Leeds, UK (PRWEB UK) 26 July 2013 -- Good Skin Days, a leading clinic in Guiseley, Leeds have stated that these new discoveries in the benefits of Botox treatment could have a significant effect on the reduction of acne.
Good Skin Days stated: "We believe that administering Botox to the skin of acne sufferers could reduce the amount of spotting and scarring. The relaxed ducts won’t constantly have the need to refill, creating less sebum."
Anil Shah, MD, a facial surgeon from New York used Botox to stall sebum and spoke of how the drug reduces oil and therefore prevents acne. She said that with reduced sebum, bacteria cannot thrive and inflammation is prevented.
Acne sufferers usually have red spots or blotches on their skin, and causes embarrassment.
Emma Thomas suffers with acne and wants to visit Good Skin Days to try Botox injections and bring her inflammation down. She said: "I hate my acne; it makes life really difficult because my face gets sore and it doesn’t look nice. I’m hoping that Botox injections might bring the redness down."
For more information visit http://www.goodskindays.co.uk/Botox.aspx or call 01943 882010.
Chris Gill, Good Skin Days, http://www.goodskindays.co.uk, 01943 882010, [email protected]