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There have been many reports of side effects from various Botox users; however the side effects may vary between cases. Consumers have claimed reports of rashes around the injection area as well as irritated or over sensitive skin. The area of injection may also swell for a period after the injection. Please consult your phyisican to find out more about the side effects of Botox
Although Botox is a powerful poison, when used correctly, it has a number of applications.
In this article, we will explain how it works, what Botox is used for, and talk about any side effects and dangers.
Clostridium botulinum, the bacterium from which Botox is derived, is found in many natural settings, including soil, lakes, and forests.
The bacterium can also be found in the intestinal tracts of mammals and fish and in the gills and organs of crabs and other shellfish. Such naturally occurring instances of Clostridium botulinum bacteria and spores are generally harmless. Problems only arise when the spores transform into vegetative cells and the cell population increases. At a certain point, the bacteria begin producing botulinum toxin, the deadly neurotoxin responsible for botulism