We all know that Botox is used cosmetically for diminishing lines and wrinkles. When used for that purpose, Botox is injected into the muscle to inhibit certain nerves from firing, resulting in a more relaxed, smoother appearance to treatment area.
Well, hold on to your seats, because Botox can also be injected shallowly into the skin (intradermally) to produce numerous and miraculous effects. Botox, when placed intradermally:
Significantly diminishes oil production
Reverses the inflammatory process that causes acne and rosacea
Helps smooth the texture of the skin
Diminishes the appearance of acne scars
Reduces large pores