Botox Cosmetic Skincare Treatment

Botox cosmetic skincare treatment is non-surgical, minimally invasive, simple procedure that treats moderate to severe lines by injection to relax the facial muscles.

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The demand for botox cosmetic skincare treatment has been gradually increased over the year makes it become the most performed cosmetic procedure not only in the USA but also across the globe. Botox is derived from a purified protein and can be used in adults below 65 years of age, for medical and aesthetic indications. 

It is commonly used to treat forehead lines, mid-brow furrows, crow’s feet, down-turned corners of the lips, neck creases and wrinkles, as well as to lift brows.

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Botox is used to treat forehead lines

Botox is used to treat crow’s feet

Botox is used to treat mid-brow furrows

How Botox cosmetic skincare treatment works

Prolonged period exposure to the sun, smoke, dehydration as well as a number of other factors causes lines and wrinkles to develop. In order to treat these skin conditions, very small doses of Botox are administered via tiny injections. Serum essentially numbs and blocks the transmission of nerve impulses to the injected muscles, thus reducing the activity of muscles that cause those persistent lines to form. As long as Botox injections are maintained at regular basis, the formation of lines is also prevented because the movements that cause them are restricted.

The procedure takes approximately 10 minutes and there is minimal downtime afterward. Discomfort is minimal and brief. Common reactions include redness, slight swelling, or bruising at the injected site, which only last for a few hours.

Visible results continue to develop for up to a month, and can last up to 6 months. You must always ensure you have the procedure carried out by a qualified professional.

Botox Cosmetic Skincare Treatment Aftercare 

Avoid facial massage, sauna and keep a cool, soft compress to alleviate any swelling or bruising for 24 hours.

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