Abu Dhabi, Dubai -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/28/2015 -- Arab Health Magazine is the trusted and leading clinical magazine circulating the Middle East region. The magazine is published exclusively by Informa Life Sciences, the very same company organizing the Arab Health Exhibition and Congress. This health magazine is published for six times every year with comprehensive readership made up of specialists, medical professionals and clinicians. All articles included in this magazine are written by medical experts for medical professionals in Middle East.
One article featured in the magazine is an article written by Dr. Saad Sami AlSogair, a well-known and respected dermatologist and consultant in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia. His article discusses Botox-boosting supplements. This interesting article aims to explain how Zinc, Phytase and Vitamin B can make Botox last longer.
"Aging is an inevitable process. The face is prone to experience free radical damage, pigmentations, wrinkles and fine lines. Recently, there is a growing emphasis on beauty and youth that kindles people's interest on defying facial ageing. What is more popular these days are methods that present minimal risk, have no downtime, are less invasive, and highly effective in mitigating the effects of aging. Botolinum toxin injections are an example of such treatment that can effectively reduce the signs of ageing when used properly. Botulinum toxin injections can effectively erase signs of ageing especially around the eyes, in the forehead and around the lips.
Botulinum toxin has been used medically for more than 30 years but its other health effects are still undiscovered at the present time."
In the field of Aesthetic Medicine, Botox injections have been shown to reduce hyper functional lines in the face. However, it may only last for about 12 weeks to six months. It also has a lesser effect on the elderly, especially on those greater than 65 years of age. This is why studies are currently being done to test products that can make botulinum toxin effects last longer. In his article, Dr. Sogair reveals recent studies on supplements that can enhance the efficacy of botulinum injection treatments.
About Dr. Saad Al Sogair
Dr. Saad Al Sogair is a certified dermatologist. He is an active and involved member of various international anti-aging and aesthetic organizations like the Saudi Society of Dermatology and Dermatologic Surgery, American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine and more.
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