Botox Use In Chest Rejuvenation
Botox is a commercial preparation derived from the Toxin type A of the bacterium Clostridium Botulinum. Botox exerts a localised effect on the muscle it is injected into. By blocking the transmission of nerve impulses to the muscle it relaxes them.
Cosmetic experts have been speculating on the use of Botox in chest rejuvenation techniques. Some argue that the chest is too extensive for such an intervention. Not many males require chest enhancement the predominance exists among females, especially for breast and belly cosmetology.
Botox is excellent for removing chest wrinkles and for belly enhancement. Many predisposing factors give rise to the need of such cosmetology including genetically imposed premature aging, the side effects of gastric surgery, post menopausal belly fat and post partum stripes which do not disappear.
A number of medical products are available to treat these conditions and collectively they have revolutionised the cosmetic health and beauty industries. Wrinkle fillers and relaxers are commonly used along with skin rolling, and can be used in the treatment of chest wrinkles created by solar elastosis and actinic damage. Dr Glenn Murray of the Absolute Cosmetic Medicine clinic in Perth, Western Australia, recommends skin rolling for lax skin, rather than wrinkle fillers and relaxers where large amounts of injections are required for the procedures to be effective. Essentially, the advantage of skin rolling in the thoracic region is that it utilises the body’s mechanism to repair itself.
Skin rolling treatment eliminates the expense of plastic surgery. After consultation and consent the client’s chest skin surface is stimulated using ultra superficial needles. This procedure produces therapeutic trauma which results in healing. The trauma healing technique produces new growths with firmer skin integrity laden with the elasticity for a smoother, tighter integument. Remarkable improvements result in breast laxity after lactation, belly sagging due to pregnancy and flabbiness arising from gastric surgery.