Botox and Fillers can confuse users because they seem a bit indistinct, but it is even worse when you are thinking about injectables. The popularity of the beauty products in conjunction with the super drugs like Botox and Dermal fillers has become a topic to all the ladies, celebs and socialites in their anti-aging procedures. ReinventMe offers those products and more.
Here’s everything you need to know
According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, there are more than ten million Botox and dermal filler procedures recorded in the year 2005. Botox and dermal fillers are cosmetic treatments taken through injections and do not involve surgery. Botox has a purified bacteria that allows the muscles to freeze when performing the procedure. This treatment helps in minimizing the wrinkles and line appearance on the forehead that are caused by facial expressions (frowning, smiling, and squinting).
Botox and Fillers anti-aging procedures
Dermal fillers take care of the aging skin by adding fullness to the areas that have thinned and it contains some special ingredients. The thinning is mainly common in the cheeks and around the human mouth. Botox is harmful and dangerous when used in large amounts because it comprises of a purified form of botulinum toxin that is able to correct wrinkles and aligantin the skin. It works by blocking the signals from the nerve to the muscle where it has been injected. It paralyzes the muscles temporarily allowing the wrinkles to be softened and for easier removal. Botox comes with some side effects that include; pain, swelling, redness, bleeding, headache, rashes, flu-like symptoms, hives, swallowing, skin itching, nausea, breathing problems, vision problems, dry mouth and many more.
Dermal fillers are normally injected in the skin to increase skin fullness and volume. These fillers can last from six months to two years, depending on the texture of your skin. Dermal fillers are used to correct plump lips, filling skin, shallow areas, wrinkle shadow removal that is found below the eye and softening of recessed scars on the face. This too has some effects despite of it being safe to use. These include; skin rashes, redness, the appearance of overcorrection of wrinkles, death of skin cells or even vision problems.
The differences between Botox and dermal fillers are; Botox stops wrinkles and creases caused by facial expressions, by freezing the muscles. It deals with the wrinkles that are found on the forehead and around the eye surroundings. Botox results can last up to four to five months after the application. Dermal fillers use a special acid known as hyaluronic acid to fill up the plump areas like the wrinkles around the mouth, fullness’ cheeks and thin lips. It is also used for areas that has lost volume like the forehead and acts as a smoother too. Dermal filler results vary depending on the type of filler applied.
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