In the race of looking smart and young people tend to move towards surgeries of their face and other parts of the body. Botox, Dysport or Dermal fillers also adds in the race of this beauty. These treatments are minimal invasive and can be injected into the skin. Botox and Dysport are same, bacteria is inserted in the skin which helps the muscles to freeze. Wrinkles and dynamic lines caused by facial expressions can be minimized by this process. Some people feels that some area of their face is thinned because of age usually around lips or cheeks, Dermal fillers are the solution here it helps to fill the area which client feel is thinned.
Is Botox permanent?
The freezing procedure of anything is not permanent once it will expose to light and the environment. Botox IS lasting depending on the frequency of treatments. Clients can go from 1 every 3-4 months to 1 a year as the body becomes used to it.
Botox for Hyperhidrosis
Botox has the ability to temporarily block the secretion of the chemical that is responsible for stimulating the body’s sweat glands. By interrupting this chemical messenger, the botulinum toxin inhibits sweating in the area where it has been injected. Common areas for botox injections for hyperhidrosis include the underarms and palms of the hands.
Botox for Chronic Migraines
Botox works for migraine headaches because it blocks chemicals called neurotransmitters that carry pain signals from your brain. Botox is like a roadblock in that pathway. It stops the chemicals before they get to the nerve endings around your head and neck.
Side effects of Botox
Botox can cause drooping eyes if injected near-eye areas, redness is common, itching, bleeding swelling. Some people also feel symptoms like flu, nausea, dry mouth, blurry vision. So it’s important to consult a doctor before you make your decision.
Can we combine Botox and Dermal fillers?
Yes, you can combine both treatments. It will take one or two treatments to combine both but it’s recommended to relax muscles first with the Botox and then add Fillers into the skin.