Botox for newBes, and Experienced Med Spa Goers

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I started getting Botox at the age of 29, and if I could go back I would have started even sooner. Here’s Why!

Let’s get down to the nitty-gritty, shall we?

I’ve been getting Botox every 3 - 4 months since I was 29.  Does that sound young?  Most likely, if you've never done it before.  Would I do it again?  Absolutely. I would actually begin sooner.  Do I love the stuff?  Love is an understatement. Botox rocks!

Since I have several years of Botox use under my belt, I want to give you some tips to help you through the process.  It can be nerve-wracking to give a new procedure a go, especially when needles are involved (needles use to be a phobia of mine, can you believe that?)!  I was the person that thought about getting a Botox treatment for years before I decided to pull the trigger. I hope these tips are informative and helpful if you’ve been debating whether or not to take the plunge.

  • Prevention is priceless. Start early to help fight the signs of aging.

  • Good Botox isn’t cheap, and cheap Botox isn’t good. Don’t be cheap when it comes to any medical or aesthetic procedure. Receiving treatment at a clinic that offers authentic Botox (and Dysport) performed by experienced and knowledgeable medical staff is key to a great neuromodulator treatment.

  • Dose equals duration. It is important to receive an individualized treatment plan with an experienced medical professional to ensure maximum dosage for optimal, long-lasting results.

  • Consistency is key. Treatments are recommended every 3 – 4 months for optimal results.

Beth Donaldson