‘Botox’ (or Botulinum toxin) is a chemical made from a purified protein that exhibits paralysing properties, which is produced by Allergen in the United States. It is also a botulinum toxin product approved by the domestic SFDA&US FDA. It had been used in the past 20 years and approved by 83 countries, and also been widely used by tens of millions of people. Its safety and effectiveness have been proven.
Contour shaping: mandibular margin lifting/face-lift injection/shoulder injection/thigh injection
Principle: The human brain transmits chemical electrode messages to the muscles, causing muscle contraction and movement. These messages are transmitted to muscles through nerves through a substance called acetylcholine. If excessive amounts of acetylcholine are released during the process, the muscles will become tight due to overactivity. Injecting Botox into the muscles, by inhibiting the transmission of acetylcholine transmitter at the neuromuscular junction, the muscles gradually atrophy and achieve the effect of thin face, legs and shoulders.
Wrinkle removal: crow's feet/brow lines/nose back lines/forehead lines/eye wrinkles
Principle: By injecting Botox to relax the muscles that cause wrinkles, the skin becomes smoother, younger, and more youthful. It is a simple and no-surgery method. It is suitable for improving the dynamic patterns of several small parts of the face such as fore-up lines, smiling lines, eye lines, etc. It makes our face more refined. The injection effect can last for several months, and the treatment effect is good to preventing the formation of wrinkles, whilst existing lines are softened.
Others: excessive sweating/relief underarm odor
Principle: By injecting Botox, the effect of blocking acetylcholine at the nerve end can be achieved. Therefore it could achieve the purpose of inhibiting sweat secretion and treating underarm odor.
It can take about 7-14 days to see the full effects after the initial treatment. The cosmetic effects can last up to six months.
1.People who have previously had an allergic reaction to Botulinum toxin type A injections;
2.People with infection at the proposed injection site;
3.People with muscle problems or chronic diseases affecting the muscles, such as Myasthenia Gravis, Eaton Lambert syndrome;
4.Women who are pregnant or breast feeding.