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Nip 'n' tuck scare tactic: Patients 'should see photos of scarring to warn them of side effects' | UPDATED: 09:41 GMT, 31 December 2012 Patients thinking of having cosmetic surgery should be shown photos of bruising and scarring to warn them of the side-effects, a report says.
Is this the new Botox booster New pill 'keeps wrinkles at bay for 30 per cent longer'Pills contain zinc and an enzyme called phytase which helps the vitamin to be absorbedPack of ten costs 45; zinc supplements cost 8 for 100Manufacturer Eden says cheaper zinc tablets won't have same effectExpert says tablets may work because zinc helps to speed up healing | UPDATED: 21:52 GMT, 8 September 2012 A new pill is promising to make the wrinkle-smoothing effects of Botox injections last for 30 per cent longer.
Now you can get Botox on the NHS to stop migraines | UPDATED: 22:45 GMT, 9 July 2012 Patients with chronic migraine can now have Botox jabs on the NHS.
Botox injections have cured my embarrassing bladder problem | UPDATED: 20:59 GMT, 28 April 2012 Emma Henderson said the treatment means she can lead a normal life It has been used to treat everything from wrinkles to depression, and excessive sweating to strokes.
Migraine victims could get Botox on the NHS as anti-wrinkle jabs could 'halve effects of pain' Thousands of migraine sufferers could benefit if an official review gives the go-ahead for Botox jabs on the NHS.
Cut out the cowboys: Now even plastic surgeons call for total ban on cosmetic op adverts
Something to smile about: Woman banishes migraines… by having frown muscle removed Patient claims she is now free of head pain after having surgery to remove a facial muscle A woman has undergone radical cosmetic surgery – to end three decades of migraine misery