Raising Eyebrows with Botox –A Noninvasive Brow lift Option
Kristen decided to have Botox because from working in a board-certified plastic surgeon’s office, she’s seen how Botox helps raise low-set eye brows, brightening up a patient’s face in addition to reducing crow’s feet and other facial wrinkles.
Botulinum Toxin (Botox) is the most popular nonsurgical procedure in the United States. It relaxes and smooths the look of lines and wrinkles caused by repetitive movements on the face.
Prior to injecting Botox, an experienced physician will ask you to make various facial expressions to see how strong your muscles are in order to determine how many units of Botox he/she should inject into specific areas of your face.
“It is a painless and fast procedure. I didn’t experience bruising or redness. You lose the ability to move your face as much as before; however I’m still able to express myself, and my makeup settles on my face better!” exclaims Kristen.
Botulinum Toxin is also used cosmetically to balance facial asymmetry and relax tight neck bands, as well as medically to reduce perspiration and to treat migraine headaches and muscle spasticity.
For more information about Botulinum Toxin, explore the procedure page.