What is BOTOX?

By | 22 March 2021

Botox is the easiest and fastest wrinkle removal method.

Are you complaining about the lines in your mind?

Or that your eyebrows are low …

But do the lines between your eyebrows make your expression look angry?

You can liberate your expressions and smile with Botox.

What is BOTOX?

Botox is a natural and pure protein produced from a bacterial toxin called Clostridium Botulinum.

It is a simple non-surgical application that reduces the moving wrinkles and lines that have formed on the face over time. In short, it is the easiest and fastest method of wrinkle removal. It is possible to reduce and soften these wrinkles on the surface of the skin that occurs due to our use of facial expressions for years with botox application. The effect of Botox is limited to the area where it is applied, it does not circulate in the body.

It is applied in a short time like ten minutes and your wrinkles will decrease in about 10 days, although the effect varies from person to person, it stays for up to 4-6 months.

BOTOX IN 10 QUESTIONS

1. Which regions are Botox applied to?

Depending on the movement of the mimic muscles that we frequently use in our daily expressions, the affected forehead area, between the eyebrows, and around the eyes respond well to this application. Apart from this, the upper lip area and necklines can also be treated.

2. In which areas of the body other than the face are used?

BOTOX is also used in the treatment of excessive sweating (Hyperhidrosis) in the hand, foot, and armpit areas.

3. What should be considered before the application?

You should inform your doctor about your current health problems before the application.

In case of pregnancy, you should inform your doctor, because Botox is not applied during pregnancy. Also, if you have a history of surgery in the area where Botox will be applied, if you have a neurological disease, be sure to share it with your doctor. In particular, muscle diseases need to be reported.

4. How is the application done?

Your doctor will determine the best area for application. Depending on the sensitivity of the person, an anesthetic cream or ice compress can be applied. The injection is made into the muscles that cause wrinkles with fine-tipped injectors. The application time is 10 minutes.

5. Does it require anesthesia?

No. Anesthesia is not used in Botox applications.

6. Is Botox application a painful procedure?

During the application, there is a small and short-term stinging sensation. However, when the procedure is over, there is no pain.

7. How long does BOTOX last?

Its effect lasts for 4-6 months. When it is repeated, it is seen that this period is prolonged.

8. How does the healing process go?

Since it is easy and fast, it does not require a healing process. This allows people to return to their daily life and business life immediately.

9. Are there any side effects?

There is no harm. Very rarely, headache can be seen temporarily as a result of injection in the wrong place. There may be slight redness in the places where the injection was applied. It is possible to cover it with make-up.

10. Do wrinkles increase if the application is not continued?

No, it doesn’t. Muscles movement returns to the pre-treatment period. However, even if the effect wears off, mimic fractures are better than before. When done as necessary, it rejuvenates the skin. This is an indicator of its permanence.