6 out of 10 cosmetic medicine procedures are botulinum toxin injections. With a steady growth of 10% per year, the technique is seducing more and more women, and earlier and earlier.
Twice as many women under 35 years of age are injected as those over 55 years of age. Completely relaxed about the subject, these very informed patients turn a deaf ear when its detractors raise the spectre of a "frozen look" or hypothetical long-term side effects.
The question to be asked is: At what age should botulinum toxin begin?
In principle, when you feel the need for it. But in reality, to delay the appearance of wrinkles, some patients do not hesitate to use injections as a preventive measure.