What You Need To Know About Botox
Although a large number of women are curious about Botox®, they are absolutely terrified of the process. For some women, images of aging celebrities with shiny plastic faces devoid of any movement whatsoever come into mind when thinking about Botox. We’ve all witnessed beautiful Hollywood movie stars who begin to age and choose to relax the lines on their faces. One thing leads to another, and the next thing you know, these women are virtually unrecognizable, and not in a good way. They simply took the entire concept of injectables entirely too far. Do you have reservations about Botox? We can help address some of your concerns:
You Won’t Leave Our Office Looking Like Joan Rivers
Our medispa in Tucson understands that when you come in for Botox injections, you simply want to look like a better version of yourself. People may not know why you look different, but they might comment on your glowing skin. Many women report that they look younger and more rested after receiving the proper amount of Botox treatments. Before undergoing Botox treatment, we will engage in a thorough consultation with you to ensure that you get the results that you desire.
How Does Botox Work?
Botox works by blocking the nerve receptors in the face so that your facial muscles will not contract and produce wrinkles. Therefore, Botox relaxes the facial muscles that create fine lines and wrinkles.
Does It Hurt?
Botox is administered to your face using fine needles, so it is slightly uncomfortable. However, Botox injections are relatively quick, so by the time the pain registers, it is over.
Is Botox Safe?
Since 2002, the FDA has approved of the use of Botox, so doctors and medical professionals have been safely treating patients with Botox for well over a decade.
How Did Botox Begin?
Ophthalmologists originally gave Botox injections to patients suffering from blepharospasm, which is a condition that causes an abnormal; blinking of the eyelids. The doctors quickly noticed that the skin around the injected areas in which the patients appeared smoother. Today, the most common use for Botox is to treat wrinkles and fine lines.
How Often Will I Need Treatment?
Depending upon the area you are treating, Botox treatments can last four to six months.
Where Do People Commonly Receive Botox Treatment?
Botox is commonly used to treat frown lines on your brow as well as the lines surrounding your eyes. Frown lines are located between your eyes as well as on your forehead. Frown lines can make people appear less rested and older, and Botox is great for erasing the traces of these lines.
How Long Does It Take To See The Results?
Following a Botox treatment, it could take as little as 72 hours or up to 7 days to see the results. After your first Botox treatment, your medical technician may ask to see you in a week to assess the treatment results.
Are you considering undergoing Botox treatments? Contact our Tucson medispa to book an appointment. Our women’s wellness center features a variety of other medical aesthetic services, including laser hair removal, photo rejuvenation, chemical peels, microdermabrasion, dermal fillers skin tightening, and Coolscupting®.