What are the side effects of Botox?

Like all other drugs Botox does have side effects, although they are usually very insignificant and short term. There is a one in five chance that you may experience some slight droopiness of the site where the Botox was administered, which usually disappears within a few weeks. Another side effect is very mild bruising.

How much does Botox cost?

The average cost for a standard Botox treatment is £200; however, this differs massively across the UK depending where you go to receive the treatment.

How many months will Botox last?

The results of a Botox treatment differs from patient to patient, but generally speaking Botox usually lasts in between three to four months.

Will people notice that I’ve had Botox?

Both yes and no! Botox should leave you looking happier, brighter and most of all more youthful. This should be evident; however, it is rare for people to associate this with a Botox treatment.

Will Botox fight against wrinkles?

The categoric answer to this question is YES! The amazing highly purified toxins contained in Botox work to remove wrinkles from the skin. Such wrinkles Botox helps to reduce are crows feet, horizontal forehead wrinkles and frown lines. Also Botox can help to cosmetically improve the overall look of the chin and mouth.

What does Botox do to the muscles?

Botox works by having a slowing affect on the muscles in your face that contract many times every day, which in turn causes wrinkles. By slowing these muscles down the lines subside and sometimes are erased.

What pain will I feel when I have Botox?

Botox is administered in an injection and like most injections can cause mild uncomfort. It is known for some specialists to numb the site with ice or topical cream before injecting the Botox.