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To Overcome Sweating, Schoolgirls Turning to Botox

by Bidita Debnath on October 15, 2013 at 11:00 PM
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 To Overcome Sweating, Schoolgirls Turning to Botox

Many schoolgirls are ready to spend hundreds of dollars on underarm Botox to evade sweating at formal functions, reveals cosmetic surgeons.

One of the surgeons, Dr. Grace Lin, said that schoolgirls were having Botox to stop perspiration at school formals or debutante balls, News.com.au reported.


Dr. Gazi Hussain, spokesman of Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons, said that some patients wanted Botox in their early 20s so they don't frown or develop wrinkles.

Source: ANI


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