what ıs baby botox?
you want to get rid of your wrinkles but you don’t want to look “frozen.” then, baby botox is just for you. your doctor uses a lower volume of botox than a traditional injection to smooth fine lines and wrinkles. instead of using 25 units in an area, you may use 10 units. first-time botox patients are perfect for this. besides the volume of product used, it is about the technique. if your doctor is very precise in where he puts the product, he can use lower doses. these super targeted micro injections deliver the more natural, tailored look baby botox is so coveted for. as compared to standard-size injections, baby botox lowers the risk of your features appearing to be frozen. take the forehead, for example: the risk is that you weaken your frontalis muscle, which causes your eyebrows to drop. if you’re getting micro doses of botox, that’s a lot less likely to happen.
botox often gets a bad rep for leaving patients looking a little frozen, but that’s the fault of bad technique, not necessarily the procedure itself. in many places where it’s not a trained aesthetic physician doing the injection, it’s really just inject by number. the problem with this is that no two faces, or even two sides of a face, are the same.
the procedure takes approximately 15 minutes. it will be possible to see the visible result in 7-10 days. since the effects of botox injection are temporary, it should be repeated every 5 months on average.