The stars who have said no to botox

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In Hollywood, the botulinum toxin is a controversial topic but ever-present. Some of the stars use it always and have never denied the evidence as the model Linda Evangelista, others are totally contrary as Kate Winslet , which, in 2011, he founded the “British Anti-Cosmetic Surgery League”, to say no to retouching and a face devoid of expression. The message was quickly shared by fellow countrymen, Emma Thompson and Rachel Weisz.

Lately, however, news to the repentant. That is, the celebrities who, after years of punturine have realized he had completely transformed their connotations and have stopped using them. Or even, as Melanie Griffith, who seek to turn back the clock by relying on the hand of more cosmetic surgeons to return to the natural.

Especially among the over 50, in fact, is always more fashion and shared an ideal of beauty that seeks to correct where needed, but without overdoing it. A self-care balanced and always under control in order to age better, but without changing in form themselves.

That’s why the last frontier in the beauty world are the creams called botox-like that, thanks to the special active principles, are able to mimic the effect of botox, but with a method compleatmente different. That is, they limit the contraction of the muscle with a peptide capable of inhibiting the activity of the presynaptic neuron.

The cream 24H, the serum, Perfect Serum and the eye contour Perfect Eye line Liftensive of Collagenil use this technology. The products are formulated with the peptides Acetyl Hexapeptide-8 and Pentapeptide-18 which attenuate the expression wrinkles by blocking the release of acetylcholine, a key mediator for muscle contraction at the level of the neuromuscular junction, and reshape the contours. The lifting effect is immediate, but it is natural. And there is no better anti-aging to a face that does not seem to artifact.

The line Liftensive of Collagenil

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