I was reading a woman's magazine (Allure), an old issue (2003 I think) and there was an article on an European doctor who used botox in what was then very non-conventional ways. In the article, by the end, the author of the article says that the doc pinched a patient's tip of the nose, injected then the botox and said "here's an instant nose job" (do not have the article here, but it's almost literal).
What I don't get is this... did the author of the article express herself poorly? As far as I knew, botox was injected sometimes under the tip of tnose, to help raise the tip of it. But I never heard it could be injected IN the nose tip itself and that by doing so and pinching the nose or something it could reshape somehow the nose. Was it a mistake of the author of the article? or can botox be used in the nose itself? If so, what effect does it have? Raising the tip, too? Narrowing the tip??
A big set of typos? a bad author's observation of what the doc did?... or just a botox use I was not aware of?