Crow’s feet are an unfortunate side-effect of aging, but even more unfortunate is that this type of wrinkle, a fan-like spread that begin at the outermost corner of the eye and radiate outwards, can appear prematurely. And these wrinkles are difficult to treat using certain at-home methods. But thankfully Botox has proven to be an effective treatment against the possible development of or potential intensity of this type of wrinkle.
Crow’s Feet and Botox:
Botox is an FDA approved treatment that gets injected into the facial muscles to weaken them. The muscles in our face are responsible for certain expressions, such as smiling or frowning, and these expressions, both in intensity and frequency, are responsible for the development of this type of wrinkle.
When we age the skin around our eyes, lips, and even forehead develops wrinkles, and, in some cases, these wrinkles can force an appearance that is much older than we actually are. Botox has been clinically proven to treat these mild to severe facial wrinkles; in fact, it’s been an effective treatment for over 11 million men and women.
A Botox treatment requires no downtime, and it can be completed in 30 minutes or less. Amazingly, you can come into Central Wellness for a quick treatment and be back out living your life in no time—Central Wellness will also have complimentary make-up to keep you looking your best following a treatment. There are possible side-effects, although most side-effects from a Botox Cosmetics treatment are mild; the most commonly experienced side-effect from a Botox injection is bruising. The potential effects of the Botox on the appearance of facial wrinkles will vary between persons, but most see limited movement in the treated facial muscles within 7-14 days. Youthful-looking smooth skin should continue throughout the effective Botox range, which is usually 3 to 4 months.
If you have Crow’s feet and would like to speak with a Botox professional about the effect that Botox could have on your facial wrinkles, then call Central Wellness today and schedule a consultation, or your first appointment.