Anti Aging Botox Treatment

Anti Aging Botox Therapy is widely used in Hospitals and Beauty Salons around the globe.

Botox is actually the brand name. The full name for botox is Botulinum toxin type A and is actually-would you believe-a neurotoxin produced by the bacterium Clostridium botulinum.

How Does Anti Aging Botox Treatment Work?

Botox toxin is very potent and acts by paralysing muscles which it comes into contact with. Maybe that’s why Botox is able to smooth away all those ageing lines and wrinkles-it prevents (or at least seriously restricts) muscle contractions beneath the region of skin allowing the lines and wrinkles to emerge.

Anti Aging Botox Therapy allows the facial muscles where applied to become paralysed. Therefore, minimal or no muscle activity ensures that the skin protected by the paralysed body avoids getting creased by regular speech contractions. Inhibited muscle contractions ensures the lines and wrinkles stop developing.

The muscle paralysis induced by Anti Aging Botox Treatment is reversible: the results of a single Botox procedure can last for from 3 and 6 months. After this time, the muscles start contracting again and the lines and wrinkles start to re-appear.

The Procedure

Using Botox treatments for wrinkles is non invasive and the treatment is normally carried out in about 20-30 minutes. The practitioner injects a small amount of Botox into the site to be treated. As the Botox starts working, it blocks the nerve signals to the muscles under the skin. Therefore, the body relaxes and the surface is smoothed, inducing narrowing of the facial lines.

The Botox Injection Procedure may leave the skin a little red and swollen, but this is normally very slight and should reduce after a couple of days. Typically a patient will exit the clinic promptly, and report to work the next day. The Botox Injection Therapy typically begins operating within 3 days, although achieving the maximum benefit will take up to a week.

So high would it cost to use Anti-Aging Botox?

Botox is paid usually by Units. So a patient may estimate the expense by calculating how many units are required for a procedure.

Treatment costs are contingent upon:

I Area(s) for injection

  1. ii) Number of units employed

iii) The number of treatments that a user will get

As a rugged guide:

The frown lines need about 12-20 units to be handled

Treatment of the lateral front lines requires about 15-25 units

Treatment of all crow feet needs about 10-15 units.

Always ask your Practitioner what is their cost before treatment. This means after the diagnosis you won’t have any unexpected surprises!