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On March 15th, 2018

Botox Explained

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Botox Explained

As a person gets older, the physical signs of aging are inevitable. Botox can bring them to a halt, though. Here’s what it is and what a person can expect from it.

What is Botox?

Botox is a cosmetic treatment that treats both lines and wrinkles. Many people seek it out for the wrinkles between their eyebrows and the horizontal lines on their foreheads. Men and women also tend to get the wrinkles next to their eyes treated. Cosmetic plastic surgeons often get asked by patients to have the lines on both sides of their noses done. Botox is also effective on dimpled chins.


How it Works

Botox disrupts the nervous system’s usual functions. By working to paralyze the muscles, the treatment manages to transform problem areas. The botulinum toxin is administered through a thin needle that’s injected into the skin. As for the horizontal lines found on the forehead, the needle needs to be injected directly into the center of the forehead. For unsightly lip lines, the injection will be made just outside of the mouth. Botox addresses the spots that patients are concerned about the most.


The Benefits of the Treatment

There are various benefits Botox can provide. Notably, turning back the clock! Overall appearance will become more attractive, too. As a result, you’ll start to feel more confident, and this will have a positive effect in almost every aspect of your life. Work performance, love life - all of it. How you feel about yourself permeates into every corner of who you are…and nothing shapes who you are like your face.


The Myths of Botox

Some people believe that the results acquired from Botox don’t last for very long. However, this couldn’t be further from the truth. Once a person has received the injection, he won’t have to go back for another six months. That’s a considerably large portion of the year.

Another common myth is that Botox is invasive. Since it’s not a surgical procedure, this doesn’t make sense. The fact that no anesthesia is required for it further serves to undermine this belief.


The face truly is the window to the soul. Give Botox a try and you won’t be disappointed.

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