Don’t turn up your nose at Botox!
The ideal nose slightly curls upwards and forms a95°angle compared to the upper lip. When the angle is too large we speak of a snub nose or turned up nose. When the angle is too small we speak of a hawk nose. When one smiles with a down pointing nose, the top is further pulled down by a tiny muscle. A drop of Botox relaxes this downward pull and fixes the upward direction of the nose .At the same time the nostrils can be reduced and a bumpy nose bridge can be straightened with fillers.
Of course these treatments are not suitable for everyone, otherwise it would be too good to be true.