What is Botox:
Botox is a type of botulinum toxin that is usually injected into pre-determined areas of the face, such as the eye contour and forehead.
The serum temporarily paralyzes the muscles of the face, preventing them from shrinking when we do expressions, which normally tells our age.It makes the face look younger, hiding the revealing signs of aging when we smile, laugh and wrinkle our eyebrows.
Am I capable of Botox?
Botox is considered a "fluid" alternative to surgery, and ideally you would show visible signs of aging of the face with wrinkles and wrinkles.
Candidates are also expected to understand the following:
Impacts are cumulative and will become more pronounced over time as supplements are recommended every four to five months.
- Botox does not treat visible signs of aging with a rested face.
- If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, Botox has not yet been demonstrated to be safe.
Before Botox Treatment:
Avoid aspirin or any other anticoagulant medication a few days prior to surgery, as advised by your doctor.
Do not apply make-up on the day of treatment.
Tell your doctor if you have recently taken Botox and if you are taking any medicines, especially muscle relaxants.
After Botox Treatment:
Do not touch the skin at the site of injection.
Do not scrub the area for 24 hours unless you want to expand Botox to other unwanted muscles.
Avoid facial treatments for 24 hours and attempt to avoid exposure to intense sunlight.
Use ice blocks to reduce swelling when necessary.
Botox Recovery Time:
You may experience minimal bleeding, bruising, redness or swelling at the injection site, but this should only take a few hours.
In some instances, if your skin is sensitive, it can last one or two days.
You should not go to bed for several hours after surgery.
If not, you should be able to continue your daily activities as normal.