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Botox for Crows Feet Cause Droopy Lower Eyelid?
I've been thinking of having Botox for my crow's feet, but my doctor told me not to do it. He would not give me the injections. He said it was not approved by the FDA for use on crow's feet because it's such a sensitive area of the face. What's more troubling is that it weakens the muscles over time and in the long run, it could result in a droopy lower eye lid! Any comments on this?
Botox for Crows Feet
Botox for crow's feet should not cause lower eyelid droop
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