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As the popularity of the vegan lifestyle and of minimally invasive cosmetic treatments grows, it can only lead to one thing: more patient inquiries regarding vegan-friendly cosmetic injections. While you may be an expert at restoring youth and beauty, these lifestyle questions can be difficult to address. Read on to find out whether top brand names like Juvederm, Restylane, Botox, and more fit the bill. What makes a product vegan? Two main factors determine if a product is vegan: its ingredients and its testing. Ingredients For a product to be considered vegan, it must contain no animal products and no ingredients derived from animals. A vegan individual does not consume meat, eggs, dairy or other products obtained from animals and also does not wear leather, fur or wool. Product testing For a product to be considered vegan, it must not be tested on animals. While, legally, a product can be labelled as vegan if it does not contain animal ingredients, most vegans pr [Read more]
doctor storing dysport xeomin and other botulinums
.div-additional-img-blog{text-align: center;} .responsive-img-blog{width: 100%;max-width: 700px;height: auto; padding-bottom:20px;} Storing Xeomin and Bocouture If you use an alternative brand of botulinum toxin, such as Xeomin or its cosmetic version Bocouture, there is good news for you too. These products do not require refrigeration normally but may last longer than the manufacturer suggests. Merz suggests you can use your Xeomin up to 36 months after the date it was manufactured, but research suggests even after 48 months in the refrigerator or at room temperature, up to 25° C, the neurotoxin is just as effective. Not only that, when they tested Xeomin left for 18 months at 30° C and six months at 40° C, the neurotoxin was still stable. Even at 60° C for a month and 80° C for five days, Xeomin still showed at least partial activity. Bring on that heat wave! Once you reconstitute your Xeomin or Bocouture, Merz says you can place it in the refrigerator u [Read more]
Difference Between Botox and Dysport
Both Dysport and Botox contain Botulinum Toxin In 2009, a new competitor for Botox was approved for the US market, under the brand Dysport (abobotulinumtoxinA). Like Botox, Dysport is a botulinum toxin treatment indicated for wrinkle correction as well as certain movement disorders like spasticity and cervical dystonia. However, these two botulinum neurotoxin preparations were manufactured and purified via distinct, proprietary manufacturing processes. As such, Dysport and Botox have different properties in terms of duration of results, diffusion, adverse event profile, and potency. Botox (onabotulinumtoxin a) is primarily known as a cosmetic injectable that treats wrinkles like glabellar lines; however, it has many more therapeutic uses. As a neurotoxin, it causes chemical denervation in cholinergic neurons, thus impacting signal transmission between these nerves to other cells. It is for this reason that Botox has many therapeutic applications. For instance, Botox is indicated in t [Read more]
Buy Botox 50U Online From Medica Depot at low cost
What is Botox and Botox Cosmetic? Botox has become a household name due to its extensive safety record, history of efficacy, and widespread use. Despite popular belief, “Botox” is not a generic name for botulinum toxin; rather, Botox is the name of the specific industry-leading product produced by Allergan. Botox Cosmetic is the preparation that is used for cosmetic purposes, whereas the product that is simply called Botox is used for treating neuromuscular disorders. Botox Cosmetic is available in 50-unit and 100-unit sterile vials of Clostridium botulinum toxin type A; this toxin comes in a vacuum-dried form without a preservative. One Allergan Unit corresponds to the calculated median lethal dose (LD50) in mice. As a neurotoxin, Botox Cosmetic is an excellent product for the treatment of facial lines and wrinkles, as it relaxes the subcutaneous muscles. Treatments take just a few minutes and it is a great way to incentivize new clients. Where to buy [Read more]
image of doctor storing botox properly
Botox and other botulinum toxins have storage conditions specified on their packaging. This ensures that the product is safe and potent when it is used. However, things do not always go as planned. Maybe you mixed up a solution only to have a no-show patient, over-purchased in order to receive a volume discount, or your courier left a box on your doorstep in a heat wave. In these situations, you may find yourself throwing away hundreds of dollars worth of botulinum toxin. What a huge waste! The good news is, research suggests that the manufacturer's storage recommendations may be far too conservative. A few studies have looked into the effectiveness of different brands of botulinum toxins and found that they are viable long past the times recommended. Knowing this can save you money, reduce waste and help you take advantage of sales and volume discounts when purchasing your medical supplies. Storing Botox Botox is the most popular cosmetic injectable in the U.S. and around the world [Read more]
: Everything you need to know about Botox for Penis
There is no shortage of demand for solutions to cosmetic and medical issues related to the penis. Concerns about size and sexual function are common and, for that reason, much research has been devoted to finding a “Holy Grail” therapy that provides long-term solutions in an effective and minimally invasive manner. Now, emerging results from sexual health studies have pointed to botulinum toxins, such as Botox, as having the potential to revolutionize how male sexual dysfunctional disorders are treated. Anatomy of the Human Penis The penile shaft of the human penis comprises three columns of tissue: two corpora cavernosa, one on either side of the corpus spongiosum. The urethra runs through the center of the corpus spongiosum and is the main passage for urine and semen. At the tip of the penis, the tissue of the corpus spongiosum expands into a structure called the glans penis. The corpora cavernosa is considered erectile tissue, as it plays a major role in achieving e [Read more]
Botox for Hyperhidrosis
Hyperhidrosis is defined as abnormally increased sweating, more than that needed for thermoregulation. Individuals with a special type of hyperhidrosis, known as focal hyperhidrosis, can excessively sweat from their underarms (axillary hyperhidrosis) or from their palms and soles of the feet (palmoplantar hyperhidrosis). In clinical practice, a patient presenting with excessive sweating lasting for longer than 6 months is diagnosed with hyperhidrosis if they also fulfill at least two out of the following criteria: cessation of focal sweating while asleep, bilateral symmetric sweating, frequency greater than once a week, onset before age 25, positive family history, and daily activity impairment. Patients with this condition are often emotionally and psychologically impacted to the degree that their daily life is disrupted. As a consequence, they usually live with increased anxiety, difficulty in social and work settings, and decreased socialization. For these patients, treatment option [Read more]
Botox and Pregnancy
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There are various aspects of interest when discussing the use of Botox on pregnant women. For example, would ongoing Botox treatments on the mother have a negative effect on the fetus? Could it cause a miscarriage or malformation to her baby?. Other interesting questions would happen after giving birth to the child and can often refer to breastfeeding. In this article, we'll review what studies have found in situations where pregnant women have continuously received Botox injections and other studies involving animal tests. Women of childbearing age often use Botox Because Botox is a cosmetic treatment, the majority of patients who receive Botox injections are women of childbearing age. Additionally, many patients receive Botox injections regularly to alleviate symptoms associated with medical conditions. Given the high frequency of Botox use among fertile women, it is therefore important that safety of Botox use during pregnancy be established, as many patients in the early stages [Read more]
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