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Baby botoks/Botoks facial

The key difference between baby botoks, botoks facial and regular Botulinum injection is that baby Botoks treatment uses smaller amounts of the substance to give a very natural look. The results are very similar to regular doses of Botulinum but the muscles have a wider range of movement.

It reduces wrinkles and makes the face smooth and relaxed – but it does not paralyze our facial expressions (which sometimes happens with classic botoks).  Baby botoks is a real hit in rejuvenation – and one of the biggest trends in aesthetic applications.  What is this innovative technique – and will it replace traditional botoks?

 

Baby botox – how does it work?

Baby botoks is a new way of administering botulinum toxin, which is gaining more and more popularity especially among young people. It consists of injecting a very small amount of botoks using many small and shallow punctures (in the classic version, a few places are injected and the doses are much higher).  In practice, this technique is very similar to mesotherapy, hence the term “mesobotoks” can often be found.  Thanks to the fact that the procedure uses much smaller doses of the toxin than with classic botoks, we get the effect of refreshing and loosening the skin, without the risk of “freezing” facial expressions. The baby botoks technique is about minimizing the visibility of mimic lines (e.g. lion wrinkles or crow’s feet), which give the face a tired or too sharp expression. After the treatment, the face looks very natural, although the skin is much more relaxed and smoothed, and the muscles remain almost fully mobile.  The procedure itself lasts several minutes and does not cause any undesirable post-treatment effects. Immediately after administration of botulinum toxin, small bruises may appear at puncture sites.

Section 1Facial Botoks
Lecture 1Introduction and preparation
Lecture 2Botoks treatment
Lecture 3Book

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