Could you be Missing Out on the Benefits of Botox?

cosmetic (2)Everyone ages. There is currently no way of avoiding the inevitable addition of years to your life, but that shouldn’t mean that Mother Nature should have her way with your beautiful skin that you work so hard to keep looking its best.

If you’re doing whatever you can to take care of your skin, but just can’t fight the wrinkle war, then maybe Botox Dublin could be the answer to your prayers!
First time users are often skeptical, if not, cynical that the effects of Botox can actually improve your appearance significantly.

So how does it work? By inhibiting the neural transmission between the nerves and muscles and administered by small injections, Botox can reduce how often muscles are used by relaxing them and thereby reducing the amount of wrinkles formed.
Using Botox Dublin is extremely beneficial to those who want to alter their appearance, but avoid the extremities of going under the knife and opting for cosmetic surgery.

However, contrary to popular belief, the treatment is not only for cosmetic purposes. Some medical conditions (such as blepharospasm – uncontrollable blinking of the eyelids) can be controlled with Botox.

The application of the treatment is quick and easy (taking roughly 30 minutes) and could even be carried out within your lunch break at work! The treatment lasts for months but can be topped up if you feel the effects beginning to wear off. If the thought of tiny needles is putting you off then have no fear! Botox is painless and unlike cosmetic surgery, will not leave any scars behind. There are very few side effects and any that do become apparent will usually be gone within a couple of days.

Worried that you’ll look ‘plastic’? The dose of your treatment can be discussed with the professionals and taken down should you prefer a more natural look.

Individual clinics will differ in price, and cost will probably depend on how many areas you wish to have treated but this will all be discussed within your initial consultation.

If pregnant, breastfeeding or planning a pregnancy, you should consult your doctor before going ahead with Botox treatment.