August 18, 2017
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The Many Faces of BOTOX
Many people have been using BOTOX® for years to relax away wrinkles and create a more youthful looking face. However, it turns out botulinum toxin is also good for so much more.
BOTOX can be used to minimize oil production in the skin, which can help reduce the frequency of breakouts. Although it can’t fully treat this issue, small doses can actually reduce the problem considerably, thus helping control oil production in the face.
Improving the Look of the Nose
Those who don’t want to get a nose job but have noticed age-related drooping of the nose can rejoice! This helpful substance can actually be injected below the nose and between the nostrils in order to mimic the effects of a tiplasty to lower the angle of the nose.
Although more studies need to be conducted for us to fully understand these results, botulinum toxin has been found to be effective for some individuals who experience chronic migraines. This is considered to be a last-ditch effort when other treatments do not work, but when it is injected into the forehead and scalp, it can decrease migraine frequency where pain medications cannot help.
For those who suffer from excessive sweating, this muscle-paralyzing wonder can stop sweat glands from overproducing. The treatment can be injected into the palms of the hands, armpits, or wherever excessive sweating is occurring.
Get BOTOX: New York City & Long Island
Are you in NYC or long Island and looking for an aesthetic injector? Contact James Christian Sardelli, RPA-C for an appointment.
Call 1-844-iBOTOX-NOW during normal business hours or our Customer Concierge line at 917-860-3113 (evenings and weekends). This line is available 24/7 via text.
James Christian Cosmetics provides superior aesthetic services to residents of Suffolk County and the surrounding areas of Long Island and beyond including East Setauket, Islip, West Hampton Beach, Commack, Manhattan, Brooklyn, Rockville Centre, Farmington, Babylon Village, and Huntington Bay, New York.