Vladimir Putin’s ‘Botox Injections’ May Have Numbed Emotions: ‘Dedicated Plastic Surgeon’ | World | News

The West has ordered a series of sanctions against Russia’s major banks, technology and aerospace industries and debt markets after Putin ordered his army to invade neighboring Ukraine. Yesterday, Russian tanks and troops attacked Kiev, while airstrikes hit the densely populated neighborhood of Pozniake in the Ukrainian capital. In response to Putin’s invasion, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson hit Russia with what he claims is “the biggest set of sanctions ever imposed by the British government”.

Addressing the House of Parliament, Mr Johnson said: “Putin will be doomed in the eyes of the world and of history.

“He will never be able to wash the blood of Ukraine off his hands.”

Putin and the West have had a strained relationship since the Russian leader became president in 1999.

As the president has grown in influence during his 23 years in office — including a four-year term as prime minister between 2008 and 2012 — his foreign policy has become more aggressive, while his appearance has also changed.

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According to Dr Lambe of the Reflect Clinic in Manchester, the Russian leader’s face shows telltale signs of cosmetic work, including Botox.

Speaking to Sun Online in 2019, Dr Lambe said: ‘I can see a subtle upper eye lift and most likely a chin lift, making him look much more alert and fresh.

“Overall I would say the charges should be withheld, Mr. Putin, because there are too many and that is why it seems much more obvious now.

“I find that a lot of men who find out how professionally administered fillers and Botox can turn back time can go a little crazy and have too much too soon.

“A lot of it would be due to the cheek fillers.

“I would say he clearly has a dedicated cosmetic surgeon on his team, as these fillers were certainly quite subtle to begin with.

“In pictures from about seven years ago, he certainly looks a lot more gaunt and craggy, but work has been done to create a youthful, fuller outline with fillers.”

The journal ‘Emotions’ also claims that Botox injections can do more than smooth out wrinkles and limit facial expressions.

The injections can also numb the ability to feel emotions.

Botox injections smooth wrinkles by paralyzing the underlying muscles that cause wrinkles.

A 2010 study in ‘Emotions’ found that participants who received Botox injections reported having less emotional response to certain emotional video clips and, therefore, did not feel their emotions as deeply as their counterparts who received treatment. with a wrinkle filler called Restylane. , which does not paralyze the muscles.

Research has supported the facial feedback hypothesis, which suggests that facial expressions can affect our emotional experience.

Joshua Ian Davis, PhD, a term assistant professor in the department of psychology at Barnard College in New York, was quoted in WebMD as saying, “For at least some emotions, if you take away part of the facial expression, you take away a part of the emotional experience.

“Whether that’s a plus or a minus depends on your goals.”

Leaders around the world have condemned Putin’s conflict in Ukraine, with the United States reacting yesterday by imposing new sanctions against Russia.

In a televised public statement, President Joe Biden said, “Putin is the aggressor. Putin chose this war and now he and this country will suffer the consequences.

“Today I authorize strong additional sanctions and new limitations on what can be exported to Russia.”