Teenage Botox Is on the Rise, but the Reason Isn't What You Think
1 month ago - By NewBeauty
If you thought worrying about acne and getting your mom to
agree to let you wear mascara to the Friday-night dance was a beauty dilemma
during your teenage years, you may be in for some shocking skin care news.
According to several studies, “teenage Botox” (including the
use of neuromodulators like Dysport and Xeomin) is on the rise-so much so that
Brent Saunders, CEO of Allergan , makers of Botox Cosmetic, and father of two teenage
daughters, addressed it this summer. You May Also Like: When Doctors Have to Turn Away Women Who Think They Need Botox “While
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