Botox Treatments – What To Expect
Hollywood stars have been using Botox to treat their wrinkles. Botox injections have been done on younger stars as well.
Botox was approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), in 2002 for the treatment of moderate-severe frown lines between the eyebrows. Since then, Botox has seen a dramatic rise in popularity. Botox and Filler is one of the most popular non-surgical treatments.
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Glabellar lines are the lines between the eyebrows. Botox can be used to remove them. Botox can also be used to treat eye coordination problems and spasms of the ocular muscles. It has been approved for migraines and severe armpit sweating, which may surprise you.
How does Botox Works?
Botox paralyzes the muscles, which stops them from moving. This may sound scary. The results of a Botox procedure should be visible within one week. The results should last for at least 3 months but not more than 6 months. Botox's paralyzing effects stop working after a certain time.
Botox can be administered using sterilized needles at a doctor's office, or in a medical spa that is supervised by a physician. Botox certification is required. This means that the person who injects Botox should have been trained specifically to do it.
Botox injections are generally quick and easy. It is important that you choose a skilled and experienced person to perform Botox injections if you make the decision to have them done.