Seems as if one of the reasons that MD’s may not be making the switch to Dysport has more to do with economics than anything else. Allergen, makers of Botox and Juvederm, bundle the products- thus bringing the cost down. Switching to Dysport will increase the cost of Juvederm. If Dysport is a 15-20% less than Botox and the cost of Juvederm goes up for those of us who use it… then.. it becomes a wash. I will have to cost it out next time I get injected. 🙂
good tips. bad skin sucks! i have been skin too aclutaly. dr oz aclutaly spoke about some herbal remedies one could take to help bad skin regain elasticity. after some research, i came across a review site explaining the best herbal remedies available for bad skin, which include acerola cherry. does anyone have any info on this?