What does it take to be successful in today’s world?It could be skill. Well, it could also be lots of talent. Or is it being immensely resourceful? For an answer try standing in front of the mirror. Can you see it? Yes, the answer is Confidence and the right face value. Times have changed and there’s a lot of premium being attached to looking your very best. But then, is it possible to keep on looking good? Is it really possible to stop time from ravaging our appearance? Well,yes. Medical science now comes to our rescue. To find out how, just read on.
Look good does marvels for the inner self. Unfortunately, time can play spoilsport. For many,the first line, the first tension crease on the forehead may just leave a mark of worry. This is where the word ‘wrinkle’ comes into play. Technically, wrinkles the thin, creased and sagging skin that is especially noticeable on the face, neck and hands.
Wrinkles are certainly not lines one is born with. Over time, the increased muscle activity,exposure to the sun, wind etc. cause these undesirable lines. Most of us do not realize that wrinkles are being formed on our face over time, due to continuous muscle activity which results in muscle contraction. These get more pronounced when we use facial expressions and eventually they become permanent features of our face, whether we like it or not. There are 4 most commonly seen wrinkles on the face.
There are various solutions in the market which promise to fight wrinkles. But then it’s not the numbers but the effectiveness of each solution that counts. People have been using various anti-wrinkle solutions but are mostly left dissatisfied by their tall claims. What most people fail to understand is that wrinkles can only be removed if the applied solution either works on contracted muscle which causes wrinkles or expands the volume of the skin. Creams work on just the upper surface of the skin.
These are few solutions. To name s few, these are collagen, derma filler and protein complex.Collagen is a traditional treatment for wrinkles, an injection to fill soft tissues which smoothness the creases. This is usually safe but not for those (2out of 100 users) who are allergic to collagen injections. Derma fillers restore volume and fullness to the skin, in places where it is injected. The main complaint against it is pain during the treatment. Moreover, these do not work on dynamic wrinkles, i.e. wrinkles become apparent when one makes expressions. BOTOX, the protein complex, works well for dynamic wrinkles. The doctor is the best judge to decide the suitable treatment, based on one’s condition. It’s always advisable to consult the doctor before embarking on these treatments.
BOTOX is the most popular wrinkles reduction treatment. It is a natural, purified protein that relaxes the wrinkle causing muscle, creating a smoothness rejuvenated and a more youthful appearance. It’s a simple non-surgical procedure that smoothness the deep persistent facial lines which develop over time. BOTOX is the only botulinum toxin in the world registered for the treatment of frown lines and approved by the US FDA. It has been widely tested with over 15 years of safe and effective use in millions of patients worldwide
It is simple! BOTOX relaxes the tiny facial muscles that cause expression lines, leaving the overlying skin smooth and unwrinkled. Once the muscle is relaxed, one cannot contract it.Thus the line gradually smoothness from forming. Simply translated it means. One has a face that looks a lot younger and fresh.
That’s the beauty of BOTOX. It works on that particular area for which treatment is sought. For instance, it does not affect the other muscle responsible to raise the eyebrows, and so natural expression is maintained. It will not freeze facial expressions. It softens them and works only where one wants it to.
BOTOX is approved by US FDA for cosmetic use, thereby declaring it a safe product. There is no report of serious allergic reactions or other significant side effects, except for minor side effects such as bruising. BOTOX has been in use for over 15 years and its safety in long-term use has been well established.
Ten minutes. Yes,that’s all it takes to get treated with BOTOX. That is how it is known as a‘lunch-time procedure’. Just a few tiny injections relax the muscles that cause age related lines to form. The muscles are kept relaxed for 4-6 months. In the process, one gets a new younger look.
Most clients describe it as an ant-bite sting for a few seconds. The client goes through none of the discomfort they perceive. The doctor determines where to use BOTOX, to achieve best results.
As every patient is different from the other, it depends entirely on the individual, but a single treatment of BOTOX will normally last for approximately 4-6 months and eventually there is a gradual fading of its effects. At this point, it’s advisable to return to the doctor to continue treatment
It is wrong to think that BOTOX takes a long time to start working. The results are dramatic and apparent within a few days. After the injection, it takes 2-3 days for BOTOX to begin taking effect and around 10-15 days to see the full effect.
Of course one can; in fact, the treatment is so easy and convenient that people can take it during a lunch break and return to work almost immediately. No wonder it’s known as the‘lunch time procedure’, as this is the norm.
No. Lines gradually revert to their pre-treatment appearance. However, this may take 6 to 12 months from the time one stops BOTOX treatment.
BOTOX is equally effective on men and women. Over 220,000 BOTOX procedures were performed on menin United State sin 2004, making it the leading cosmetic treatment for men.
Contrary to popular belief, BOTOX is most widely used by people like you and me and not necessarily only by celebrities.
When considering one facial enhancement option, BOTOX is quite affordable. Many people are surprised at the relative cost compared to other appearance related investments such as facials, hair coloring and wrinkle creams. As one patient reported: “BOTOX is surprisingly affordable – around the same as a few facials or visits to the hair colorist.”