Botulinum toxin treatment. Wrinkles become history!
Are you tired of wrinkles on your forehead or eyebrows? Do eye wrinkles and other wrinkles on your face make you feel more mentally uncomfortable? Then it’s time for botulinum toxin treatment, the ideal solution for wrinkles on your skin.
Worldwide, botulinum toxin treatment is the most popular procedure in aesthetic medical practice due to the relaxing effect of the muscles that stretch the skin and leave it wrinkled.
The effect of botulinum toxin treatment becomes maximal in a short time, after 7-10 days, and the much desired rejuvenating effect will be maintained between 3 and 6 months. Botulinum toxin is also indicated in the treatment of excessive sweating.
Botulinum toxin or hyaluronic acid injections are simple and quick solutions to restore youth and radiance to the skin.
Botulinum toxin is a natural, purified protein, used successfully in aesthetic medicine. It helps to relax the facial muscles, the main causes of wrinkles and other similar ailments on the face. This substance also proves to be excellent in treating medical problems. It also has a curative effect in the case of hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating), with special results in the armpit area.
Botulinum toxin is the most well-known and appreciated product on the market, being the result of extensive studies, a substance used extensively in medicine. It is a safe product, certified both medically and cosmetically.
The treatment can be applied to a wide range of patients and its main purpose is to rejuvenate the skin by reducing facial lines and wrinkles. Botulinum toxin injections improve the appearance of facial expression and revitalize the natural metabolism. Unlike other cosmetic procedures on the market, the results of botulinum toxin intervention are maintained for an average period, about half a year, being closely related to cellular metabolic activity, but also to lifestyle.
Contraindications to this treatment
Patients with medical problems, such as damaged nerves or muscles, should specify these issues during the consultation to prevent any unwanted complications. At the same time, the treatment is not recommended for pregnant or breastfeeding women. Although there are no clinical studies showing that botulinum toxin injections are dangerous for the baby or the mother, we do not recommend the procedure in these circumstances.