Cold feet? Botox could help

Raynaud's syndrome might have a hot new treatment

People with clinically cold feet usually reach for socks, not Botox.

Cold feet

But this may be about to change, with a recent case report showing that the wrinkle-reducing neurotoxin is not only effective at stopping people from being able to express any human emotion, but also at treating Raynaud's syndrome.

In the article, published in BMJ Case Reports, UK researchers treated three patients with the disorder, a vasospastic condition of the digital vessels usually triggered by exposure to cold or stress.

The patients, all women aged