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Wrinkle treatment for women

Aging is an inevitable process and so is wrinkling. Both men and women get wrinkles with age, but the latter are more prone to this kind of skin imperfection, and probably more conscious as well. Smoothness and suppleness of skin tells the women where a woman stands in terms of beauty and age. A flawless skin, free of wrinkles and blemishes is celebrated. Every woman wants a healthy and glowing forever young looking skin, with the ultimate goal of looking more and more beautiful or at least the best she can.

If you are also seeking an effective treatment for these nasty facial lines and wrinkles, adding a few more years to your actual age, try Botox treatment for face. Botox, brand name for a naturally occurring neurotoxin botulinum toxin type A, is a prescribed medicine used to eliminate wrinkles and creases from face and around the neck that gradually appear on skin over time due to repeated facial movements. The toxin is injected directly into the skin using hair-thin needles, where it sticks itself to the nerve endings, blocking transmission of nerve impulses that lead to wrinkle causing muscle contractions. When the muscles do not contract, they ultimately relax and the wrinkles become less visible.

The best thing about this kind of anti-wrinkle treatment is that it offers instant results. The procedure is also quite simple and safe, taking 10 to 15 minutes at most. Effects of Botox injection can be seen immediately after the procedure and generally last for three to four months, depending on the individual’s skin type, extent of severity and the technique used. 

Remember that the experience of your practitioner plays a key role in determining how safe and effective the procedure will be. Only a board-certified experienced dermatologist or cosmetic plastic surgeon can administer Botox injections. Getting the treatment from an amateur may cause spread of toxin to the neighboring muscles, leading to side effects such as drooping eyelids, crooked smile, difficulty in breathing and swallowing etc.

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