30 May Benefits of Botox You Might Not Know
Most people know that Botox is an injectable that does an incredible job of nipping lines and wrinkles in the bud. In fact, Scottsdale Botox is one of the most popular procedures at Parson Skin Center. It works by temporarily freezing the targeted muscles to prevent the face from forming unwanted lines. Some of the most popular injection spots are between the eyebrows, the forehead, around the eyes, and to address frown lines that form near the mouth.
However, there are additional perks to Botox you may not know about. If you’re interested in Scottsdale Botox, keep in mind these added benefits:
1. It can raise the brows for a non-surgical mini eye or facelift. Botox does a fantastic job of controlling the muscles, and that includes muscles that allow the eyelids and brows to droop. Droopiness is a natural occurrence with age, but a lot of people aren’t ready for surgery (or would rather avoid it entirely). Botox can be used to lift eyelids or brows for up to six months temporarily. Love the results? Maintenance Scottsdale Botox is fast and easy.
2. Botox can control sweating. Botox can be an alternative treatment to address excessive sweating, too. It can be injected in the armpits, palms, or soles of the feet. Botox doesn’t stop sweating entirely (that wouldn’t be a good thing), but it can reduce perspiration dramatically. This helps you avoid embarrassing situations and minimizes odor.
3. It can help greatly with migraines. Some patients were first introduced to Botox not to address lines and wrinkles, but because they were searching for a non-drug alternative to migraine control. Many clients experience fantastic results using Botox for migraine prevention. It can also be used for chronic headache sufferers who don’t fall into the migraine category. When treating headaches, Botox injections may be covered by your insurance.
Schedule a Botox Appointment Today at Parson Skin Center!
Botox is certainly a miracle-worker for stopping lines and wrinkles, but there’s also a lot more to this injectable. To learn more or schedule your appointment, contact Parson Skin Center today.