Why Botox?

Because  botulinum toxin (AKA botox) cancels  superficially the nerve signals to the muscles, producing a temporary non-invasive paralysis in the treated area. When the nerve -muscle communication is blocked, the muscle relaxes and decreases its contraction, softening fine lines and wrinkles and preventing their future formation.

Softness Expression Lines and Wrinkles

Botox treats and improves dynamic wrinkles, those formed by facial movements when expressing emotions.

Prevents Formation of Wrinkles

If used at an early age, Botox can prevent the appearance of dynamic wrinkles, which could take longer to appear.

Leaves Skin Smooth

Without altering facial expression, maintaining the natural appearance of the skin.

Forehead lines

Frown lines

Eyebrow lift

Crow's feet

Bunny lines

Radial lip lines and downturned smile

Chin line

Where is Botox applied?

Botox treats and improves dynamic wrinkles, those formed by facial movements when expressing emotions. Thus, the most common areas of treatment are located in the upper face on the forehead and outer eye area, but it will always depend on individual needs.


On average, the Botox effect lasts 3 to 6 months. It takes approximately between two weeks to thoroughly develop efficacy. Resulting in the smoothing of the skin and the improvement of fine lines and wrinkles in the area of treatment.

Botox does not cause permanent changes at the nerve terminals and targeted muscles. 

The possible side effects of Botox include bleeding, swelling, erythema and pain at the injection sites. There are other side effects that may arise depending on the area treated. However, all of these side effects will gradually resolve.

Yes, there are some contraindications for this procedure: 

  • Pregnancy
  • Breastfeeding
  • Keloidal scarring
  • Neuromuscular disorders 
  • Botulinum toxin allergies
  • Body dysmorphic disorder
  • Amyotrophic lateralizing sclerosis myopathies

Therefore, be sure to tell your provider about your medical conditions and all medications you may be currently taking. Certain medications can increase the effects of Botox while others can interfere with its results.

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