Botox- An Innovative Way of Ageing Gracefully

Botox- An Innovative Way of Ageing Gracefully

Here's what to expect after your first treatment if you've been debating botox for a while but haven't made up your mind. In 2017, 7.23 million people received a Botox treatment, an increase of 2% from 2016. In the past, Botox was seen as a bad thing, but now it's a common treatment in the search for a fountain of youth.

If you want to maintain a youthful appearance for many years to come, Botox may be the answer. What happens after you leave the doctor's office, and what can you expect from a first-time botox injection? Find out more by reading on.

Is Your Skin the Same?

Immediately after your first Botox injection, you may be concerned that nothing has changed in your appearance. That's perfectly normal, so don't be alarmed. After the first injection, the effects of botox are delayed.

Actually, you might not notice a difference for 3-8 days. After 3-4 weeks, you will see noticeable changes on your face.  However, it is important to keep in mind that each person's schedule is unique.

It Won't Affect You

Inquiring minds want to know: Is Botox painful? The answer is, most likely, no. The needles used in Botox injections are extremely small. Botox injections at our clinic are painless because they're so small, according to most of our patients.

Only an expert and knowledgeable practitioner can ensure that the correct injection site and technique are used. However, if you are one of the few people to experience some Botox discomfort, it should be minimal.

It's Possible That You'll See Bruising, Redness, Headache or Swelling

You may notice small red bumps on your skin immediately following your treatment, which is normal. Shortly after, they should be gone. There is always the possibility of bruising. After a few days, if you bruise, it should go away on its own with minimal discomfort. Avoiding aspirin, ibuprofen, and any medication available over-the-counter that wasn't prescribed by a doctor already when your treatment can help reduce the risk of bruising. The risk of developing a headache following a Botox treatment is low. Take Tylenol as directed if this occurs. However, this is a one-time event.

Touching or Massaging Your Face Is Not Permitted

Avoid touching or massaging your facial expression at the treatment site even if you have a headache. It is possible that massaging Botox, which is an expertly administered protein, will cause protein manipulation and spread to unintended areas. Do not exercise, massage, or otherwise manipulate the treated areas for at least four hours after your treatment.

When It Comes to Medication, You Shouldn't Take Asprin, either

Aspirin and other anti-inflammatory medications should be avoided if you have a headache or swelling at the site of injection. Because anti-inflammatory medications thin your blood, any bruising you may already have may get worse.

Stop Working Out and Take a Rest Day.

You'll have to take a four-hour break from physical activity. Injecting Botox into an area that is subjected to a lot of physical activity may cause it to move out of place.

Over time, the Outcomes Will Improve

The full effects of wrinkle healers like botox can take up to two weeks. Instead of being alarmed, why not treat it like a game? You wonder what we're discussing.

Take a look at yourself in the mirror every day. Put on a happy face or a sad face, or make an expression with your lips, your forehead, or your brow. Imagine that you've just been privy to the juiciest tidbit of sleaze. Is your Botox website up to snuff? For the next two weeks, the fun will be in noticing the changes. Come to Longevity Aesthetics & Laser Spa in Oklahoma and schedule your appointment with a specialist.

**Disclaimer: This content is neither a medical advice nor it  imply a doctor-patient relationship.
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