Baby botox, also known as preventive botox, requires small percentages of botulinum toxin to be injected into young patients to prevent the onset of wrinkles and other skin problems.
The baby botox boom
According to statistics provided by the American Society of Reconstructive and Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, about 18% of aesthetic medicine treatments carried out in recent years, including botox injections, have been requested by Millennials. This trend underlines how young people are increasingly concerned about appearance and how much they are willing to invest (in terms of time and money) in taking care of their appearance. Baby Botox is used as a preventive aesthetic medicine treatment that guarantees a greater brightness of the face and less visibility of the signs of aging. Both young women and young men use the use of botulinum toxin for this purpose. Even the male public is increasingly interested in resorting to aesthetic medicine to maintain their appearance.
What is preventive Botox treatment?
Injections of botulinum toxin are carried out, unlike those of hyaluronic acid, in dynamic wrinkles, that is, those formed due to the movements of the facial muscle.
The treated areas are:
- The frontal area
- The glabellar area, that portion of the face between the eyebrows
- The periocular area, i.e., the eye contour
- The peribuccal area, which is the one around the lips
Preventive botox is even less invasive than conventional botox: in fact, the quantity of product used is less, usually does not exceed a vial. The results are visible after a few days and remain for the following months.
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