Botox


THE TREATMENT – LUNCH BREAK FACELIFT

Botox is the brand we trust for smoothing lines and wrinkles. We can quickly and easily transform your look with a few properly placed injections. The result is a natural, relaxed and rejuvenated appearance where you can still make facial expressions.

WHAT YOU WANT – ELIMINATE WRINKLES

Subtle, natural facial relaxation is what you can expect from Botox treatments. Botox can make your eyebrows arch a bit higher, which lifts the eyelids and opens the eyes. It can also reduce the worried appearance of a tense, lined forehead, along with many other cosmetic and therapeutic benefits.

What is Botox?

BOTOX® Cosmetic is a safe, reliable injectable medication, which blocks the actions of certain nerves. For wrinkles, this means relaxing the muscles that crease the skin or pull the skin down. For excess sweating, it disables the nerves, which stimulate the sweat glands.

BOTOX® is the brand name of a protein produced in the laboratory from the Clostridium botulinum bacterium. Although the source of BOTOX® is a poison, BOTOX® itself is not a poison. It is modified extensively in the lab and its concentration is diluted, making it one of the safest medications known. When injected at the right dose and using the correct injection technique, side effects are extraordinarily rare. Our Medical Aestheticians are trained in correctly injecting it, and as such delivers some of the finest BOTOX® Denver can offer.

BOTOX® Cosmetic is very effective at:

  • Smoothing wrinkles and folds such as:
  • Forehead worry lines
  • Between the brows frown lines
  • Crow’s feet at the sides of the eyes
  • Vertical lines around the lips
  • Dimpling of the chin
  • Lifting the eyebrows and corners of the mouth
  • Relaxing vertical neck bands
  • Reducing the frequency and severity of migraine and tension headaches
  • Relieving excess sweating (hyperhidrosis) in the palms, face, underarms and soles of the feet
  • Eliminating the pain and discomfort of teeth grinding and TMJ
  • Decreasing the frequency of migraine headaches