Botox is a purified protein toxin derived from a bacterium called ‘Clostridium Botulinum’. Botox has broken new ground in skin rejuvenation treatments since 1991 as a non-surgical method. Botox shows its effect by preventing the release of substances that provide conduction in the nerve endings, and by stopping the transmission between the nerves and the organs reached by the nerves. This protein relaxes the muscles in the area where it is used, and provides the skin to tighten and therefore rejuvenate for a certain period of time. Botox essentially removes expression lines or moving lines. It has a corrective and preventive effect on wrinkles. The areas where it is most effective are the forehead and around the eyes. It is also used to reduce and eliminate sweating in the underarm area with excessive sweating. When Botox is applied to the sweat glands, the transmission between the sweat glands and nerve endings can also be stopped, thereby reducing the functioning of the sweat glands. The areas of the body that sweat the most are the palms and armpits. When botox is applied to the sweaty areas of people who suffer from excessive sweating and related sweat odor, their complaints are improved.
Botox is a very good treatment method that is effective, painless, and results in a short time when applied to the right patient and correctly. If deep wrinkles appear around your eyes and your eyes get smaller when you smile, if deep wrinkles occur in the middle of your eyebrows when you get angry, it may be appropriate to have Botox once a year to rest your skin.
Applying ice to this area for a very short time before and after Botox application reduces possible swelling or discomfort. Since the entire treatment takes about 10-15 minutes, it is possible to return to normal life immediately. However, after the application, one should not lie down for 2-4 hours and the application area should not be washed. In order for the botox not to disperse into the surrounding muscles, the botox-applied area should not be rubbed. It should not be applied to people with neuromuscular system diseases. It is not known exactly whether Botox has a harmful effect during pregnancy and lactation. For this reason, it is recommended not to apply Botox during pregnancy and breastfeeding.

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