I just came across your website and I can’t stay off of it! As far as my experience with Botox, I started getting it around 35. My first time was from a referred board certified plastic surgeon, and something went wrong and it made one eyelid droop! Horrified, I went back and he fixed it for no charge….but I did have to wait for a few months to see regular symmetry..I got the nerve to do it again, this time from another board certified, actual Doctor 90210 in Beverly Hills cosmetic dermatologist, and a personal friend. With that said I think he wanted to give me a little “extra” bang for my buck and used too much, or basically didn’t customize it to obtain the best look for what I needed….after all I was not showing that many wrinkles, and I couldn’t move my forehead for five months. After doing some research, and figuring out what fit into my budget, I had a certified nurse practitioner at a medical spa give me Botox, and ultimately fillers. She is amazing, and highly skilled, without an . Now, I am certainly not advocating going to strip mall, and getting the cheapest deal on life booker, to get good results….but, remember plastic surgeons, and cosmetic derms are usually spending most of the time in the operating rooms, or doing more invasive procedures. Perhaps they have the training, and the skills, but they don’t create a thriving practice on doing Botox injections, that is just bread and butter…so I found that a practitioner, that ONLY does Botox injections, say 50 plus times a day, gets better at it! I have found the best, and most natural results with a skilled nurse practitioner, that specialized in injections and fillers, or an internal medical doctor, who opened a medical spa, and with additional training ONLY does injections and fillers. Now, if this same doctor wanted to “cut” on me I would run out of the door, but it REALLY is about the practitioner you choose….on the same token I have a friend that likes her forehead not to move, and has the inverted V shaped brow going on. I don’t think that is a good look necessary, but hey to each their own I suppose. Thanks for starting this blog! It is now one of my guilty pleasures, and I am sharing it with my other beauty obsessed friends!