Botox® and Dermal Fillers Explained
Many individuals use Botox® and dermal fillers to treat wrinkles and frown lines. If you want to look younger and avoid the hassles and costs of cosmetic surgery, these two options are ideal. Both procedures are injectable, but it is important to understand their key differences and determine which one is right for you.
What is Botox?
Botox is a natural, purified protein that is used to temporarily relax your facial muscles – the muscles responsible for causing lines and wrinkles. In some cases, Botox may be used to treat excessive sweating or migraines. It is the original and best-known name when it comes to non-surgical wrinkle treatments and it has been extensively tested for safety.
Here are a few facts you should know regarding Botox:
What is A Dermal Filler?
As you start to age, your natural elastin and collagen begin to fade. The skin thins out, dries and has difficulty repairing itself. Dermal fillers inject a naturally occurring hyaluronic acid (HA) into the skin to treat wrinkles and lines. A few facts regarding these dermal fillers:
Thérapie Clinic is available to help you decide whether Botox or dermal fillers are right for you. If you have frown lines, wrinkles or crow’s feet, we offer consultations to help find the right treatment based on your skin type and goals.
Meet with a wrinkle specialist at Thérapie Clinic for a free consultation today. Call us on 0800 511 8554 in the UK or find a clinic near you.