Baby Botoks


Baby botoks/Botoks facial

The key difference between baby botoks, botoks facial and regular Botulinum infusion is that baby Botoks treatment uses smaller amounts of the serum (cocktail) to give a very natural look and result similar with regular botoks infusion. The results are very similar to regular doses of Botulinum but the muscles are not paralyzed.

How does it work?

It reduces wrinkles and makes the face smooth and relaxed – but it does not paralyze our facial expressions (which sometimes happens with classic botoks). Baby botoks is a real hit in rejuvenation – and one of the biggest trends in aesthetic and cosmetic applications. Baby botoks is a new way of administering serum (cocktail), which is gaining more and more popularity especially among young people. It consists of infusing a very small amount of botoks using many small and shallow punctures (in the classic version, a few places are infused and the doses are much higher). In practice, this technique is very similar to mesotherapy, hence the term “mesobotoks” can often be found. Thanks to the fact that the procedure uses much smaller doses of the serum (cocktail) than with classic botoks, we get the effect of refreshing and loosening the skin, without the risk of “freezing” facial expressions.

What can be treated?

- Forehead Lines
- Glabella/Frown Line
- Crow’s Feet
- Bunny Lines
- Peri-oral Lines (Smoker’s Lines)
- Marionette Lines
- Mentalis Dysfunction (Chin “Dents”)

What are the contraindications to receive baby botoks infusion?

Baby botoks is contraindicated in individuals with:
- Pre-existing medical conditions that cause muscle weakness, including motor neurone disease (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis) and myasthenia gravis.
- Infection overlying the infusion site.
- Previous allergic or hypersensitive reactions to any serum (cocktail) ingredient.
- Baby Botoks should also be avoided during pregnancy and while breastfeeding.
- Certain medications that enhance the effects serum should be avoided. These medications include tetracycline antibiotics and aminoglycoside antibiotics.
- Blood thinners — including aspirin, warfarin and dabigatran — increase the risk of significant bruising from infusion sites.

How long does it last?

3-6 months, it depends from product we use and from the person we treat
forehead and crows feet
from $250   20min
full face
from $350   40min


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