What are Botox Cosmetics?

Botox is a muscle relaxant substance that is injected. Botulinum Type A toxin is usually used to temporarily relax muscles which reduces the appearance of facial wrinkles. Botox is a safe and effective treatment for fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes. It can also be used on the front between the eyes.

Botox was approved by the Food and Drug Administration in 1989 for treatment of eyelid cramps and other eye muscle problems. In 2002, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the use of Botox for cosmetic treatment of medium to severe wrinkle lines between the eyebrows. It was approved by the FDA to treat wrinkles around the corners of the eyes (crow’s foot) in 2013.

According to a 2016 clinical study, Botox is a simple, safe and effective treatment to reduce forehead wrinkles. In 2016, more than 4.5 million operations were performed using Botox and similar anti-wrinkle drugs. This type of procedure is the first non-surgical cosmetic procedure in the United States.

Preparing for Botox session

Botox is a non-surgical treatment performed in hospitals or even clinics and requires minimal preparation. You should inform your medical history, allergies or medical conditions before the procedure. The treatment provider must also be a licensed physician, medical assistant or nurse.

Women may need to remove make-up, cosmetics and cleanse the treatment area before the procedure, and you may also need to avoid taking blood thinners such as aspirin to avoid the risk of bleeding.

What areas of the body can be treated with Botox?

From a cosmetic point of view, injections can be used in the following areas:

  • The area between the eyebrows (glabellar area), for the treatment of moderate to acute frown lines
  • Lines in the area around the eyes, known as crow’s foot lines
  • Wrinkles on the side of the nose (known as rabbit lines)
  • Neck area to stop convulsions
  • Chin area

Medical uses of Botox

Botox is mostly used as a treatment to reduce wrinkles and lines in the face. However, the uses of the drug go beyond purely cosmetic applications because they also help in the treatment of certain medical conditions. The most common of these are:

Cross-eye correction (strabismus)

This was the first medical use of Botox as injection of the drug into the eye muscles allows for greater control of eye movement, reducing the appearance of cross-eye condition.

Excessive sweating

Through muscle paralysis that produces and secretes sweat from the body, it prevents sweat glands from functioning normally and prevents sweat production. This also helps to reduce body odor.

Chronic pain

Fibromyalgia syndrome is a chronic disorder where some muscle stimulation points are pressed leading to pain in other related parts of the body. Botox is injected into painful muscles in the shoulder and neck areas and is known to help relieve the pain of the patient.


Botox uses in psychiatry are widespread. It has been detected to have a positive effect on higher levels of pout known as symptoms of depression. In 2014, a study was published in the journal Psychological Research, where 74 depressed patients were given doses of Botox in the belching line area. The study found that symptoms of depression decreased by 47%. However, Botox for depression treatment has not been approved by the FDA.

Inhibition of excessive bladder activity

People with this condition, suffer from bladder secretion of urine (by pressing it) without warning. If Botox is injected into the bladder, the muscles will rest more, which can improve storage capacity. This treatment has been used in patients with spinal injuries as well.

Chronic migraines

Suffering from chronic migraines means you have severe and debilitating headaches for more than 14 days of the month. To treat this, Botox is injected into the temple, forehead and possibly neck muscles. This helps these muscles relax, and relieves the stress that can cause migraines and associated pain.

Salivation in Parkinson’s patients

Parkinson’s disease causes problems with muscle function and sometimes affects the salivary glands, which can lead to excess saliva release due to less ingestion. Botox can be given to the salivary glands to reduce saliva production.

How do Botox injections work?

Botox injections prevent excessive nerve signals and muscle contraction temporarily. This reduces the appearance of wrinkles around the eyes and between the eyebrows. It can also slow down the formation of new lines and wrinkles by preventing the contraction of facial muscles. It’s a very simple procedure. Does not involve incisions or general anesthesia. If the patient is concerned about pain or discomfort, local anesthesia or ice can numb the treatment area.

During the procedure, the doctor will use a thin needle to administer 3-5 botulinum-type injections where he will inject the target area between the eyebrows. The patient will usually need three injections on the side of each eye to soften the crow’s feet. The entire procedure takes about 10 minutes.

Are there any risks or side effects?

Minor bruising or discomfort may occur, but it should improve within a few days. Other side effects may include:

  • swelling in the eyelid area
  • Feeling tired
  • Headache
  • Neck pain
  • Dry eyes
  • Allergic reactions, such as rashes, itching or asthma symptoms

What happens after Botox?

Avoid rubbing, massage or exerting any pressure on the treated area. These procedures can cause Botox to spread to other areas of the body and can adversely affect the results of the operation. When injecting between the eyebrows, do not lie down or bend for three to four hours. Doing so may cause Botox to fall below the orbital edge, leading to drooping eyelids.

