Botox doesn’t just iron out crow’s feet and bunny lines – it can smooth the path of love making, too.
Those ‘come to bed’ eyes may have had a little help with some anti-ageing cosmetic treatment, but what if sexual performance is a problem? Well, the good news is that Botox can treat that, too.
Canadian urologists have discovered that Botox can remedy erectile dysfunction, often the cause of an unhappy sex life.
The botulinum toxin injections increases blood flow to the penis and paralyses the nerves that help the smooth muscles contract in the penis.
The treatment reportedly lasts for six months.
Dr Sidney Radomski and Dr Gerald Brock claim that their discovery could be a ‘game changer’ in impotence problems that also offers a safer route to treatment.
Botox is one of the most popular anti-ageing treatments in the UK, with more than 6.7 million people having treatment.
And recent news is that Botox can also boost our happiness.
Apparently, when the frown line (the 11s between the eyebrows) are treated —with Botox, Xeomin or Dysport, it also blocks the brain’s trigeminal nerve, which is what gives us the ability to frown and sends a message to the brain that we are sad.
And for those of us who have had it done, we are also a lot happier with how we look following the cosmetic procedure.
In a recent survey, patients said they felt treatment took 5.6 years off their lives.
Facial injectables are designed to offer give quick results with very little downtime.
With fewer of us seeking clinical solutions to the ageing effects shown in our facial wrinkles and laughter lines, there has been an upsurge in the number of us seeking injectable, largely because results are predictable and safe.