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All You Need to Know About BOTOX and Fillers

Anti-aging industries are increasingly becoming the most popular and profitable industries of the era. Everyone wishes to be “forever young” and fortunately to them, beauty industries don’t fail them. However, amid all the fast-moving busy world of cosmetics, you may find yourself lost between what’s available and what you need. Read on, for here are the answers to all your baffling questions.

What are the available types of injectables? : The major types of injectables are Fillers and Botulinum Toxin, universally known as BOTOX or Dysport.

How does each injectable work? : Wrinkles appear as a result of lost collagen, elastin and fat. Fillers, as you can guess from its name, fills in their place plunging the wrinkles. BOTOX relaxes muscles in your face preventing them from pulling down your skin.

Where in the face is each injectable used? : Fillers can be used anywhere you like, usually to get rid of smile lines around the mouth or to add volume to your cheeks and lips. BOTOX is commonly used between your eyes.

Does BOTOX have long-term side effects? : It’s unsafe to use BOTOX in cases of Neuromuscular Disease and allergies, other than that, it’s confirmed safe.

Are there any short-term side effects for injectables? : Pain, bruising, and swelling are common side effects for any injection. You may also notice a temporary bump after using Fillers.

How are they injected in the skin? : Both are injected via small needles. BOTOX is injected directly into the muscle while fillers are injected into the skin followed by anesthetic.

How long does each procedure last? : BOTOX treatment takes around 15 minutes while Fillers takes 30 to about 1 hour.

Is there going back after the procedure? : If you aren’t happy with the results, luckily for you, both treatments are temporary. Even if you’re paranoid about the procedures, ask you cosmetic for brands that last shorter.
All You Need to Know About BOTOX and Fillers

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