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Inside were three glass vials, each containing a small tablet of supposed Botox.
Unlike the liquid you see in surgeries, the poison is actually shipped in solid form before water is added by the practitioner administering the dose.
The ordering process is effortless - I simply clicked on the Botox symbol on the website (I ordered three vials, enough for three treatments, for 1 or £217) and then went to the online 'check-out'. When attempting to pay by credit card, a warning flashed up that the firm was accepting only Western Union or Moneygram transfers - much harder to trace because the receiver's details are not registered.
In fact, the payment wasn't even to be made out to the company. 'For safety, please do not include any notes on the transaction such as our website name or any product names.
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While these are rare complications in the hands of an expert, they are potentially life threatening in unqualified hands.' Dr Paul Myers, of Cosmederm, an Essex-based clinic, agrees: 'There are a number of hazards associated with obtaining and administering botulinum and dermal fillers by unqualified people. As the package I received was sent through the post in an envelope, it would probably have been inactive and therefore useless, (assuming it was the real thing in the first place).We've all read about 'miracle' solutions such as Botox and facial fillers, but in these recession-hit times, who can afford £200 or more for Botox injections?Now, though, a dangerous new breed of company has sprung up on the internet, targeting vain and gullible women who believe that they can regain their youth with a few clicks of the mouse.Perhaps you've looked in the mirror recently and thought your face was looking a bit tired.Or even that your wrinkles were getting a little too deep-set.