The popularity of injectable botulinum isn’t going away any time soon. If you’re planning to get Botox in North Vancouver, be sure to keep the following things in mind.
Know where it’s coming from
Where is your doctor getting the filler? Find out. Make sure it’s from a top manufacturer of neurotoxins and fillers, Elle says. That eliminates the risk of getting an expired or contaminated product. Knowing that the product was legally obtained also means you won’t have to worry about possible infections.
Age doesn’t matter
Anyone can get a treatment, and there isn’t even an ideal age. For instance, if you’re in your twenties, but have premature lines and wrinkles, then getting Botox in North Vancouver is one of the many treatments you can go for.
The dosage isn’t the same
The dosage is going to change on a case to case basis. The severity of the lines, the condition of your skin and your preferences will all serve to impact the dosage the nurse, staff or doctor will treat you with.
It may hur
Getting injections often come with a bit of discomfort and pain. However, quite often any pain and discomfort is temporary. Be prepared to see a bit of blood, though.
Skip the exercise
The solution takes about 20 minutes to find its way into your muscles. You’ll need to stay upright for that much time. Also, don’t do any strenuous exercises immediately after the treatment. If you’re going to wash your face, do it gently, with no rubbing or scrubbing.
You’ll see a few bruises after the treatment so you may want to cancel any of your meetings on those days. The redness and blotches should go away quickly, however.