Age and sadness can cause wrinkles on your face. Botox can help erase those wrinkles on your face like wind in the sand.
WHAT ARE SOME OF THE MAJOR CAUSES OF FOREHEAD WRINKLES?
Age is the number one cause of wrinkles. As we get older, muscles on your face go haywire and contracted like a contracted leg of a stroke patient. When you are mad and frown often the procerus muscle and corrugator muscle slowly write number 11 on your forehead. Squinting to read a paper too often and you can get a crowfeet or lines across your forehead thanks to the orbicularis oculi muscle.
WHAT ARE THE TREATMENT OPTIONS AVAILABLE TO COMBAT FOREHEAD WRINKLES?
Botox is one of the best ways to alleviate forehead wrinkles. Botox relaxes the muscle from working therefore getting rid of the crease. Other medication such as Xeomin allows “for wrinkle reduction but natural movement of the area.”
WHO IS A GOOD CANDIDATE FOR EACH TREATMENT OPTION?
If you’re starting to see wrinkles in your mid-to-late twenties or early thirties, it is best to get Botox injections. The later you start the more difficult it is to achieve the ideal results. Starting earlier can keep patients looking young and unchanged over the years. But with too much Botox, your face won’t move in a natural way like a person with a mask.
HOW OFTEN SHOULD PATIENTS RECEIVE TREATMENT, AND HOW LONG DOES EACH TREATMENT LAST?
Botox wears away after three months so get your botox treatment every 10 to 12 weeks is ideal. It is like filling up a gas tank on your car, you don’t want it to get to zero and then fill it up again. You try to tend to fill it up before it’s empty.
WHAT RESULTS CAN YOU EXPECT AFTER TREATMENT?
The first day after injection, you won’t see any changes. After the first day of treatment, you can expect a smoother, tighter skin with less winkles. Give it another three to five days to see the full results of your treatment.
WHAT ARE THE RISKS OR SIDE EFFECTS TO CONSIDER WHEN UNDERGOING A TREATMENT FOR FOREHEAD WRINKLES?
At the hand of an experience injector, there are not many risks. But at the hand of a novice, you can see Frankensteine eye brown, or bruises and headache like a domestic abuse patient. Also, too much Botox can paralyze the muscle and your eyebrows don’t move and you feel your eyelids are a little too heavy.
HOW MUCH DOES EACH TREATMENT COST?
Botox costs anywhere from $7 per unit to $20 per unit. A crow feet treatment requires about ten units each eye. A forehead treatment requires about 20 units. So a total treatment of about $300 to $800.
ARE THERE ANY OTHER WAYS TO TREAT FOREHEAD WRINKLES?
Antiaging cream can help your face to slow down the process of aging. Live healthy, smile often, avoid being mad and frowning can slow down wrinkles. Staying hydrated can help reduce wrinkles and improve skin laxity. Daily use sunscreen can slow down the aging process caused by sun damage.”