When it's used in low but effective doses, Botox doesn't damage your face. It's a neurotoxin that blocks communication between nerves and muscles, causing them to relax. This reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles by preventing the muscle from contracting, which smooths out your skin.

Over-treatment is the main culprit for a ruined face, says Dr. Jerome Potozkin, a board-certified dermatologist in New York City. Over treatment can cause your face to look "frozen" and unnatural, and make you have no expression when you smile or frown.

It is important to get injections from a skilled injector. Getting an injection from a salon stylist, for example, is not safe and could lead to serious complications.

The botulinum toxin in Botox is diluted with saline and injected into the muscles. This way, the toxin is targeted at specific cells that cause facial wrinkles.

Botox is also used to treat a condition called cervical dystonia in adults 16 years and older, as well as muscle stiffness in adults and children who are at least 2 years old. This muscle stiffness is caused by abnormal increases in the tone of muscles, which can result in neck twisting, a tense head, and problems with movement or speech.

Side effects from Botox are not common, but some people may experience headaches, bruising and other small side effects after a Botox treatment. If you experience any side effects, stop taking the medicine and see your doctor right away.

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