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As you grow older, it can be hard to look in the mirror, with wrinkles and blemishes taking over what used to be youthful, glowing skin. Thanks to modern science, however, there are now several ways to rejuvenate your looks. The usual option is surgery but there are actually some nonsurgical options that can achieve the same results. For example, spas in Mexico have Botox specialists that can help reduce the wrinkles on your face.
Botox is actually the brand name of a toxin produced by botulinum bacteria. Though able to cause paralysis in large doses, proper application and careful dosages can cause a controlled weakening of muscles and block nerve activity. This is how Botox uses this effect: with a Botox injection, the blocked nerves let your skin contract, smoothing out the wrinkles on your face from frown lines, crow’s feet, and forehead lines.
The procedure itself is rather simple. It only takes a minutes (depending on areas to be treated), and you will not need any anesthesia during the process, although topical can be used if desired. All it requires is an injection on specific muscles in your face. You’ll start to see the full effects within three to seven days, lasting anywhere from four to six months. After that, your wrinkles will begin to reappear, though they’d be less severe looking.
Do’s and Don’ts
Though the process can be simple, there are several things you have to keep in mind to ensure your safety and to ensure the most of your Botox injection. First of all, it’s advisable to have professionals administer it. Getting Botox in Mexico at medispas that specialize in cosmetic treatments like Female Rejuvenation Center is advisable to a place without medical supervision.
The second thing to do is be as transparent as possible with the Dr. doing the procedure. Tell them about the current medication you’re taking, any allergies you have, and other things that may affect the process. Giving all these info ensures that the procedure will be safe for you. Finally, heed their advice for care after the injection. For example, avoid alcohol and any medications that can thin your blood.
Botox treatments can turn back the hands of time. However, ensure your safety by turning to experienced professionals when thinking of undergoing the procedure.
Cosmetic Procedures and Botox, MedicineNet.com
Checklist: Botox Do’s and Don’ts, Skinacea.com