How Is Wrinkle Relaxing Treatment Done?
Using neuromodulators, or “wrinkle relaxing treatments,” is a common cosmetic procedure for temporarily reducing the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines on the face. Botulinum toxin type A (Botox, Dysport, or Xeomin) is the most widely used neuromodulator.
The standard operating procedure is as follows:
●During a consultation, you and your doctor will talk about your health history and what you hope to achieve. They will examine your face and skin to figure out what course of action is best for you to take.
●For the injection, your skin will be sterilised. The target area can be numbed with a local anaesthetic if you choose.
●A fine needle will inject the neuromodulator into the affected muscles. Injecting is a simple and quick procedure that causes little discomfort.
●To prevent the toxin from spreading, you should not rub or massage the treated region for a few hours after Wrinkle Relaxing Treatment. It’s possible that you’ll be told to rest easy and stay up standing for a while.
In most cases, the treatment’s effects can be seen within a week, and they can persist for three months at the longest. To keep the effects going, you’ll need to get more treatments. Note that while Wrinkle Relaxing Treatment can help, they are not a permanent cure and will need to be done on a regular basis to keep wrinkles at bay.