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Botox Medical Research

What is Botox

Botox® is a registered trademark of Allergan, Inc. It a muscle relaxant that belongs to a class of drugs called botulinum toxins. Botox has been gaining popularity recently, but it does have its downfalls. Side effects include:

Paralysis in one of more facial muscles may produce spatial disorientation
Double vision
Ptosis or vertical deviation
Side effects were seen in an average of 16%(+) of those with Botox injections. Also, further injections were required to maintain or achieve satisfactory results.

What are the alternatives

Since the inception of Botox, it has become extremely popular which has sparked interest to develop other solutions. We have researched a few different companies below that offer such alternatives, each of them with a unique product and solution.

Research & Recommendations One of the most potent ingredients we have found is Acetyl Hexapeptide-3. It is used as an alternative to injections such as Botox. Acetyl Hexapeptide-3 can help reduce wrinkles by inhibiting the release of catecholamines, which are known to induce the formations of wrinkles and fine lines.

Recommended #1: Avotox

Avotox received our number one recommendation because of the comprehensive formulation. This formulation also includes one essential ingredient, Acetyl Hexapeptide-3, which is clinically proven to be effective.

To learn more about Avotox, visit their website at:


Recommended #2: Nexiderm-SP

Nexiderm-SP is also a very well formulated product. While it does not include Acetyl Hexapeptide-3, it does include Matrixyl. This ingredient has had some clinical proof that it may be effective.

To learn more about Nexiderm-SP, visit their website at:


Recommended #3: Reflect

Reflect is our third recommendation. Some users have seen success and this product may be helpful for wrinkles.

To learn more about Reflect, visit their website at: