What is Baby Botox?
When it comes to skincare or cosmetic procedures to help you look youthful, there is a fair share of options available to you. You can be sure to find a product that you need, specifically for your desired results. Some types of injectable fillers and products made to eliminate lines and wrinkles, as well as prevent new ones from forming, are more popular than others. One example of this type of filler is the popular FDA-approved treatment known as Botox. Botox is a very popular procedure that is performed quite frequently around the world, and since it has been approved as being quite safe, many women (and men, too!) choose to get this done on a regular basis. However, some individuals may worry that there are a lot of harmful chemicals in these types of procedures – mainly the toxin specific to Botox. Because of this, a new “type” of Botox is becoming more and more popular – it is known as Baby Botox.
What is Botox?
Botox is a type of filler that involves injecting botulinum toxin type A, a solution that works to block nerve impulses in the injected area. By blocking the nerve impulses, it essentially immobilizes the area, preventing it from moving in ways that lead to repetitive motion, which can lead to fine lines and wrinkles (think frown lines or forehead lines). Doing this can prevent wrinkles and fine lines from getting worse, as well as prevent new ones from appearing. In fact, Botox has become so popular, that it isn’t just for the face anymore – in fact, you can get Botox on many different areas of the body! Botox has even been approved for medical concerns, such as bladder control issues and migraines, as well as excessive sweating. Botox is considered a safer alternative to plastic surgery and other types of injectables and can be performed in your doctor’s office on lunch breaks, leaving you with little to no downtime whatsoever.
What is Baby Botox?
Baby Botox is also known as Micro Botox and is a new form of Botox that is becoming more and more popular. This type of Botox uses the same botulinum toxin type A, however, it is used in smaller amounts than traditional Botox. This can alleviate the fears of many individuals who are afraid they are getting too high of a dose of the ingredients found within the Botox solution. Baby Botox also has another great benefit: since it does not contain as high levels as traditional Botox, it can actually help to make the skin appear more natural and soft looking, as opposed to being harsher with a full dose of Botox. While traditional Botox can be used on areas other than the face, Baby Botox can only be used on the face. It allows your skin to look more youthful and radiant, as well as natural looking – which can be what some individuals are looking for, especially if they want to stray away from the harsher, more prominent “frozen” look that they may think of when they hear about regular Botox.
Who Is Baby Botox For?
Baby Botox is a wonderful treatment for those who have never gotten Botox injections before. Since it is a bit more gentle than traditional Botox, and will not produce the same harsh effect. Baby Botox is also a good introduction to Botox for those who are looking for only slight changes to their face, and for those who are hoping for a more natural appearance. It is also a great choice for younger individuals who want to eliminate very fine lines and prevent more from showing before they get older. Baby Botox is a wonderful way for individuals to reach goals without having to have the full dose of Botox injected, making it a more approachable way to look younger!
How is Baby Botox Administered?
Baby Botox is administered quite the same way as traditional Botox, with a few key differences. For example, it can only be used on the face. It also can be given in targeted micro-injections instead of traditional full injections, so that not as much is injected into a single place, and is spread out better than traditional Botox.
If you would like to learn more about Botox, Baby Botox, or other injectables, call the office of Dr. Ghozland today at 310-393-9359 and we will be happy to help!