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Why Botox Treatments Are Raising Eyebrows

By Colleen Rock
October 31, 2019
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When most people hear the word Botox they immediately think of wrinkles. But, did you know that it can also be used to raise your brow?

How Does It Work?

Botox is able to raise the eyebrow by an injector applying a small amount above the eyebrow in order to create a slight lift.

Nicknamed “baby Botox” this small dose of the good stuff can also help to address the wrinkled line in between your brows and on your forehead.

Why Not Surgery?

Brow Lifts have fallen in popularity after many patients walked away feeling that they had a surprised look on their face.

Additionally, many patients even experienced headache, scars and hair loss from surgery.

Baby Botox provides a non-surgical alternative which can provide a more understated brow lift, leaving you looking younger and ready for your day.

Who is This for?

Any person who is aging will experience wrinkles of the forehead.

What many do not realize is that the wrinkles on your forehead can impact the entire face’s appearance to include the eyebrow which can eventually look more furrowed as you age.

What Happens Next?

Some patients may experience swelling or bruising following Botox injection of any sort, this is normal and should go down eventually.

It is best to avoid exercise or lying flat and bending for 24 hours following your Botox treatment.

You should start seeing the effects of your Botox treatment within three to five days after receiving the injections.

The full effects will be seen after two weeks.

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Reston Dermatology & Cosmetic Center have the expertly trained Botox injectors to help you look and feel your very best.

For more information on Reston Dermatology or to view the full list of services visit the website today or call (703)766-2220.

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