Botox temporarily paralyzes muscles to remove wrinkles, blocking the signal from nerves to muscles. The injected area is unable to tighten normally, which allows wrinkles to relax and soften.
It’s a popular procedure all across the globe performed by cosmetic physicians to treat facial creases. Botox treats frown lines, crow’s feet, and excessive sweating of armpits. Botox injections are well-received by patients alongside newer products with the same effects.
The procedure only takes a few minutes, and there’s no need for anesthesia. The substance is injected using a fine needle into your targeted muscle group, you’ll experience minor discomfort.
How long does the effect last?
On average, the effects of botulinum toxin takes about 24-72 hours. In rare situations, it may take up to five days for patients to experience the full effect. The effects last for four to six months.
This chemical is not suitable for pregnant or lactating women, avoid until your doctor permits you to do the procedure. People with an allergic reaction to botulinum toxin is not allowed to have botox injections.
- Reduces wrinkles and creases
- Lessens frown lines
- Eliminates crow’s feet
- Excessive sweating of armpits
- No downtime post-treatment
- Does Botox injection hurt?
It stings slightly, you’ll feel a fast and sharp sensation. However, it only lasts a moment.
- Can you exercise after the procedure?
The solution usually takes twenty minutes to settle, so you need to take stay in an upright position during this time. Exercising is okay, but avoid strenuous workout post-treatment.
- Will it make you look frozen?
No, a proper botox procedure does not affect your nerves and sensation. We’re qualified professionals who can correctly administer botox injection.
- What are the side-effects?
Yes, but they’re only minor and it quickly fades. Normally, patients experience a slight headache, bruising, and mild eyelid droopiness.