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11/23/2010 09:01 PM ID: 86471 Permalink   

Study: Botox Positively Affects Self-Esteem

 

A study by US researchers suggests that Botox positively affects overall quality of life and self-esteem.

Participants of the study received Botox treatment between the eyebrows, forehead and crow´s feet. Then, they were asked to fill in a questionnaire on their condition.

"We have long known the physically enhancing benefits of Botox treatments, but to now have data that indicates Botox also improves one psyche, self-esteem and quality of life is very significant," Dr. Steven H. Dayan says.

 
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State the obvious...Though I´m sure Botox doesn´t cause it, the society we live in causes it. Unless you´re naturally attractive, people will look down on you.
 
  by: SunDown   11/24/2010 01:59 AM     
 
 
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