Do you have frown lines or ‘scary lines’ that make you look angry, older, or worried all the time, even when you are not? That’s where Botox comes in as a solution without downtime, and without going under the knife.
Who is an ideal candidate for Botox?
Your doctor may suggest that you are a good fit for Botox if:
- You have moderate to severe facial wrinkles.
- These wrinkles are located in the approved areas that Botox can treat, such as around or between the eyes, on the forehead, or around the neck.
- Your are in general good health.
- And if you have realistic expectations.
Who may not be a good candidate for Botox you have a skin infection at the desired site of treatment, are pregnant or breast-feeding, have a muscle or nerve condition such as ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis) or myasthenia gravis, or if you have a severe illness or infection.
Botox continues to increase, with cosmetic minimally-invasive botulinum toxin type A procedures up 800 percent since 2000, to 7,4 million to 2018.
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