'Botox' is a brand name for 'Botulinum Toxin'. In Malaysia, Botox is a common prescription medicine that is injected into muscles and used to temporarily improve the look of both moderate to severe crow’s feet lines and frown lines between the eyebrows in adults.

It is getting common for beauty salons and spas to offer injectable treatments such as Botox to customers who frequent their premises. However, please take note that Botox is an injectable treatment. Only trained and qualified medical professio…

Superdrug will start checking Botox customers for body dysmorphic disorder (BDD)

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(Metro.co.uk) - Superdrug will screen Botox customers for mental health problems after doctors raised concerns that some may have body dysmorphic disorder. 



Professor Stephen Powis wrote to Superdrug after the pharmacy chain announced it would be offering Botox and dermal fillers on the high street. Superdrug currently offers Botox for £99 and dermal fillers for between £125 and £349 for people aged 25 and over. The treatments start from £99 at the London flagship store (Picture: PA) The procedures are available at its flagship store on The Strand in London as part of a trial before being potentially rolled out to other stores. Following the intervention by Prof Powis, the medical director at NHS England, Superdrug has agreed to put in place extra safeguards to protect those suffering from anxiety about their body or another mental health condition. Anyone wanting Botox or fillers will be screened for conditions such as body dysmorphic disorder using questionnaires developed by psychol…

Longer-Lasting Botox Injections Mean Less Trips to the Clinic

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One of the drawbacks of Botulinum Toxin (BTx) is the need for repeated injections. However, studies on a new formulation indicate that it may have longer-lasting effects, requiring fewer injections and trips to the doctor’s office.

As we age, our skin loses its elasticity and age-related lines or wrinkles become more visible. The skin also becomes thinner, making soft tissue structures like the facial muscles more visible.To address this, many visit the dermatologist or plastic surgeon for Botulinum Toxin (BTx) injections, one of the most common aesthetic procedures throughout the world. Since the early 2000s, BTx has proven to be an effective means of smoothening out age-related lines in the face and it’s quick, convenient administration in doctor’s offices and clinics has only enhanced its popularity.

BTx is a nerve poison (neurotoxin) that paralyzes muscle by interfering with the nerve cell’s ability to induce muscle contraction. BTx prevents the release of acetylcholine, a neurotran…