The use of Botox is approved by legal medical institutions in our country and in North America. Botox is a toxin in which its infectious and toxic power has been reduced, so it can’t cause an infection or a general damage to the patient. Botox produces a local and temporary paralysis only where it has been applied with an injection. The duration of this temporary paralysis is about 6 months. The areas mostly treated are between the eyebrows, the forehead, and the area known as crow’s feet. The outcome is fabulous, however, results are temporary, and it’s important to realize that to maintain these results, a new infiltration should be considered.