One of the most common cosmetic procedures used during decades is Botox injections. Botox, as a non-chirurgical treatment, is cost-effective compared with other cosmetic procedures and quickly takes effect.
Botox is popular for improving facial beauty but is also used as a treatment option for a number of medical conditions including Bells paralysis, excessive sweating, migraines, and neck spasms. The amount of Botox injections given varies depending on the facial area; usually the eyebrows receive 2-5 units while the forehead lines receive 10-30 units.
You should avoid touching the treatment area for 24 hours after a Botox injection, and ice the area to avoid redness and puffiness. Allow time to research the effects of Botox while finding an appropriate cosmetic procedure.
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