Botox applications

Botox is a brand name for a toxin produced by the bacterium Clostridium botulinum. Botox has the ability to paralyze when given more than usual to the body. However, in recent years the benefits of Botox have been made available through research by scientists. Small, diluted (weakened) amounts can be injected directly into specific muscles for controlled muscle relaxation.

The FDA approved this use in the late 1980s when it was discovered that botox could stop diseases such as blepharospasm (involuntary tightening of the eyelids) and strabismus (sluggish eye). Plastic surgeons have been using botox to successfully treat wrinkles for years. Toxic is used for Treatments for frowns, crow’s feet (wrinkles around the eyes) and excessive underarm sweating allowed.

Where is Botox used?

  • Botox is preferred not only for aesthetic purposes, but also for therapeutic methods.
  • To relax the muscles (including neck muscles)
  • With the sluggish eye problem
  • For neurological diseases

  • In the treatment of excessive sweating
  • In the treatment of chronic migraines
  • For urinary incontinence problems
  • With twitching eyes

  • In removing skin folds
  • Use to achieve a lifting effect on the skin


When the botox product is injected into the facial lines, the muscles in the area of ​​application are paralyzed, which reduces the appearance of wrinkles. You will see the final result in 3-6 days after the injection, and the botox application will last about 6 months.

Over time, the uses of botox have increased. Headache and neck pain, excessive sweating, migraines, facial cramps and muscle contractions are also areas of application.

Botox is a non-surgical application, this cosmetic product is used to remove medium and deep wrinkles, but you need to know that Botox application is not a definitive solution and it lasts for a certain period of time, the deeper the wrinkles get, the more possible it is the extra Treatments may be required. Other additional treatments that you can use include the following (laser, peeling or filling injections).

Botox areas of application

  • Horizontal forehead wrinkles

  • Wrinkles between the eyebrows
  • Eye contour lines
  • Lines and wrinkles around the mouth

  • Lines and wrinkles in the neck area

Who Can Use Botox?

Botox treatment can be used to treat wrinkles on the face and neck by anyone between the ages of 18-65.

Are there any risks?

The treated area may bruise and redden easily, headache and rarely flu-like symptoms. Botox has no significant risk; patients can continue their daily life after using botox. The application shows its effect after 2-3 days. You can enjoy the young and energetic look of Botox for 6 months.