Chicks on Prick: Where Are Botox Injections Administered?

Are you ready to be pricked in exchange of a younger-looking face? Various medicines and treatments nowadays are administered to different routes which could be done topically, orally or via injection. If you are interested in receiving a Botox, then you should be now curious on how it is done.   Where Are the Botox Injected? Botox injection sites vary depending on the lines you want to disappear. But what is certain here is that you will be injected on your face. So, you better get ready.   Crow’s Feet Lines –           These are the lines located above and below the outer corner of the eye. To diminish this, you will be injected with 12 units per side with 4 units in each 3 sites. o          1st Site: at least 1.5 to 2.0 cm from the outer corner of the eye. This would also serve as the reference point for the 2 other sites. o          2nd Site: 1.0 to 1.5 cm above the first site with a 30 degrees angle going medially o          3d Site: 1.0 to 1.5 cm below the first site with a 30 degrees angle going medially   –           Meanwhile, for the lines located only below the outer corner of the eye, expect to be injected below: o          At least 1.5 to 2.0 cm from the outer corner of the eye. Like the from above, this would also serve as the reference point for the 2 other sites. With 1.0 to 1.5 cm apart, the 2nd and 3rd sites will be injected medially on a line below the 1st site. Glabellar Lines –           These are the...

Top 5 Warning Signs Of A Slimming Product You Should Watch Out For

It used to be only pharmacies and dieticians that you could turn to if you need to get a slimming product, or if you’d like to lose weight. These days, almost everyone is trying to sell health and beauty products, particularly slimming product, from beauty agents to students. While it’s good that you’re spoilt for choice, not all slimming products are safe for consumption. Surprisingly many slimming products are being sold here in Malaysia even though it’s illegal and not MoH-approved. A lot of these products carry questionable ingredients that may be harmful to you. Aside from that, how would you know if a slimming product is safe and effective? Watch out for these five major things; if you spotted them, avoid the slimming product at all cost: The product sounds unrealistic or exaggerated If your product sounds too good to be true or promises result in easy and quick ways, you probably shouldn’t be getting it. Slimming your body is a lot of hard work, and it’ll take time before you see results. If the product says, for example, “lose 5kg in one week”, the product makers are probably bluffing. Additionally, if the product says it offers similar effects to slimming products prescribed by dieticians or nutritionists, that’s a red flag.   The product uses too much fluff words like “scientific breakthrough” or “guaranteed” Hey, the copywriter is just doing his job. But if the product uses too much fluff words and not enough information that are legitimate, that’s a good enough sign that something is up, and not in a good way. A good slimming product should...

How to Keep Hyperactive Children Occupied for a Long Time

  Keeping your hyperactive child occupied for a long time is indeed a very difficult task especially if you are busy. Burning your hyperactive child’s extra energy is actually an opportunity to discover your child’s inner passion. The only way to do so is to immerse them in different kids’ activities until they find it.   Here are some activities that will surely redirect your children’s excess energy into something fun, creative, and productive: Martial Arts. Most parents have success enrolling their kids in martial arts classes such as judo, karate, and even Wushu. Martial arts let your children focus not just their physical energy but their mental energy as well. Hiking. Let your child go out in nature through hiking. This way, he will be able to learn how to appreciate and respect nature even at a very young age. Also, your child will be moving using large muscle groups, keeping him extremely focused on what he’s doing. Playing an instrument. Learning how to play an instrument is an activity that requires multitasking. It lets your child focus on three different things at the same time – reading notes, playing the instrument, and listening to the sound of the instrument. Also, by becoming a part of an orchestra or a band, they will learn how to work as part of a group. Swimming. Remember Michael Phelps? He used to be a hyperactive child that was diagnosed with ADHD at the age of nine. Swimming definitely helped him focus his large amount of energy. This, later on, helped him become one of the most decorated Olympians of all time....

Seeking Peace and Serenity in Tropical Taiping

  Malaysia is a tropical country, with a dry season and a rainy season. The country averages 2,000mm to 2,500mm of rain a year. If you are visiting Taiping, expect about double the rainfall as they experience around 4,000mm of rain a year. That does not mean that the area is a downer, with rain all the time. In fact, it is the perfect place to find peace and serenity when you want a break from the urban sprawl and hectic work lifestyle. Taiping is located about 300 kilometers north-northwest of Kuala Lumpur. Although it is not as famous as the Genting Highlands and Cameron Highlands, it does have impressive views, and forest reserves. This is the main attraction of Taiping: greenery, lakes, and unspoiled nature. Places to Visit For the traveler opting to go off the beaten track, here are some sights which Taiping has to offer: — Maxwell Hill. Also called Bukit Larut, the British established Maxwell Hill in the 1870’s. Private vehicles are not allowed entry to the hill resort. You would have to hire a Land Rover or take the 13km trek. The trek may take up to 5 hours, however, there are a lot of other people who take the time to walk up the 1,250 meter hill. — Lake Gardens. This was the first public garden in Malaysia (called Malaya before Independence in 1963). Covering almost 26 hectares, it has 10 man-made lakes. The Angsana trees along Residency Road are a treat on their own. — Taiping Zoo. The Taiping Zoo was established in 1961 and is the first zoo in Malaysia. It...

Studying In Malaysia: Why This Country Is Southeast Asia’s Hidden Gem

  For those who agree that Asia may become one of the most developed and successful continents in the world, you might be right. With many of the countries adapting a new way of life and embracing new trends in technological advancements, the continent has so much to offer not only its locals but also, individuals from other countries.   Malaysia has been one of the most overlooked countries in Asia. However, over the past few years, the country has gained international attention in terms of the quality of life it offers without breaking the bank.   In fact, a lot of students from various countries move to study and eventually, land a good job in Malaysia. There are many Malaysian international schools that cater to the individual needs of their students, especially the ones who came from other countries. Malaysia is a great place for expat children to study in because of several factors. Quality Education   Many international and public schools predominantly use English as a mode of instruction, making it easier for foreign students to study and communicate. They can communicate not only in classrooms, but also around the whole country.   Malaysia conforms to the standards imposed by international bodies in terms of the curriculum and mode of instruction in its international schools. These schools provide not only the highest quality of education, but also, a second home for foreign students. Cultural Diversity   Malaysia, though an Asian country, offers a wide array of offerings for most people from all over the world. This is because its culture is diversified and unique. The vast culture...