SHOULD I GET BOTOX?

Botox is very effective at keeping the skin smooth because it works to inhibit the root cause of wrinkle formation. Largely associated with an older demographic, more and more younger people are starting in their 20's and 30's to get Botox as a preventive measure for lines and wrinkles. Whatever age you start the benefits are great, however it is very important to maintain a regular maintance schedule especially when just starting treatments or starting at an older age where many fine lines and wrinkles are already present. For more information refer to the links below:

 

https://www.allure.com/story/preventative-botox-age-dermatologists

 

https://www.mycnmedical.com/services/botox-dysport://www.mycnmedical.com/services/botox-dysport

 

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Carla Jelens Aesthetician and Laser Technician Master Aesthetics's Educator

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