Tagged: "off-label"

Lift Aging Features With Injectables

Think fillers and injectables serve the purpose of just erasing lines and filling wrinkles? Guess again. While these “liquid miracles” may have originally made their...

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The High-Heel Helper

While high-heels can elevate any outfit, they can also leave your feet in rare form. We love 'em but can't say the same about our throbbing feet. We were interested to learn tha...

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Botox And Fillers For Suffering Feet

As chic as you may look, a day in sky-high heels can be torture on your feet; but injectable fillers usually used in the face can be used in the feet to add cushioning and make ...

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What Does "Off-Label" Mean?

The term "off-label" is often used to describe certain laser or injectable treatments. It indicates the use of a medication or medical device similar to but not the same as the ...

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Botox For A Breast Lift?

Botox has recently been seen moving down from the forehead and to the bust line, being used a temporary solution for droopiness. When used off-label and injected into the pector...

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Belotero: Facts On The Next Big Filler

Belotero is the latest hyaluronic acid-based injectable being considered by the FDA. Available in three forms-Define (for volumizing deep folds and wrinkles), Balance (for corre...

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Injectable Options For Aging Lips

As we get older, the edge of the lips becomes less shapely. Collagen and elastin, which give lips their pouty shape, break down over time, and lines around the lips settle in. O...

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Got A Migraine? Try Botox

You may have heard that Botox is being used off-label to treat migraine headaches, but the proof of its effectiveness is more anecdotal than clinical. That doesn't mean that bot...

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Botox For A Sweaty Scalp

While an oily scalp can be controlled using an over-the-counter shampoo with salicylic acid, a sweaty scalp is another story-the main difference being that you excrete sweat, a ...

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Could Minoxil Help Stop Your Hair Loss?

Two-percent minoxidil is the most commonly prescribed medication for female pattern baldness, and many doctors recommend it to women who are experiencing hair loss or the first ...

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Can Botox Cure Baldness?

Is there anything Botox can't do? Aside from its primary wrinkle-relaxing purpose, doctors have used botulinum toxin to alleviate excessive sweating, TMJ, muscle spasms and more...

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