Woman-being-injected-with-Botox Regain Confidence and Youthfulness with Wrinkle Injections

Woman receiving Botox treatment, close-up

Wrinkles and lines that add age to our appearance are, unfortunately, inevitable. Luckily, in this age of advanced medicine and cosmetic procedures, there are many antidotes to unprepossessing lines and wrinkles.

Movie stars and models with complexions that haven’t changed since their early twenties might claim a healthy diet, being a non-smoker, proper skincare and regular exercise are the only things that have enabled them to maintain a youthful appearance. Whilst these factors are indeed effective ways of caring for your skin and helping to prevent the formation of lines and wrinkles, the chances are these celebrities have sought help from wrinkle injections in order to truly create a vibrant, youthful appearance.

Wrinkle injections work by blocking signals from the brain that would otherwise allow for wrinkle-causing muscles to contract. By relaxing these muscles, the treatment enables a smooth, line-free complexion. These wrinkle treatment injections, such as Botox, are administered with a fine needle and usually involve a slight stinging sensation.  Such injections should be repeated approximately every four months to retain smooth, healthy skin.

Another option for wrinkle and line-free skin is dermal fillers. Dermal fillers treat wrinkles by plumping up the skin around the targeted wrinkle and subsequently reducing the prominence of the wrinkle’s appearance. Fillers are the most commonly used products for wrinkle treatment.However, wrinkle injections are the most effective means of minimising the appearance of deep lines and wrinkles.

If you are considering facial injections for the reduction of lines and wrinkles, speak to a trusted medical practitioner first. For more information on wrinkle treatments in Auckland, speak to one of the experienced practitioners at Prescription Skin Care on 09 529 5784, or head online to https://www.prescriptionskincare.co.nz/contact/appointment/ to book an appointment.