BOTOX, BOTOX, and more BOTOX
Botox is always the perfect topic for discussion. When in it comes to writing blogs, Botox almost always is a topic that needs coverage. Every get annoyed? Angry? We all do, and how many times do we make a face and go (OMG THOSE LINES!!!) When women express themselves, and make a face it is clear we have those annoying lines left over, after all we are creatures who almost always have a look on our face. When it comes to treating lines, wrinkles, and more we turn to botox. Actually, the forehead is a common place to receive Botox injections. However, everyone always has something to say about Botox. When it comes to Botox, there are a lot of myths, rumors, misconceptions, and of course bad talk. Botox is one of those things that once you try it, you are a forever devoted fan. Don’t believe us? Just try it.
What is Botox? What does Botox do?
Botox is the shortened name for Botulinum Toxin. Botox has been approved by the FDA in 2002, for being SAFE AND EFFECTIVE! Botox is in fact safe to use, but we recommend going to a trained and skilled provider for botox injections! After getting botox, you will notice a change in 5-7 days of the muscle freezing. The smoothness of the botox typically lasts 3-5 months depending on the person ! Everyone is different so time frames can be different, since individually our bodies are unique. Some advice to make botox last longer, would be to wear sunscreen, having over all wellness, and taking care of your skin ( all super important to make your skin look perfect)!
Is Botox Preventative?
Botox is a great preventative treatment for wrinkles, and fine lines. After several studies, and reading about Botox, medical specialists have come to the conclusion that starting botox “earlier” is not harmful! “The earlier you start Botox, the better since it is best used as a preventative measure to avoid getting fine lines and wrinkles. It works by relaxing the muscle; once relaxed, it relaxes the overlying skin, so you don’t get wrinkles. We have a lot of patients in their mid-twenties who start Botox, which is a good age if you have an expressive face and lines.” — Debra Jaliman, a New York City-based dermatologist.
More info on Botox
For more information about botox, book a free consultation on our website, give us a call, or simply slide into our messages on instagram! We have plenty of before and after photos as well.
The Revive Staff