Are you interested in using Botox to smooth away your forehead wrinkles and lines – but you’re worried about potential side effects?
We’ve got the answers you’ve been searching for. Let’s take a closer look at Botox and its safety, including the most common Botox side effects.
Botox isn’t just safe; it’s actually approved by the FDA to treat forehead wrinkles, lines, and crow’s feet. This FDA-approval means that Botox has been highly vetted and tested in years of clinical trials. In fact, Botox has been around since 1985 but wasn’t released to the general market until the late 90s, when it had successfully completed all clinical trials.
While Botox is safe, it does carry some risks for side effects. Some of them are common, while others may be a little more rare. Let’s take a look at some of those Botox side effects now:
In the rarest of cases, Botox side effects may cause clients to have breathing issues.
You’re a good candidate for Botox injections if you have moderate wrinkles and fine lines, especially on your forehead and around your eyes. Botox is also a good solution for people who have furrow lines (also known as frown lines) between their eyebrows. Finally, Botox is a great choice for younger individuals who want to use it as a preventative measure to stave off wrinkles and lines.
Botox is ideal for candidates who are 25 and older.
” WOW! I went into my appointment with a negitive attitude. I have all of my cosmetic procedures done in Europe and have very high standards. Even though I came across skeptical, I was treated with patience and respect. I had PRP and Botox and am so impressed with the quality and results. It is so nice to have a doctor that knows what he’s doing!
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