Hiya, editor Georgia here answering on Alice’s behalf. 28 is probably around the youngest age I’d advise having toxin, as long as you can afford it – bear in mind that if you like the results it will be an ongoing investment around every 3 months or so. It’s also worth using a decent eye cream if you don’t already, either before you decide to have Botox or alongside, as a good one really can make a difference to crow’s feet, assuming that’s what you’re looking to treat. Here are some we recommend. Finally, as you’re young, stick to a small amount so you don’t inhibit too much expression around your eyes.
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