Non-surgical cosmetic procedures like Botox are big business, with men and women alike using it in a bid to improve their appearances.

But one study suggests it could also have a positive effect on your psychological wellbeing.

Dr Michael Lewis, a psychologist at Cardiff University, was involved in research that concluded people who’d had Botox were happier than those who’d had other treatments.

People who’d had Botox and were no longer able to frown were much happier than those people who’d had other kinds of treatments.

– Dr Michael Lewis, psychologist

Botox is a prescription-only medicine, which can only be prescribed by an appropriately trained healthcare professional, such as a doctor, dentist, pharmacist prescriber, or nurse prescriber.