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When is the Right Time for Botox?
Many people are scared of aging because of the physical changes that come with it. Some of the physical and biological changes associated with aging are uncontrollable. However, some cosmetic procedures, such as Botox treatments, reduce the appearance of some physical changes and help preserve a more youthful look. The most common signs of aging
Do You Know the Many Uses of Botox?
It’s no secret that our appearance can impact how we feel about ourselves. Having wrinkles or lines around your mouth, nose, eyes, or forehead can adversely affect your self-esteem. Botox is a common face wrinkle treatment that can help you regain your youthful, glowing appearance. As one of the leading authorities on cosmetic treatments, we at
Too Young For Botox?
Often patients ask when the best age is to start Botox or other anti-aging injectable treatments. While there is no magic age, it depends more on when wrinkles begin to form on the face, specifically around the eyes and on the forehead. For most people, those wrinkles begin to appear in the late 20s and
Botox For Men On The Rise!
Current data is showing that more and more men are seeking Botox injections from their dermatologist. In fact, the trend seems to be growing so much for men that a new term has even been coined—“Brotox.” The board-certified dermatologists at Cosmetic Laser Dermatology in San Diego perform Botox for men all the time who want to eliminate
Beyond The Norm–Other Uses For Injectables
Over the course of the past decade, injectable treatments like Botox, Sculptra, Juvederm, and Radiesse have become more and more popular procedures for people of all ages, and it’s no wonder why. Injectable treatments offer quick and fantastic results in our everyday struggle against combating the aging process. However, did you know that more and more
Botox for Sweaty Underarms
Pit stains cannot only ruin your look but can be embarrassing as well. Unfortunately, hyperhidrosis can’t always be controlled with regular antiperspirant. Thankfully, the FDA has now approved Botox as a treatment for excessive sweating. Botox can be a realistic alternative when topical skin medications don’t do the trick. Botox is injected into each underarm,
Hyperhidrosis is a condition characterized by excessive sweating, even when there are no external triggers for sweat production.