How to erase wrinkles?
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We are living longer than ever. We are active, we feel young therefore we want our bodies to mirror youthful minds and hearts. Here comes botulinum toxin type A. May I say that this is the greatest invention since sliced cheese. It is considered one of the most important substances to hit the field of facial rejuvenation.
This substance is the most popular way to reduce facial wrinkles non-surgically. Facial expressions or any facial movements such as smiling, frowning, squinting and even chewing can result to one of the most common signs of aging - wrinkles.
Fine lines and wrinkles can make you appear tired or even angry, even when you are not. One of the quickest and safest remedies to remove wrinkles is an injection of botulinum toxin type A.
Botox and Dysport, are a purified form of botulinum toxin type A. This means there’s no botulism risk when used properly. They work by blocking the nerves that contract muscles.
This results in softening the appearance of wrinkles. Botulinum toxin type A can be used as a wrinkle treatment to smooth frown lines, crow’s feet, forehead furrows, skin bands on the neck or bunny lines around the nose. Botulinum toxin type A can be combined with other aesthetic skin procedures such as chemical peels, dermal fillers and lasers to further improve your results. This combination of therapies can even help to prevent the formation of new lines and wrinkles, resulting in a glowing, smoother, younger appearance.
Botox can be preventive also. It is effective on ‘dynamic’ wrinkles - those that haven’t quite set and appear while you’re moving your face, such as when you frown or smile. If you decide to give botox a try, go easy. Ask your doctor for a more natural, expressive look so he can adjust the dose accordingly. Ask your doctor how many thousands of these injections he had already done – this will show you his/her experience.
Important reminder, spas and parties are fun, but not for injections. These wrinkle treatment should only be done in a medical office setting and by a doctor specializing in aesthetic medicine, who is board-certified in aesthetics, dermatology or plastic surgery.
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