Botox therapy does not need a break after that because this procedure is very simple as those who have undergone Botox treatment can exercise their daily life normally.

It is important to understand possible improvements and realistic expectations. Noticeable results can be expected within 1-2 days after treatment. The full effect of Botox usually lasts up to four months. It can also help prevent the return of fine lines by relaxing muscles. Additional Botox injections can also be given to maintain the quality of the results.

Youth vaccine

Aging is a process that spreads over time and progresses slowly, and can sometimes be accelerated by the effects of environmental conditions. The shiny and weak skin loses its shine and becomes saggy and curly and the cheeks begin to collapse and the lips become thinner … In order not to be exposed to all these negative effects and delay the aging process, the application of the youth vaccine provides successful and healthy results. Starting at the age of 25 years, which restores moisture and shine to the skin and prevents wrinkles and sagging.

What is the youth vaccine?

The youth vaccine is a treatment method applied to eliminate deformities, sagging and wrinkles on the skin under the influence of time. The main purpose of the youth vaccine is to increase the amount of hyaluronic acid in the skin and to keep it in high quantities over time.

With age, the body’s production of collagen declines under the influence of environmental factors, so the skin begins to expand and form wrinkles, and then we have the need to regenerate and tighten the skin tissue to avoid aging. Although it is a non-surgical application that provides tissue regeneration to the skin, it is an application that nourishes the skin and nourishes natural tissues by feeding them in a timely manner easily under the skin, and is a completely new application in the balanced volumetric composition of the face shape.

What is the content of the youth vaccine?

The youth vaccine consists of hyaluronic acid with two formulations. Contains both volume-related hyaluronic acid and pure hyaluronic acid that gives water and moisture to the skin. It is also an “organic”, unlike other substances because it does not contain protein and nuclear acidosis. Due to its rich and dense center content, it offers more successful results by using a much lower amount like all concentrated products.

At the end of the application, a completely natural image is obtained. Furthermore, due to the lack of surgical procedures, no reactions such as scars, pains or bruises occur on the skin.

In what cases does the youth vaccine work?

The skin loses moisture due to age, environmental factors, seasonal changes, drought over time and volume losses occur in the skin. With loss of volume, the amount of hyaluronic acid present in the skin also decreases, causing the formation of wrinkles. In this case it is applied to areas that have lost their size such as cheekbones and if the cysts form under the eyes, which helps to give desired results. Loss of volume may decrease in these areas as well as the neck area and cavities formed on the cheeks, the edges of the forehead, around the eyes and the area under the eye and oval chin. It is a method that can be applied to any area with signs of aging, which also gives good results to the hands.

How long is the treatment?

The period of stability, the effect of the size it gives to the skin, from 6 to 8 months; Seasonal changes, inadequate water consumption, improper nutrition, irregular sleep and exposure to sunlight make the skin dry and shiny and cause wrinkles.

Moisture vaccine

What is the moisture vaccine and what does it contain?

It is an effective treatment in compensating for moisture lost by the skin that softens the skin, reduces stress and adds silky vitality with a special formula containing hyaluronic acid and fatty acids. Up to 9 months of moisturizing effect can be achieved in a single session by a moisture vaccine that contains pure hyaluronic acid that provides water support to the skin.

What are the benefits of a moisture vaccine?

The skin, which loses its elasticity due to moisture loss, becomes dry, causing cracks and wrinkles and becomes a problem that needs to be addressed. By applying the moisture vaccine, the skin is restored to its previous color and natural vitality, thanks to its special formula where it repairs the system required to prevent moisture loss in the skin.

How is the moisture vaccine applied?

After local anesthesia is applied to the area where the procedure will be performed, hyaluronic acid is injected into the skin tissue with very fine needles at small intervals. This process takes about 15-20 minutes. After application, slight redness and slight swelling may occur, but these symptoms will go away on their own after a short time. The patient can return to normal life after the operation.

What can we expect from the moisture vaccine as a result?

With this one-session vaccine, a reduction in wrinkles on the surface, increased skin moisture balance and vitality, dehydration and sagging skin, or increased moisture and elasticity can be achieved.

Where is the moisture vaccine applied?

This process can be applied to the neck, face, mouth circumference and forehead, between the eyebrows, around the eyes, on the hand and on the forearm.

Can a moisture vaccine be made for everyone?

It can be applied to individuals over the age of 20 and to any skin structure.

How long does the moisture vaccine effect last?

You may notice that your skin is wet, bright and active again immediately after the application. Although it varies according to the structure of the skin, it lasts for between 9 months and one year. At the end of this period, the application of the moisture vaccine must be repeated. Thanks to the one-session method, skin moisture requirements are provided.