Botox

  One of the most popular anti-aging treatments today, Botox Cosmetic
  injections reduce the appearance of dynamic facial wrinkles, or lines
  caused by the movement of muscles. Botox can also lift sagging
  eyebrows, improve neck lines and treat excessive sweating
  (hyperhidrosis).

How it works

  Botox blocks certain chemical signals that cause muscles to contract,
  temporarily relaxing the facial muscles that cause wrinkles. Botox is
  FDA-approved to correct frown lines between the eyebrows and forehead
  creases. It can also be used to treat wrinkles on other areas of the
  face, including crow's feet, lines around the nose, or "smoker's
  lines" around the mouth.

  Botox injections can also be combined with a facial filler such as
  Juvederm or Radiesse to maximize results.

 

Treatment and recovery

  Botox injections take only 10 to 15 minutes and are relatively
  painless. The treatment requires no downtime; you can return to your
  normal daily activities immediately. You may experience some slight
  redness or bruising at the injection site. Do not rub or massage the
  treated areas, as this can cause the Botox to migrate to a different
  area. Do not lie flat on your back or engage in strenuous exercise for
  the remainder of the day.

Results

  Some results may be visible after a few days, but in some cases it may
  take as long as two weeks to see the full effects. Repeat injections
  are necessary every three to six months as the effects wear off. Botox
  will not reverse wrinkling caused by sun damage.

  Your skin type, skin thickness, and the degree of wrinkling are all
  factors that determine whether these injections will be effective in
  reducing the appearance of your wrinkles.