WRINKLE INJECTIONS QUESTIONS ANSWERED
Who can benefit from Wrinkle Injections?
Wrinkle Injections has become a regular part of the beauty regimen of many women (and men) around the world. No longer considered "taboo" it is a truly accepted way of decreasing and eliminating unwanted lines in the face. Anyone over the age of about 25 can benefityou can decrease or eliminate crow's feet, furrows between the brows, forehead lines, and more.
What is involved in a Wrinkle Injections treatment?
The Wrinkle Injections solution is injected in very small amounts into the muscles of the areas to be treated. The needle used is very small, so most people don't feel any pain. You may feel a mild sting, particularly in areas with strong wrinkles, where more of the solution is being injected into the muscle. Many practitioners will ice the area before injecting to reduce pain, and the stings only last a matter of seconds. The procedure is very quick five to fifteen minutes, depending on the size and number of areas being treated.
Is Wrinkle Injections safe?
Yes. As the toxin is used in extremely small amounts, it will not do any damage to the body. Wrinkle Injections injections have been performed for more than 40 years, first to correct appearance in cerebral palsy patients and then later for cosmetic enhancement. During this time, there have been no known permanent problems resulting from its professional use. Slight redness and bruising may occur, but this is temporary.
Is there any downtime after a Wrinkle Injections treatment?
None whatsoever. The area can be a little red after treatment, but this is easily covered by make-up.
What are the results of Wrinkle Injections and how long will they last?
You will see a general smoothing in the area treated five to seven days after treatment. The results will last three to seven months, depending on the severity of your wrinkles and whether you have repeat treatments your muscles become weaker with back-to-back treatments and, therefore, the effect of the Wrinkle Injections lasts longer.