Meet the Women who are Getting ‘Breakup Botox’


December 27, 2014 | Alyssa Shelasky

NEW YORK POST - "...And it’s not only for superficial reasons. More women (and some men) are turning to the baby-face needle to feel better after suffering heartbreak… "The way Botox plays with mood is being much more recognized, scientifically, and I think it's valid," [Dr. Chapas] explains. "Frowning signals your brain that you're sad or depressed. If you can't make that frown, your body doesn't pick up on those cues, and it thinks that your mood is better." Read More