Eventually, all of us at one time have to deal with signs associated with aging. As years pass, there is simply no way of avoiding creases, wrinkles, sagging and drooping on our once flawlessly smooth faces. It is one of the toughest challenges we undergo while trying to stay young and vibrant. Fortunately, this does not mean we are doomed. Botox can be extremely effective for those looking to maintain a youthful appearance.
What is Botox? It is an approved facial treatment administered using needles injected into the facial muscles to relax them and prevent the formation of wrinkles. It has numerous associated benefits. including:
Treatment for fine lines and wrinkles. Botox offers you the opportunity to experience flawless complexion without the need for surgical enhancement. It has been designed to reduce lines and wrinkles that form around the mouth, eyes and on the forehead, otherwise referred to as crow’s feet and frown lines. It contours the face and defines and augment one’s lips. It is administered directly to your facial muscles, thereby relaxing them. The result is achieving a young, vibrant appearance while leaving no visible trace of treatment.
Botox is non-surgical. It is non-evasive and non-surgical. It is performed quickly, earning the nickname “lunch time treatment.” Our patients can go back to their day-to-day lives immediately after treatment. There is no painful recovery.
It can lift a brow. With age, our brow lines tend to yield to gravity and droop. This can make you appear tired, sad and even angry. Apart from fine lines and wrinkle reduction, Botox does a great job of lifting your brow as well. It happens in a very natural way to avoid rendering a frozen or surprised look.
Botox may reduce migraines. Our patients often report reduced migraine headaches after their Botox treatment. This is wonderful news for patients who suffer chronic headaches.
To learn more about the Botox services offered by Wayzata Medical Spa, contact us online or call 952-473-1111. We offer our services in Wayzata, Plymouth, Minnetonka, Medina, and throughout the Twin Cities.