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June 18, 2011


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Katie Hallison

It's a very interesting study. It could mean that Botox could change a person's emotional feeling, or maybe not. I think more studies should be done to get more conclusive results. The FDA will surely approve of it if there is nothing wrong with the product.


Completely agree, Katie.

Alexis Owmizer

I see. Botox causes the muscles between the eyebrows to weaken, thus prohibiting a person to effectively form a frown. However, the ability to form a frown is still quite different from the emotional state of that person. A person may still feel depressed on the inside, even if he can't express it on the outside.


Precisely, Alexis.

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