How Does Botox Work
Botox is a non-surgical and non-invasive procedure to treat wrinkles. Small amounts of Botox are injected into the wrinkle-producing muscles of the face. For example, when Botox is injected into the muscles surrounding the eyes, those muscles will not be able to contract for a period of time, causing crow's feet to disappear temporarily. In other words, the muscle-relaxing agent contained within Botox will relax the muscles for a short time, creating the inability for those muscles to create facial expressions. It is repeated facial expressions, which can form creases and wrinkles over time. Just a few small injections of Botox is all it takes to greatly reduce the muscle contractions which cause skin to form lines and wrinkles. Repeated sessions are suggested for more long-term results.
Botox is a very effective and relatively inexpensive way to look younger.