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Findings in a study comparing concentrations of abobotulinum toxin A and onabotulinum toxin A for reduction of forehaead wrinkles.
Monday, August 15, 2016
People who sleep on their side or stomach exert compression, shear and stress force factors on their faces that result in distortion and, ultimately, wrinkles, according to a study published in the Aesthetic Surgery Journal. Fillers and neuromodulators are ineffective or short-lived in sleep-induced wrinkles, says study leader and plastic surgeon Goesel Anson, but radiofrequency and ultrasound devices or microneedling might be options, according to American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery President Daniel Mills.