Last updated on October 21st, 2018 at 10:23 pm
As you get older, it’s natural to start noticing changes in your skin and face. Over time, our skin loses some elasticity and the tone that gave us that youthful glow. For many women, it’s not always the fine lines that are the biggest concern but the deeper grooves around the eyes, forehead and mouth.
These are the real age indicators and can leave you feeling like you look tired and haggard.
You want to be able to look as young and vibrant as you feel. By using this targeted neurotoxin to subtly reduce the muscle movement in certain facial areas, you can greatly reduce the look of deep ridges and wrinkles.
Botox is a synthetic Botulinum bacteria that helps to prevent the muscle movements in a frown from looking deeper than they may be. Botox is also commonly used as a treatment for excessive perspiration and migraines.
Botox Injection Therapy is the #1 requested cosmetic procedure in history. Millions of women from all walks of life and age groups are having professionally administered botox treatments done every year.
Look your best and get a younger and fresher natural look to your face. With all cosmetic procedures there are risks as well as benefits. The best defense against harmful procedures is to do your research prior to your treatment and make sure that you are seeing the best professional technician.
Let’s take a look at some of the most common myths and facts about Botox Treatments and get down to the facts.
Myth #1 – Botox Makes Your Face Look Frozen
Although Botox is capable of completely paralyzing a muscle group, the “frozen” expression that is being referred to is most often a symptom of Botox overdosing. A qualified professional technician will know the right balance for your face to ensure that you still appear to have natural movement.
Having too much Botox injected is often associated with less than professional practices, so protect yourself by choosing a doctor-headed clinic.
Myth #2 – Botox Can Erase All Of My Wrinkles
There are two different categories of wrinkles. Dynamic wrinkles are caused by deep muscle tension and are most commonly found in the forehead, between your eyebrows and at your smile lines. They are mostly caused by repeated natural expressions like frowning and smiling. Static wrinkles are the finer lines around your face that are caused by the aging of the skin and sun damage.
Botox treatments do not work on static wrinkles as it targets muscle contractions and not surface condition. Dynamic wrinkles can be significantly reduced by using Botox as a muscle restrictor.
Myth #3 – Botox Injections Are Painful
Botox injections have been called the “Lunchtime Facelift” for years. With no downtime and a quick and easy procedure, you can be done and back to your regular schedule in no time at all. Your target area is topically frozen and the injection needles are lightweight and very fine.
There is very little discomfort during or after the treatment. The length of your procedure will depend on the size of the the area that is being treated.
Myth #4 – Botox is Permanent
Although there is no permanent way to turn back the clock, Botox injections can help you freeze time temporarily. Your Botox treatment will start to naturally breakdown and be safely reabsorbed into the body after approximately 6 months.