Every time we frown, squint or smile the skin is creased in the areas of greatest use. The more expressive you are the deeper the lines become. You may have started to notice the growing appearance of crow’s feet, worry lines and frown lines. As we age, the skin naturally loses elasticity and becomes less able to repair the damage as lines become more apparent.
botox injections otherwise known as Botulinum Toxin provides a temporary, but highly effective fix to fine lines and wrinkles. If you feel like your face leaves you looking constantly tired or stressed as a result of wrinkles and lines around your eyes that leaves you looking, and feeling older than your years, then botox may be an ideal option for you!
botox is manufactured and used safely in small doses for the purpose of reducing fine lines and wrinkles on the face and neck. It blocks the chemical mechanism between a muscle and the nerve which controls it for several months. There are several products on the market (botox, Dysport, Xeomin, Bocouture) and all of these are effective and safe anti wrinkle treatments.
Where in the face can botox Injections help?
- Forehead lines
- Frown Lines
- Crows feet
- Upper lip and marionette lines
- Glabellar lines
Aging is a natural occurance that happens to us all, it is just unfortunate that for most of us it shows in our faces first! botox will give you a youthful glow as well as seeing the benefits of plastic surgery without the pain and recovery.
What are the benefits of botox Injections?
- Non surgical
- Lasts up to 4 months
- No pain and No preparation
- Gets rid of fine line / wrinkles
The benefits of botox are far reaching and can also be used to combat muscle aches, reducing migraines, as well as reducing how much we sweat!
So with the festive season approaching you may feel like you are in need of some sprucing up for a special event; Bella Vou can help! Our cosmetic specialists would be able to give you the lift and confidence you deserve leaving you looking and feeling refreshed with this simple and convenient treatment.
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Last Updated: December 2, 2015
Published On: December 2, 2015