Treat the “Angry 11’s” between your eyes, lift the brows, remove the furrowed worry lines in the forehead, crows feet around the eyes, turn up a drooping smile or correct a gummy smile and more. Look rested and refreshed. Whenever you laugh, frown, concentrate or squint into the sun, your facial muscles contract and your skin creases. As you get older your skin loses its elasticity and those creases deepen into lines that become permanently etched on your face. Frown lines between your eyes can become particularly noticeable at a relatively young age, making you look angry or worried even when you’re not.
Cheryl Kramer Kaye, Executive Beauty Editor of Shape®, decided to share her experience as a patient with BOTOX® cosmetic in this 3-part video.
Botox®, Dysport® and Xeomin are administered by tiny injections to eliminate lines, and wrinkles. This is a simple, effective, non-surgical treatment that works by relaxing facial muscles on the forehead, thereby reducing and smoothing away frown-lines and wrinkles. Botox® Cosmetic is a purified protein which reduces the activity of the muscles that cause those frown lines between the brows. It is a simple, nonsurgical treatment that can temporarily smooth moderate to severe frown lines between the brows. It can correct a turned down nose, crow’s feet around the eyes or a gummy smile to name a few of its uses.
By temporarily immobilizing the muscles you use to frown, we can smooth out those lines, restoring a more youthful, less stressed expression to your face. Because you will be physically unable to frown after treatment, you may even lose the urge to frown. Dysport®, Botox, or Xeomin can be used to tighten jaw lines, turn up the corners of a droopy smile, smooth out lines above your lip, smooth out crow’s feet, angry “11”s and forehead lines even correct a “gummy smile. It can also be used for a Brow Lift. No surgery and results can be seen with 4 days!
Botox injections are highly effective for 6-9 months to treat Hyperhidrosis, a condition characterized by abnormally increased sweating o perspiration in excess of that required for regulation of body temperature. People who suffer from this sweat no matter what the temperature is. They could be outdoors in the middle of winter and they are sweating. There is thought that there is a genetic component to this. It is associated with a significant quality of life burden from a psychological, emotional, and social perspective. It has been referred to as the ‘silent handicap’. Area’s treated can be underarms, hands , feet, forehead , upperlip. Anywhere excessive sweating occurs.