• As with any type of medical procedure there are some Botox risks that consumers should be aware of. The most common Botox risks are short term and can include headache, respiratory infection, flu syndrome, forehead and eyelid drooping, and nausea. Less common Botox risks include symptoms that are generally associated with the injection. These Botox risks can include pain, redness, swelling, bruising, bleeding, numbness, and muscle weakness. These symptoms generally subside within a week because Botox only stays in the body temporarily. There are a number of things that can increase Botox risks. If a patient receives too much Botox in the mouth area, they may experience drooling. Botox risks can be elevated for people who have neuromuscular disorders or allergic reactions to egg products. Patients who are interested in Botox should discuss all current medications, supplements, and herbal treatments with their doctor because some of these chemicals can increase Botox risks. Experts say not everyone may be a suitable candidate for a chemical facial peel. Before surgery, your physician must evaluate the solutions’ effect on ethnic background, age, skin type and color. But because there can be serious consequences and unforeseen complications, the American Society for the Aesthetic Plastic Surgery says Phenol chemical peels should only be performed by a qualified physician. *The website sited below belongs to me and is my writing.

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