Botulinum toxin injections

Botulinum toxin injections or “youth injections” have remained one of the most sought-after cosmetic procedures for several decades. Initially, the drugs were used exclusively in medical practice, but have long taken a strong position in the fight against various cosmetic defects. "Botox", when getting into the muscle, affects the nerve endings, making difficult the transfer of motor impulses from the nerve endings in the brain.

Relaxed muscles limit facial expressions, which helps smooth out wrinkles. Through Botox microinjections in the face, it is possible to smooth out facial wrinkles on the face, get rid of “crow's feet” in the corners of the eyes and soften the longitudinal wrinkles on the neck. It can also remove wrinkles around the lips, eliminate local muscle spasm and aesthetic asymmetry, and reduce the size of the masticatory muscles, significantly changing the shape of the face. The drug is also used for bruxism in dental practice. The drug does not fill in wrinkles, does not contribute to skin regeneration and has a temporary effect that lasts up to 6-9 months after the procedure.

Botox can also inhibit excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis) in the armpits, feet and hands. Sweating is a natural and normal function of the body, but sometimes even mild hyperhidrosis causes discomfort, onsetting a number of inconveniences and is linked to a bad mood. In this case, you can resort to Botox injections to solve these problems. The introduction of the drug blocks the impulses that cause the body to sweat, causing sweat glands to contract and reduce sweat. The effect of one procedure lasts from 4-8 months.