How To Maximize Your Botox Treatment

Although the results of Botox Cosmetic usually last up to 4 months, there are steps you can take to optimize the results to ensure you are getting the most out of each and every Botox treatment.

1.Wash and moisturize your skin daily. Proper skin care will maximize Botox benefits by keeping skin nourished and decreasing reappearance of wrinkles and deep lines. Medical grade skin care such Vivier, Skintx, and Platine will help your protect and repair your skin from signs of ageing and works beautifully in conjunction with Botox.
2. Use an injectable filler such a Juvéderm in conjunction with Botox. While Botox will help with relaxing frown and forehead lines, use Juvéderm to fill in any deeper set, static wrinkles that may be appearing the region. In conjunction, results will look better and last longer.

3. Opt for laser treatments to even out further deep lines that Botox does not completely treat. This can also get rid of any dark circles or spots on the skin by removing the outer layers of dead skin and exposing fresh, new skin. A great option is Fraxel Skin Resurfacing , this treatment helps diminish fine lines and wrinkles. It also renews the skin’s surface giving you a refreshed, youthful glow and a feeling of renewed confidence.

4. Eat protein rich foods. Additional protein can boost Botox effectiveness since the treatment is a form of protein. Foods such as legumes, lean meats, and nuts are ideal when requiring increased protein intake.

5. Visit Skin Vitality Medical Clinic for maintenance injections once you feel the Botox starting to lose effectiveness. Botox treatments usually last anywhere from two to four months. Maintenance is required in order to reap the benefits of treatment.

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