Botox FAQ

Botox Treatments

The skin creases in areas of greatest use where facial muscles are repeatedly used throughout our life. As we get older the ageing process causes collagen and elastin production in the skin to decrease and become damaged with overuse resulting in the permanent lines.

Injections that relax the muscle (commonly known as Botox) are our most prevalent anti-ageing procedures to minimize the formation of wrinkles and to soften existing lines. The most common areas for treatment are the Glabella (frown lines between the eyes), Peri-Orbital area (crow’s feet) and the forehead.

Botox treatments reduce movement by relaxing the muscle injected thereby preventing the skin to crease whilst reducing the appearance of winkles and lines. The surrounding muscles will function as normal and will maintain usual facial movement. Your skin will appear smoother and younger-looking for 4 to 6 months.

Botox injections can be used in conjunction with additional treatments such as chemical peels and dermal fillers to give your skin’s appearance an enhanced youthful and fresher aesthetic.

In addition to smoothing out existing lines, Botox procedures can also prevent wrinkles and lines from forming as the skin is not able to crease to develop wrinkles. You will find that the benefits of this treatment is even more striking over time

Medical treatments using Botox have been carried out for over 30 years. The Cosmetic industry has been revolutionized since the late 1980′s with the successful application of Botox for anti-ageing / anti-wrinkle treatments. Fantastic results combined with limited risks and zero recovery time made Botox the most sough-after non-surgical treatment globally.

For more information on the facts and myths of Botox treatments, read our Botox Frequently Asked Questions