Botox is a protein that is extracted from bacteria, has both cosmetic and medical use. Worldwide, Botox [botox, which is the term in Thai] injections have become popular and thousands of people have Botox treatment in a year. The injections can be used on some particular areas of the face like the wrinkles around the eyebrows, eyes, horizontal creases in the forehead, chin, etc. Botox can help you with many problems such as reducing wrinkles, sharpening your face, lifting the muscles of the eyebrows and the face. Moreover, it can help you curing any abnormalities caused by muscles, migraines, excessive sweating, and chronic postural apart from others.
Points to note
If you have any of the things that this portion of the article mentions, avoid getting Botox injections. If you have any allergic reactions to Botulinum Toxin, which is the extracted protein, avoid getting Botox. Check your allergic tendency by consulting a specialist doctor before deciding to go for the treatment. This treatment is a big no for pregnant or breastfeeding women who might pick up allergies that are quite harmful to both the mother and the foetus. Else, if you have any kind of bleeding disorder or muscle weakness, do not even think of trying the treatment. Therefore, make a good decision and cure yourself before getting this treatment.
What to do next
After undergoing the treatment, you need to do simple few things for few hours to get the best results and avoid any irritation. Botox is widely used and one of the most popular treatments in the cosmetic world and if you are doing Botox for the first time, here are a few of the tips to follow. Keep an ice bag ready and apply in case of any redness. Avoid lying down for about four hours right after the injection and avoid doing facial. Make sure not to consume alcohol for that day and avoid extreme heat and exercises, which might make you more vulnerable to other discomforts.