Tuesday, 3 August 2010

Women shun natural skin care for Botox

Women shun natural skin care for Botox
Posted by Annie Coyne

Despite the bad press that surrounds Botox and the numbers of celebrities overdoing it, new research has revealed that women are shunning natural skin care routines in favour of the drug.

Studies conducted by Mintel have found that there has been a 15 per cent increase in the numbers of women asking for the procedure for the first time in the last year.

The news of women choosing chemicals over natural skin care was taken well by Sean Poulter, writing for the Daily Mail, who explained that more than one million treatments are being carried out each year for the first time, despite the issues surrounding the treatment.

'There are well known concerns that Botox injections into the face produce a number of undesired effects, not least creating a mask-like expression devoid of normal movement and expression,' he added.

Women looking to achieve similar effects of Botox without the chemicals should look to bee's venom, which has been tipped as the natural skin care product to keep skin firm and youthful by Total Beauty.ADNFCR-2885-ID-19917857-ADNFCR

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