Unique Areas For Botox Injections
Botox has been used for cosmetic purposes for over 10 years. Many people know that it can help soften frown lines,
Botox has been used for cosmetic purposes for over 10 years. Many people know that it can help soften frown lines, but Botox can be injected into many other areas as well. In this post, we will explore the different parts of the body that can benefit from some Botox. The most common areas to treat are found in the upper parts of the face. These include:
between the brows,
and around the eyes.
But did you know that Botox can improve the look of your jawline, chin, and even neck? Let’s take a closer look.
The lines that form when you scrunch up your nose are only cute if they don’t remain there after you’ve stopped. Some people have a tendency of scrunching their noses a lot. For those people, injecting a couple units of Botox on each side of the nose can help prevent the lines from becoming permanent.
For people who are self-conscious about showing their gums every time they smile, there is a solution. A small amount of Botox can help hide the gums without changing the shape of your smile.
There are some people who have vertical lip lines without ever smoking a single cigarette. Regardless of how the wrinkles are formed, they can be softened by adding a few units of Botox around the mouth.
Sometimes a square jawline is the result of very strong, prominent cheek muscles. Botox can weaken those muscles and therefore soften the look of the jawline.
Also called a “peau d’orange chin” due to its similarity to the look of an orange peel, the dimply chin can easily be smoothed out by a few units placed in the chin muscle
The neck is notorious for giving away someone’s true age. Neck bands are vertical muscles that become more prominent with time. Botox can soften the protrusions and give a smoother appearance.
Some people suffer from a disorder called hyperhidrosis, or excessive sweating. It can be an embarrassing condition that can affect the palm of the hands, soles of the feet, and underarms. The picture above shows an agent that illustrates the extent of the sweat: the darker and more prevalent the blue dye, the more sweat there is.
So the next time you see your healthcare professional for a cosmetic treatment, be sure to voice all your concerns. More than likely, there is way of improving most – if not all – of them!