Botox facts and fiction – The lowdown on what you really need to know

You’re going to have a frozen face, and once you start getting Botox you can never stop – Fiction! These and other anti-wrinkle injections myths might put you off trying the World’s number one anti – aging treatment, but don’t let them! If you are considering Botox here’s more about the actual facts behind the procedure.

What happens during a Botox procedure?
FACT: Anti-wrinkle injections are on the frontline of anti-ageing treatments. When injected in small doses into targeted areas, anti-wrinkle injections block the signals between the nerves and the muscles, causing the muscles to relax. They reduce the appearance of lines to produce a look that is fresh, more youthful and, most importantly, natural.

What areas does Botox treat?
FACT: Botox is a non permanent, non surgical way to treat fine lines under the eyes, Crow’s feet, forehead wrinkles, all the dreaded tell-tale signs of aging. The results will be obvious to you 2-5 days after your treatment and will last for up to four months.

What should I look for in a Botox Clinic?
FACT: Now that you know the basics, it is important to get the best possible Botox practitioners and Clinic to perform your procedure. Look for a Doctor led Clinic and remember that only medical Doctors can administer anti-wrinkle injectables. Professional clinics will offer a thorough consultation process to assess your skin and your aging concerns before you have any procedure.

Ireland’s no.1 Botox Clinic
FACT: Thérapie Clinic are Europe’s no.1 Botox Clinic, with a number of clinics throughout Ireland and the UK. Well known for many years as the leading aesthetic experts in Ireland, Thérapie are a highly experienced, Doctor led Clinic who have over the past few years treated many celebrities and well known faces in Ireland, as well as everyday customers who know they can trust the Thérapie brand for a professional and quality procedure.

Book a free consultation today
Learn more about booking a Free one to one consultation with the Thérapie team in one of their Clinics throughout Ireland by calling 1890 650 750 or online at