Will Botox Fix my Wrinkles?



There’s no shame in wanting to address some of the lines that have started to appear on your face. We all get them in the end and living in a world where all our loved ones including our grandchildren have phones that can in on click capture a photo there’s no wonder we’re all looking to iron out those crumpled crows feet. Botox in Kent has been long used as an option for wrinkle correction but does it actually work? Let's have a closer look. 

What actually is Botox? 
Botox in Kent is a product used to make the little lines on someone's face even smaller - but the best part is you don’t have to go under the surgical knife to receive top quality results. Botox is a product called Botulinum toxin - and basically it relaxes the muscles to stop those lines from showing up. Once the injections have happened the skin will be left looking youthful and super smooth. There are multiple areas that Botox can help includings the lines between your eyes, the lines by the sides of your eyes, lines around the sides of the mouth and lips. It’s relatively quick and minimal in discomfort. Usually the process would only take between five to ten minutes depending on how much Botox you were having. 

What about after the injections? Will it last? 
You might not see changes straight away. Sometimes it can take a couple of days for you to notice the full impact of your Botox in Kent. If you’ve had the procedure done make sure you don’t massage or rub your face for three days, and avoid vigorous exercise as this can cause problems. It’s also recommended that you don’t take a visit to the sauna, steam room or sun beds! You need to let the Botox settle under the skin. On average the effects of Botox last between 3 to 4 months and you shouldn't have more injections within three months. 

Are there risks and side effects? 
Like any medical procedure there are of course risks and side effects but in the majority of cases these will likely go away quickly. Side effects some people have noticed include: a wonky smile, a lack of feeling in the area, a feeling that the area has become more weak, a little pain, some amounts of swelling, Headaches, cold and flu like symptoms, dryness in the eyes or that they eyelids are drooping slightly. If you experience any of these symptoms you should be getting in contact with your practitioner as soon as you can. 

Other medical treatments for Botox 
Botox is not a one trick pony and it can actually be used to treat a variety of other medical conditions. If you are someone that suffers from severe sweating or excessive sweating then Botox injections can be used to relax the sweat glands and help reduce the amount you are sweating. It can also be used to help reduce jaw tension and clenching. The botox relaxes the muscles to ease up tensions which can be super beneficial if you are someone suffering with headaches due to jaw tension regularly.

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