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1 Oct 2021
People under 18 years of age will no longer be able to receive Botox and dermal lip-fillers for cosmetic reasons under a new law in England. The Botulinum Toxin and Cosmetic Fillers (Children) Act, which came into force in England on Friday, means it will be illegal to administer the products to or book an…
27 Jan 2018
Women around the world spend millions on expensive salon treatments from Botox to fillers, peels to eyelash growing treatments and the demand for products that can tighten skin and restore youthful beauty will never fade. However, many anti-ageing salon treatments are costly and uncomfortable or even painful procedures, causing some individuals to experience unpleasant side…

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