Would You Ever Consider Getting Break Up Botox?

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Undergoing cosmetic procedures or “having work done” used to be regarded as taboo once upon a time. Women did so in secret and rarely — if ever — admitted to having any kind of wrinkle treatment done (aside from creams) in order to change or improve their appearance. Oh, how times have changed.

Now, Botox treatments have become so commonplace that no one even bats an eye, and not because their faces are frozen. In fact, it’s not uncommon for friends to host Botox parties in their homes, and celebrities openly admit to its use. It seems that everyone — even men who have coined the term “Brotox” — is turning to the injectable deep wrinkle treatment as means of as a means of achieving a more youthful, radiant appearance.

“Botox injections are the ideal cosmetic procedure: dramatic benefits, few side effects and adjustable to achieve desired results,” Dr. Janis P. Campbell, Dermatologist at Laser Rejuvenation Clinic and Spa of Calgary said.

However, the popularity of Botox treatments is not without concern with people questioning just how much is too much Botox.

Is it possible that Botox treatments will soon replace trusted post break up stand-bys such as a pint of ice cream, a good shoulder to cry on, Netflix, sappy love songs, and a bottle of wine? It seems that way.

Meet Amanda Pucci, a 25-year-old nurse at NYU Medical Center. Pucci decided to turn to Botox after leaving a man who cheated on her with a younger woman. You read that right, a younger woman.

“I went straight to the dermatologist,” Pucci recalls. “[My ex] lowered my self-esteem so bad, and I wanted to look as hot as possible to boost myself back up. I know it doesn’t cure everything, but Botox got me back on my feet. I loved how I looked after.”

It’s long been said that beauty is only skin deep, however, it seems that the link between Botox and one’s self esteem proves otherwise. See more.

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