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What Is Focused Cold Therapy?

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Focused Cold Therapy, also known as cryoneuromodulation is one of the most recent non-invasive treatments for improving the appearance of facial wrinkles and fine lines depending on highly pressurized nitrous oxide. This treatment is designed for people who do not want to get Botox and do not like the concept of injecting a toxin, Botulinum toxin, into their skins to remove wrinkles.

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What Are Glabellar Rhytids (Frown Lines)?

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Glabellar Rhytids, also known as frown lines, the 11s, worry lines, or forehead furrows, are mainly caused by aging. As we age, our faces start losing their structure and elasticity. Our skin starts sagging, stretching, and thinning. Due to the loss of elasticity and repeated movement of the facial muscles, glabellar rhytids start to form.

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What Are Crow’s Feet Wrinkles?

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Crow’s feet wrinkles refer to the lines coming out from the corners of the eyes. The eye area is more delicate than the rest of the face and more susceptible to the appearance of the ageing signs. Crow’s feet wrinkles develop due to the muscle contractions we make all the time during facial expressions such as laughing, smiling, and squinting.

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What Is Excessive Scleral Show?

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Excessive scleral show, also known as the scleral show, is an anatomical condition that can be hard to treat. The condition is characterized by a visibly exaggerated scleral area. The condition should be differentiated from ectropion, which is the outward turn of the eyelid.

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