Botulinum toxin can leave expressionless face
Recently I came from a congress in Paris where a dermatologist showed people who overdose botulinum toxin. He called them "strippers" because they present a totally changed face. The white skin, without color, with the appearance of skin without energy and the totally strange traits. These characteristics make the person run out of expression, making it hard to see if she is happy or sad. The face represented a new era of petrified beauty.
And by the way, I watched the movie "Catwoman", where Sharon Stone owns a line of cosmetics. The film approaches the petrified beauty in a very interesting way and the chemical conditioning that the body ends up suffering and the malaise that this type of beauty causes in the people. The heroine of the film discovers the great secret of this multinational that was to sell, sell and sell without worrying about the health in the future, leaving the skin totally damaged if the customer stopped using the cream. I had so much fun with the movie that I'm not the cat woman to warn all people of the dangers of abuse of beauty products.
Although I always hear and follow discussions like this, I still find complete nonsense to advise someone to apply a toxin for aesthetic purposes. Previously, botulinum toxin was used medicinally, in problems with the nervous system or in delicate ophthalmic treatments. In intramuscular applications, the toxin comes into action by blocking the release of acetylcholine at the neuromuscular junction. This causes muscle inactivity, temporarily relaxing the "causative" muscle of the expression wrinkle. Detail: Injection of botulinum toxin atrophy muscle fibers for four weeks when other neuromuscular plaques arise.
The more this solution is applied, the shorter the duration of the toxin's effect. Resistance occurs due to continuous dosing with high dosages.
During this four-week period, a histopathological change lasting up to 36 months may occur. What does that mean? It is a change in the structure normal microscopy of the tissues and organs of the region. Since the areas where toxins most apply are those that also concentrate thousands of glands, it becomes evident that something is not right. For example, in each square of the face, there are about 900 sebaceous glands. In the face are still located, according to the teachings of Eastern medicine, above 320 points related to the body, in addition to centers responsible for energy metabolism and renewal of cells. The more contradictory is to realize that many women who apply toxins are the same ones who claim to love yoga, spirituality and energy harmony.
And there's more: the more this solution applies, the shorter the duration of the toxin's effect. The resistance happens due to continuous applications with high dosages. So there are people who renew the doses every 40 days, not four to five months, as is advised. The professionals of the "petrified beauty", in turn, guarantee the end of the wrinkles around the eyes, the intercílios, the chin, the lips and the forehead.
The result can be seen in the streets: women with artificial faces, without expressiveness, in the way of clones of themselves. Do they know that the toxin does not act on natural aging wrinkles and actinic (sun-borne?) Wrinkles. Have they been told that botulinum toxin worsens the pictures of excess skin and flaccidity? And what about the "botocudo" effect that gives lips when the botulinum toxin is associated with another invasive treatment? My reflection on false beauty is compromising the natural health of internal muscles and internal oxygenation. Over time the skin will become dependent on another chemical that repairs the defects caused by this compromising toxin. The industry aims to create a vicious circle for the person to become chemically dependent. This generates multi-million dollar capital.
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