Anti-wrinkle injections have a variety of uses, both for therapeutic use and cosmetic use.

Therapeutically it has been used for treatment for Chronic Migraines, Excessive Sweating, muscle spasms (successfully treating muscle spasticity in patients with cerebral palsy), and cross-eyed children

The main use of Anti Wrinkle Injections in cosmetic purposes is for a reduction in wrinkles, specifically in the upper third of your face. (ie, frown lines, laugh lines and smile lines)

Anti Wrinkle Injections is also very effective for Depressed corners of the mouth, treating neck bands, gummy smile and softening jawlines muscles to name a few.

From its original intention, the list of Anti Wrinkle Injections uses has grown considerably over the years, with its therapeutic uses continuing to grow and proving to be more popular than ever.

More recently, the FDA have approved Anti Wrinkle Injections to treat incontinence in patients with neurological conditions like spinal cord injury and MS where overactivity of the bladder is common. By injecting Anti Wrinkle Injections directly into the bladder, Patients are given more muscle control and as a result, less incontinence.

Current research is being put into Anti Wrinkle Injections for weight loss  Effectively, Anti Wrinkle Injections is injected into the stomach walls, slowing down the process of stomach contraction, thus taking longer for food to digest and patients feeling fuller for longer.

In a world-first, early research is being carried out in Australia for applications of Anti Wrinkle Injections on Asthma sufferers. Anti Wrinkle Injections is being injected into the voice box muscle of trial patients in an attempt to get rid of the bad habits that have caused the voice box to become dysfunctional, and start again. Early results are proving to be very promising.