Botox injections are most commonly associated with getting rid of wrinkles, but did you know that Botox can also be used to stop excessive sweating? This treatment is called axillary hyperhidrosis, and it’s a common condition that can be quite embarrassing and disrupting to your everyday life. Fortunately, there are options available to help treat…
Smiling is a beautiful way to undoubtedly light up a room and make those around you feel warm and welcome. Although every smile is unique and special in its own way, sometimes certain features such as having a substantial amount of your upper gumline showing may make you feel self-conscious and even insecure when you smile.
In case you don’t know: Botox doesn’t last forever. How long the results will stay differ from patient to patient, but in a typical scenario, the results generally last for three to four months. Some factors that can affect the length of Botox duration include the type of dermal filler and its thickness in the formula. It doesn’t matter whether you are looking to get Botox for the first or eleventh time; it always feels great to have maximum results that last as long as possible.
Our culture profoundly impacts how we perceive and value ourselves. Our culture is our way of life. Our culture is our customs, fashion styles, languages, religions, rituals, arts, beliefs, and how we portray meaning to our experiences and what is around us.
Dermal fillers provide the perfect opportunity to enhance your beauty with non-surgical, fast-acting results. The use of dermal fillers over the past few decades has greatly increased among patients of all ages, covering a variety of treatment needs. Fillers are a great solution for more long-lasting, visibly immediate results. This explains why many patients today are getting fillers, rather than just Botox, or are coming into BB Aesthetic for a combination of the two types of injectables.
While frustrating to many, wrinkles are a natural part of the natural aging process. As we age, our skin loses elasticity and becomes thinner. Our skin also becomes more susceptible to damage, drier, and retains less moisture. All of these factors, coupled with the challenges posed by sun damage, lead to creases, lines on the skin, and wrinkles.