If you are ready to reduce the fine lines and deeper wrinkles on your face, then it is possible with a fast noninvasive treatment that is available from medical spas or cosmetic surgeons. Wrinkles on the face can begin at a young age due to your genetics or from bad habits such as smoking cigarettes. You don’t have to cope with an aging appearance because you can have simple injections of BOTOX in only a few minutes.
How Does BOTOX Work?
BOTOX reduces the deep wrinkles and fine lines in your face by paralyzing the facial muscles near the injection site. This is why it is important for an expert to inject the BOTOX correctly so that you will have the best outcome from the procedure.
How Is the BOTOX Injected?
First, our aesthetician or physician will collect your medical information to determine if you are a candidate for BOTOX injections. During this examination, your facial structure is analyzed to understand where the BOTOX is required. Your skin is cleansed with alcohol pads to remove pathogens before the needle of the syringe is inserted. The BOTOX enters your underlying skin layers in only a few seconds.
Where Is BOTOX Injected?
BOTOX is typically injected between the eyes or around the eyes to reduce wrinkles such as crow’s-feet. Many individuals also want to have injections around the lips to eliminate the fine lines caused by puckering while smoking. Additional areas where you can have injections include between the corners of the lips and the edge of the nose where marionette folds occur.
What Are the Benefits from BOTOX?
The benefits are that it doesn’t require anesthesia, incisions, or a long recovery time. You won’t need to have stitches in your skin, and you also won’t need to wear bandages on your face. You can schedule an appointment to undergo BOTOX treatment the same day.
How Long Do the Benefits From BOTOX Last?
The benefits from BOTOX can last for several months to a year, but you can undergo new BOTOX treatments later. You will need a new evaluation from an expert before undergoing the treatment. If you have areas of your face that you want to have treated with BOTOX, then inform the cosmetic surgeon or aesthetician.