Botox | Botox Injection Treatment @ Alluremedspa
We all know Hollywood love Botox. It’s almost impossible to find a celebrity in his or her mid-thirties who hasn’t had one. Following is an informative article on how you can enjoy your youthful look even after your thirties.
But, What exactly is Botox?
Botox is a drug made from a neurotoxin produced by the bacterium Clostridium botulinum called botulinum toxin. It is used medically to treat certain muscular conditions and to cosmetically remove wrinkles by temporarily paralyzing muscles.
BOTOX is also a natural, purified protein that relaxes wrinkle-causing muscles & creates a rejuvenated and more youthful appearance. There was a false story surrounding Botox which spread like a wild-fire thanks to media. The claim was Botox could cause food poisoning. Do you want to know how this story got legs? Well, Botulinum Toxin was discovered as a toxin created by the Clostridium Botulinum bacterium which is the cause of food poisoning. But what media left out was Botulinum bacterium also cause muscle weakness, so Botox essentially help temporary paralyse facial muscles which causes wrinkle and frown lines. One can enjoy Botulinum Toxin results for at least three to four months.
Today, the synthesized, medical grade Botulinum Toxin has been safely used in medical practice for 30 years and it has FDA approval. Its first use was in children with spastic legs-the spasms were relaxed by this medication. It has also been used in Toticollis-painful spasms of the neck, and in Oculogyric spasms-tics or involuntary movements or twitches of the eyes. Botox is now biggest arsenal among women willing to fight the war on ageing. Botox has made it possible for people to do something without undergoing any major surgery or praying hopelessly that something might work.
Generally people use Botox for the following problems:
Botox for crow’s feet –Lines on the cheek around the eyes.
Botox for frown lines (glabellar lines)– The deep creases between your eyes at the base of your nose.
Botox for Forehead lines-The creases running across your forehead.
Botox for bunny lines -The wrinkles at the base of nose that wrinkle when you smile hard.
Botox for top lip lines (upper lip lines)– The wrinkles around your mouth when you purse your lips.
Botox for marionette lines – The lines running from the corner of your mouth down to the jaw lie that pull the mouth down when you are angry or sad.
Botox for apple dumpling-Some people get unwanted dimpling or cobble stoning on their chin.
Botox for neck lines– Formation of horizontal wrinkles and lines around neck muscles.
Botox for eyebrow lines (Brow Lift)– lines and wrinkles across the forehead and muscles which are pulling the eyebrows down.
Botox for Gummy smile– In patient’s upper lip decreases the amount of gum shown.
Botox for Jaw definition /Nefertiti– redefine the jawline and soften marionette lines on the neck.
Botox for Broad face/Masseter Botox– Face which looks quadrangular.
Botox for Chicken Legs– People who are prone to larger lower-leg muscles.
Does the Botox help with other problems too?
Botox is used for excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis) as well. In Mumbai, Alluremedspa gives injections for the people who have sweaty armpits, hands or feet, and they are very effective on these problems too. It has also been found that the patients who suffer from headaches (migraine) and use Botox notice an improvement of their headaches or even migraines, as it works on relaxing the muscles. Botox is also used for contouring the shape of the face – Botox injections for masseter hypertrophy can change your square shaped or round shaped face and make it a more pleasant oval or heart shaped face.
Happy Results of Botox Treatment Before After Photo Results
Botox Treatment CostBotox injections are the best known of a group of medications that use various forms of botulinum toxin to temporarily paralyze muscle activity at transparent price between INR 3,000 to INR 50,000. Botox Treatment Cost
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