Botox is not just a fad that is soon to vanish. More and more people are deciding to give it a try and see first-hand the benefits it provides them and their aging facial skin. However, the average age of Botox users continues to decrease. It is not uncommon for people in their 20s to get Botox to prevent wrinkles that have not even developed. Although there is no proof of preventative Botox from being hazardous, there are still things to consider to know you are a good candidate.
Do You Like What You See in the Mirror?
If you have started noticing more fine lines and wrinkles in your face and are unhappy with how the aging process has affected you it may be time to get Botox injections. Botox can fix:
Crows Feet: Lines around the eyes from smiling and age.
Forehead Wrinkles: Deeper lines that have developed from age on the forehead.
Frown Lines: Fine lines and wrinkles on the face caused from frowning.
Fine lines and minor wrinkles are best treated with Botox. Deeper wrinkles may require cosmetic surgery to fix. To determine if your fine lines and wrinkles can be treated with Botox, a cosmetic surgeon can be consulted.
Do You Take Care of Yourself?
In case you need one more reason to start eating right and moving more, then here it is. Although it is not a requirement, a healthy diet and exercise along with Botox can give you even better results than using Botox alone. Botox treatments are considered to be more of a ‘helper’ for your facial lines and wrinkles. Not only will your face look spectacular but you will be rewarded with a healthy body as well.
Men and women that are interested in using Botox can speak with their doctor or cosmetic surgeon to see if they are a good candidate. Understanding the risks and how to prevent complications is vital before starting Botox treatments.
Bella Rosa, a Houston Med Spa, helps men and women look as young as they feel with their cosmetic treatments, including Botox. Other procedures they offer for youthful looking skin include Juvederm, Radiesse Wrinkle Treatment, and microdermabrasion.