Experts: Botox use in young people could stunt their emotional growth

Experts: Botox use in young people could stunt their emotional growth
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Youngsters, step away from the Botox.

A study out in the Journal of Aesthetic Nursing says that more and more people under 25 are seeking Botox injections, which take away a muscle's ability to contract as a way to diminish wrinkles, crow's feet, and frown lines. However, having a frozen face might keep these young people from understanding how to deal with their emotions.

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