"Whenever I say 'Botox,' I smile. Why do I smile? Your face is your own accessory you use every day—and you want to wear it well," says Dr. Jeanine Downie. An extremely attractive woman with prominent cheekbones and flawless skin, Downie has been a proponent and personal user of botox for several years. To sell Botox to her patients, however, a bit of sugar-coating is involved. "I don't call it a toxin," confesses Downie of the product, whose technical name  is, indeed, Botulinum Toxin Type A. She prefers the word protein, or... More >>>