I’m a cosmetic doctor and this is why you shouldn’t get Botox at a young age | The Sun

I’m a cosmetic doctor and this is why you shouldn’t get Botox at a young age | The Sun

June 19, 2022

A COSMETIC DOCTOR has revealed the scary reason why baby-Botox isn't always the best thing to do to prevent wrinkles.

Dr Rosh, from the UK, revealed how Botox can go wrong if you start getting it done too early in a TikTok video.

Sitting with a client, he demonstrated how it can cause a dent in the forehead.

He explained: "So she's had Botox but she has had it too often."

She then lifts her forehead and he explains she has lost the integrity of her forehead, which has caused a slight indent in the middle of her forehead.

Although the client hasn't had Botox in over five months, the muscle has stopped working causing the indent.

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While he said it wasn't a concern for the patient yet, over time this indent can get worse and actually make you look older.

Fabulous also reported how one woman's botched Botox caused her eye to go droopy.

Tatiana Rezende, from the US, shared the mortifying results on her social media, with the video racking up almost 370,000 views.

The avid photographer told followers how the doctor had injected the treatment in the wrong spot, an error that not only left Tatiana with a droopy left eye but also an enlarged right eye, making for a very uneven look.

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''I called my primarily doctor because I was very scared, it had never happened to me before.''

After a consultation with the expert, she was prescribed medication, which she claimed she had been taking for almost a week.

The avid photographer told followers how the doctor had injected the treatment in the wrong spot, an error that not only left Tatiana with a droopy left eye but also an enlarged right eye, making for a very uneven look.

''I called my primarily doctor because I was very scared, it had never happened to me before.''

After a consultation with the expert, she was prescribed medication, which she claimed she had been taking for almost a week.

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