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How Do You Know if Botox Is Right for You?

In recent decades, the brand name 'Botox' has become a real legend. And although not all people realize what Botox is, they associate this magical cosmetic procedure with eternal youth and beauty. Looking at the perfectly smooth and shiny faces of our celebrities, it is not weird so many men and women what to try Botox injections. But is Botox suitable for everyone? Can it eliminate fine lines and solve all aesthetic imperfections you may want to get rid of? Let us dig deeper into the subject and find out whether Botox might be just right for you or not. And if no, then why?

What is Botox?

A miracle eraser of wrinkles on the actors and singers' faces is nothing else but an injectable solution of botulinum toxin, more known as Botox, from the pharmaceutical company Allergan. It is an anti-aging treatment that can eliminate mimic wrinkles on the forehead, between the eyebrows, under the eyes, and around the mouth. Having a neuro relaxing action, the remedy blocks the nerve endings, relaxes the muscles, and makes the creases on the skin smooth out. The effect of the treatment with Botox is Temporary and lasts from 4 to 6 months.

Is Botox right for you?

The first thing to consider is what effect you want to achieve. Here, you should realize that this procedure cannot fix all aging changes. The aim is to make the facial muscles relax and eliminate wrinkles caused by active facial expressions. If you notice deep nasolabial folds or a decrease in cheeks volume, Botox will not help. But, for instance, if you frown or smile and laugh a lot and notice pronounced crow's feet in the corners of your eyes - Botox is the best cosmetic solution in this case.

Another thing is that injections with this remedy can be contraindicated for you. You should not get Botox if you:

  • are pregnant or breastfeeding;
  • have bleeding disorders;
  • have infections or inflammation in the supposed treated area;
  • have diabetes or cancer;
  • have hypersensitivity to the drug's components;
  • high-grade myopia;
  • minor age.

To make sure it will be safe and effective to undergo Botox treatments, make an appointment with a professional and experienced health care provider specially trained in Botox anti-aging procedures to get a consultation and medical advice.

When can I not use Botox?

The first point is when you have any of the medical conditions described in the list above. Some of these points may make you just delay the treatment, while in other cases, you will have to look for an alternative. Also, before the injection, you should not drink alcohol, take blood-thinning medicine, undergo laser peelings, sunbathe, and do any other manipulations that can hurt the skin surface and worsen the blood clotting, slowing down the recovery process and increasing the risks of serious side effects.

To Sum Up

In the fight for youth and beauty, Botox is undeniably the best helper. Eliminating wrinkles on the face, such as forehead lines, marionette lines, and creases under the eyes, it helps to rejuvenate the appearance and make it look fresher and younger. However, Botox works just with mimic wrinkles, and you should not expect the remedy to solve all possible aesthetic problems. Very often, a dermatologist or cosmetologist may suggest you combine Botox with dermal fillers for the most natural and beautiful result. Everything is individual and to know whether Botox is really for you, consult with a doctor!


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