How Young Is Too Young for Botox?
Are you ready for Botox? The majority of Botox users are in their 40s, but that doesn’t mean you can’t start treatment earlier. Many women benefit from Botox in their 30s and even in their 20s. If you have visible wrinkles, even if they’re small, it might be time to start thinking about Botox. Call us today and book your treatment.
How Does Botox Work?
Botox relaxes the muscles that cause certain types of facial wrinkles. It is a great treatment for lines between the brows, forehead wrinkles, crow’s feet, etc. As the muscles relax, the wrinkles naturally smooth out, with results usually visible in just a few days. Treatment lasts for 3-4 months and can be maintained indefinitely with regular treatments.
Don’t worry about the results looking unnatural. When properly injected, Botox doesn’t lead to frozen looking, expressionless faces. You’ll still be able to smile, laugh, cry, etc. Our injectors are highly trained and can create stunning Botox results.
Am I Ready for Botox?
There’s a lot of confusion surrounding the right time to start Botox. If you’re wondering if Botox would improve your appearance, call us and schedule an appointment. The questions below will help you determine if the timing is right.
- Do You Have Visible Wrinkles? While the jury’s still out on preventative Botox, most aesthetic doctors and professionals agree, it’s time for Botox when wrinkles start to appear. Don’t wait for wrinkles to become deep and set-in. Starting Botox earlier can save you from having to fill in permanent lines with fillers for a better result.
- Are Your Wrinkles Around the Eyes or on the Forehead? Botox works amazingly well, but only on certain types of wrinkles. In general, it works best on wrinkles around the eyes and in the forehead area. Occasionally, it can be used on wrinkles around the lips.
- Do You Want to Look Younger? When you look in the mirror, do you miss the younger-looking you? Botox can turn back the clock for a younger, more rejuvenated appearance.
Age is just a number and shouldn’t determine when you start Botox. Rather than waiting until your 40s, come on in and start Botox when you first start to see the appearance of lines and wrinkles.