For years the only solution to stubborn facial wrinkles and lines that are reinforced by your own natural expression was going under the knife. Finally, this is the solution that requires no downtime. Botox cosmetic injections restore the youthful, smooth skin that you were born with before you had all those worries on your shoulders. Botox is quick, non-surgical Botox injections with dramatically smoothens the deep worry lines on your forehead and the crow’s feet along the sides of your eyes. The Botox injections are very easy to take and absolutely has no side effects if done properly. Here are some of the things you need to know before taking a Botox.
Which is the right age to get your Botox done
There is no right or wrong age to get your Botox injections it is completely your choice when to take it and for what purpose whether you are wanting to reduce signs of aging or looking to enhance a certain feature. Most of the cosmetic surgeons do not advice to take Botox when they do not have to but it is always better to start early before you show up age lines so that you achieve your ideal result. It is best to do in mid-to-late 20s and early 30 when you start to trace lines.
What you can and cannot do after Botox
The first thing you need to do is to accept the way you look it can get better or it can ruin your appearance. There are certain limitations that you may need to follow after taking up the Botox treatment, show that the fluid does not shift from the area where it was injected. This includes hitting up a steam room at gym or sauna massages and even heavy cardio which produces intense heat that deactivates Botox.
You can go to work soon after Botox
As you are given instant results there is no much of downtime needed post Botox treatment. While you may experience numbness or swelling around the area, and you will definitely have certain restrictions like actives (that increases blood flow to your face). Generally, the swelling goes down in 1or 2 hours so you can get Botox done in the morning and get back to work by noon.
You are not likely to get a bruise
There is always a misconception that our face bruise after Botox. But, such cases are minimal. If the needle hits a vessel it could cause potential bleeding beneath the skin forming a bluish black blotch. This could be undone by post-Botox laser treatment that they offer as complimentary breaks down the discoloration within 24 hours
Not all fillers are the same
Enquire about the cosmetic surgeon and the type of filler they use before getting it done. Low priced doctors use synthetic fillers like silicon, from which most of the complications come from. It gets hardened over time and don’t mobilize, creating uneven bulges and do not age along with you. Malleable hyaluronic acid – based fillers tend to give a more natural look over time and eventually break down.