Botox Treatment Irvine
Botox Treatments can expediently and safely reduce the look of fines lines and wrinkles by temporarily relaxing select facial muscles.
Botox Treatment is ideal for frown lines, forehead creases and crow’s feet. Treatments are recommended once every 3-4 months depending on your objectives.
We always recommend that you come in for a free consultation and VISIA skin analysis for a professional assessment with one of our expert medical staff. You can ask all your questions and discuss in detail your treatment objectives to come up with the optimum treatment plan for you.
Booking a consultation is easy. You can call, text or book online.
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Your most important Questions answered
What is Botox?
Botox (short for Botulinum Toxin) is a highly effective treatment used worldwide for smoothing wrinkles and fine lines around the forehead, glabella and eyes as well as for lifting the brow. Doctors have been using Botox for years to successfully treat wrinkles and lines.
How does Botox Work?
Botulinum toxin which is best known under the trademarked name “Botox”, blocks signals travelling from the nerves to the muscles. The injectedarea of muscle are not able to contract which in turn makes your wrinkles relax and soften, resulting in softer, smoother skin.
How Long do Botox treatments last?
If you want to maintain your wrinkle-free skin, we recommend that you receive a treatment every four to six months to ensure those muscles remain inactive. As the muscle action gradually increases, the lines and wrinkles reappear and need to be treated again. Who wants that? The better than good news is that lines and wrinkles often appear less severe over time because the muscles are shrinking.
How long does the treatment take?
It’s a very quick procedure. Getting Botox only takes a few minutes. Botox is injected with a fine needle into specific muscle groups. Most clients experience little to no discomfort. It takes on average 7 to 14 days to take full effect.
Is Botox Safe?
Yes, women and men around the world have been treated with BOTOX injections for many years and there are no-known long-term adverse effects from this treatment. Like most cosmetic treatments, side effects rarely occur.
What are the most common treated areas with Botox?
The most commonly treated areas are frown lines, forehead creases and crow’s feet near the eyes.
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Treatment at a glance
The Botox Treatment Protocol
Botox treatments are administered with a very thin and fine needle to inject small amounts of botulinum toxin into specific muscles in the areas you are being treated for.
By carefully choosing specific muscles, your healthcare provider weakens only the wrinkle-producing muscles, preserving your natural facial expressions. The injections usually take a few minutes.
The number of injections you need will depend on your facial features, treatment plan and objectives.
Crow’s feet, for example, usually demand two to three injections. Furrows above your brow could take five or more.
No anesthesia is required. There is no down time or recovery time for botulinum toxin injections.
Local anaesthetic creams can be applied prior to treatment if you have particularly sensitive skin.
Treatment TIP: Don’t rub or massage the treated areas after the wrinkle treatment because it can cause the botulinum toxin to migrate to another area of your face.
What our clients are saying about us
- What an amazing dream team. I love everyone at Illuminate. I usually see Abby for my hydra facials and I couldn't be happier. Thank you!Soraya S.
- Day 4 after treatment and I look so scary still. I so wish they would have told me I would be bruisedChristine O.
- I have to go outside and entertain my kids. I wouldn't have done this now had I known. WHAT. You didn't inform me before.Christine O.
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