Botox may be used alongside other technologies to treat the following conditions:
Frown lines (also called glabellar lines) are vertical lines that appear between the eyebrows. They can appear over time from the effects of age, sun exposure or habitual frowning. As we age, our skin becomes less elastic and these lines may become more pronounced or persist giving the impression that one is frowning or stressed. The frown lines appear softened giving you a fresher and more rested appearance.
Forehead lines are created when our muscles in the forehead (frontalis muscle) contract as we lift our eyebrows. Static lines are created resulting in horizontal lines across the forehead. Wrinkle relaxing injections can help smooth out these lines, helping to create a softer more refreshed look and are one of the most common reasons people request treatment.
Crow’s feet are fine lines that appear at the corners of the eyes, while smiling, laughing, and sometimes when the face is relaxed. One of the main causes is sun exposure, causing premature skin ageing. The muscle surrounding the eye (orbicularis oculi) is treated with Botox. Treating this area has the benefit of tightening the skin of the eyelid and giving a slight lift to your eyebrow.
Bunny lines are the horizontal wrinkles that form across the bridge of the nose. Bunny lines tend to form naturally as an effect of years of smiling or frowning.
Nefertiti Neck Lift as it is called, tightens and refines the neck and jaw line for an elegant and more youthful look without any downtime.
Excessive sweating (also known as Hyperhidrosis) is a condition in which a person sweats excessively under their armpits, palms of hands, soles of feet and forehead.