Botox is currently the world’s most popular cosmetic injectable for dynamic wrinkles, such as forehead lines, frown lines, and crow’s feet. When injected into targeted facial tissues, Botox temporarily paralyzes the facial muscles responsible for your wrinkles, thereby softening the wrinkles. While most people are aware that Botox reduces the visibility of dynamic wrinkles, few realize that Botox can also prevent wrinkles from appearing. If you are looking for Botox in Ashburn, VA contact us to schedule your treatment.
Before & After Botox Results
What is Preventative Botox?
Besides treating existing wrinkles, Botox can also prevent the appearance of new wrinkles. As mentioned above, dynamic wrinkles appear when you overuse certain facial muscles. However, you can prevent the overuse of those facial muscles with early Botox Ashburn treatments. Since your muscles won’t be overused, the associated wrinkles won’t get etched on your face. Preventing wrinkles is far easier than treating them.
Your Botox Experience
Your experience with Botox in Ashburn, VA starts with a personal consultation with Shannon Synoracki, our exceptional cosmetic injector. She examines your facial skin, discusses your cosmetic goals and concerns, reviews your medical history, determines if you’re a suitable candidate for Botox, and curates the ideal treatment plan. Each Botox treatment is individually planned for optimal results.
Your cosmetic provider will cleanse your skin and mark the injection points on your face to guide the treatment. You may receive topical anesthesia to ensure complete comfort. Finally, the Botox injection will be delivered into the targeted facial tissues using ultrafine needles. The number of injections will depend on your goals and treatment areas.
Botox treatments cause mild redness, swelling, irritation, and bruising around the treatment areas for a few days. However, you can minimize the swelling with ice packs, and the bruises can be concealed. There’s no downtime, so you can resume your daily activities immediately, but you should avoid strenuous workouts for a day.
Your wrinkles will gradually start softening in 2 to 3 days, with continued improvements for two weeks. The results will finalize within two weeks, and they’ll last for 3 to 4 months. Your cosmetic provider will curate the ideal treatment frequency to help you maintain wrinkle-free skin all year long.
Botox for Hyperhidrosis
It is not uncommon to be embarrassed about sweating. It happens to everyone, but for some people, it is due to a rare condition called hyperhidrosis, or excessive, uncontrollable sweating. Fortunately, Botox can help.
All About Botox
Here are some frequently asked questions about the world’s most popular cosmetic injectable:
- HOW DOES BOTOX WORK?
- WHAT AREAS CAN BOTOX HELP ME WITH?
- WHEN WILL I SEE RESULTS?
- HOW LONG DOES BOTOX LAST?
- CAN I GET BOTOX WHILE BREAST-FEEDING?
- DOES BOTOX WORK FOR MIGRAINES?
How does Botox work?
Botox works by temporarily restricting facial muscle activity at the site of injections. This helps eliminate “dynamic wrinkles”.
What areas can Botox help me with?
Botox is most commonly used for the reduction of:
- Frown lines
- Forehead lines
- Crow’s feet
How long after injections will full results become evident?
If you’re like most people, you should notice Botox taking effect within three or four days. You should obtain maximum results after about two weeks.
How long does Botox last?
Most people find that the results of their Botox injections last anywhere from three to six months. Once the effects have begun to wear off, you can make an appointment for touch-up injections.
Can I be treated with Botox while breast-feeding?
It is not currently known if it is safe to use Botox while breast-feeding, as no such studies have been conducted. Therefore, treatment with Botox while breast-feeding is not recommended.
Is it true that Botox works for migraine headaches?
One little-known benefit of Botox is for treating migraines. If it works for you, the injections should last around three to four months. At that time, you can schedule another treatment.