Botox is a purified protein that has the ability to relax muscles into which it is injected. This relaxation may be partial or complete, depending on the amount of Botox used and on the relative strength of the muscles in the target area. The relaxation by Botox is temporary and will gradually fade as the treated muscle will gradually regain its movement over time.

Treatable Areas with Botox
Who is a candidate for Botox?

There are two types of wrinkles on the face: static wrinkles or dynamic wrinkles. Static wrinkles are present even when the face is at rest without expression. Dynamic wrinkles are those which appear or become significantly more apparent with facial expression. Botox is ideal for treatment of dynamic wrinkles of the face.

It is most commonly used to treat the lines between our eyebrows (frown lines), eyes (crow’s feet) and the horizontal lines of the forehead.

It can also be used for neckbands, wide muscular jaws and certain lip lines.

Any person who wishes to minimise the effects of the aging process and wishes to look fresh and relaxed particularly around the eyes and forehead region. Botox should relax and refresh this area. Botox is not recommended for pregnant or nursing women.

What other cosmetic treatments can be combined with Botox?
Can Botox be used for Excessive Sweating?

One of the greatest combination treatment with Botox are Dermal Fillers such as Belotero or Juvederm. Having this combination treatment, an Instant rejuvenation facelift can be achieved, using Botox in the brow forehead region and dermal Filler in the lower face: Cheeks, mouth, jawline, lips and or smile lines.

Botox is an effective treatment for Hyperhidrosis, also known as excessive sweating effecting under the arms or the palms of the hands.