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When injected, Botox® Cosmetic blocks the chemical signs from the nerve to the muscle and prohibits the muscle’s capacity to blink and create wrinkles. The paralyzing effect begins within four to seven days of the injection. Repeat injections are necessary every three to five months to maintain the wrinkle-free appearance. Botox® Cosmetic can be used in many areas of the face to soften lines and wrinkles. The most common areas are in the forehead, between the eyebrows, also known as the glabella, and in the crow’s feet. Less common areas include the marionette lines which cause one’s lips to have a downturned appearance, the chin to help with excessive dimpling, the upper and lower lips to reduce smoker’s lines, in the neck to soften the bands or ridges we often see as we age and in the palms, underarms, scalp and or feet to aid in sweating and malodorous feet! Botox® Cosmetic has even been linked to reducing migraine headaches and easing depression.
If you have questions about Botox or would like to set up a consultation to speak with Faces First in Denver and Lone Tree, call us today:
Denver 303.744.2300 or Lone Tree 303.708.8787
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