Botox

Botulinum toxin, commonly known as Botox, is a substance produced by bacteria which is highly refined, purified, diluted, and used in therapeutic doses. It is injected into specific facial muscles, where it acts as a muscle relaxant.

Botox is most effective in improving lines or wrinkles from facial expressions, such as worry or frown lines. The effects begin to appear in 48-72 hours, although the full extent may not be visible for up to 10 days.

As soon as your treatment is over you can resume normal daily activities. In a small number of cases there may be some localised bruising, slight swelling or redness at the site of the injection, which usually disappears very quickly. A temporary drooping eyelid may occur in some patients.

Initially the improvements last for 3-4 months. You will notice a gradual fading of the effects and can then return for another treatment if you wish. With repeated treatments, the effects last longer.

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Are There Artificial effects?

Many thousands of dermal filler treatments have been carried out in the UK and around the world, with few serious or lasting side effects. Most people resume normal activities immediately after the treatment.

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Who Would Benefit?

Both men and women can benefit from botulinum toxin. You should not have the treatment if you are pregnant, breast-feeding, have a neurological disease or a known hypersensitivity to botulinum.

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