Every time you look at yourself on the mirror, you will always notice if there any changes on your face. Many people are always keen on their appearances and the face being the most outstanding part of the body, it is important to keep it looking as appealing as you would want to be.
But what if one morning you notice there are wrinkles, drooping or fine lines on the skin around the eyebrows? Well, as we age, the skin’s tightness reduces, and it is an inevitable process. Nevertheless, there are various ways to maintain that youthful look and one of them is going through a botox brow lift.
This is a non-surgical process that helps to get rid of the frown lines between the eyebrows by injecting Botox around the area which is sagging so as to smoothen the skin around the brows.
This procedure is however not only limited to particular ages, as some may get it so as to change the shape of their eyebrow arches so as to get a refined look.
How does it work?
Essentially, what the botox does is to relax some muscles surrounding the eyes that help to raise and lower eyebrows. It causes the nerve impulses in the muscles to block, and this reduces the activity which usually results to frown lines. It is a very quick procedure, and the results stay for a period of 3-6 months.
What are the pros?
Before going for a botox, you should identify the right doctor who is highly skilled. Some of the advantages of this are:
- You experience less pain and discomfort during the procedure.
- It is less expensive than normal surgery
- It is very quick.
What are the cons?
Just like any other procedure, this also has its disadvantages which are:
- It is a temporary solution as it lasts for a short time.
- You may end up spending more money if you need constant touch-ups.
- The injected area may swell or get an infection
Having mentioned all these, you need to note that this procedure isn’t ideal for everyone. You need to tell your doctor if you have any health complications.
Also, avoid this procedure have you have any allergic reactions to botox ingredients, skin infections, bleeding issues, respiratory problems such as asthma or you have undertaken any facial surgery.