After 100-plus years spent furrowing their brows at the championship-less Cubs of Chicago, Botox probably seems like a good solution for the wrinkled foreheads across the North Side. Of course, the injections work elsewhere on the face—physicians also use Botox under eyes for crow’s-feet and between the brows for deeper wrinkles. Though it’s a popular anti-aging therapy at med spas and plastic surgeons' offices around the city, there are things to consider, such as the cost of Botox ($300 per visit, on average) and how it works (by paralyzing the muscles that create wrinkles). And even if you’re not looking to combat signs of age, remember, you can also get Botox for sweating and for headaches.

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