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Did that title catch your attention? Wondering how and why on earth the words “baby” and “Botox” should be in the same sentence? It’s not what you think-but this toxin tea we’re about to spill might surprise you!
What is Baby Botox?
Everyone is familiar with Botox. It’s an injectable that’s become increasingly popular over the years thanks to celebrities speaking about how much they love it!) But there’s still some misconceptions about toxin treatments, and a big one is that they’re only for older people. The truth is that there’s a lot of benefits that Botox, Xeomin, Dysport and Jeuveau can have for younger people, and it can prevent severe wrinkles and keep you from needing more invasive treatments.
But I’m young - why would I get Botox?
Prevention is the number one way to looking beautiful well into your future! 😘♬ Mama Said - Lukas Graham
Everyone’s got their own skincare routine - some elaborate, and some just a simple cleanser and moisturizer. Whatever your preference may be, Baby Botox or GenTox as we love to call it, can be a wonderful addition! While creams and serums work at the surface level to hydrate, improve texture and protect, toxins work deeper - at the muscular level. We all have dynamic lines - those are wrinkles that you see as you move your face. They’re natural, and everyone has them. However, over time these dynamic lines can become static, or permanent, and they’re much harder to camouflage.
How many units is Baby Botox?
GenBotox, a smaller dose of Botox, helps prevent those lines from becoming too deep-set, but still leaves you with a bit of movement for a natural, youthful look. The truth is, no matter how good your skincare routine is, it’s only topical, and can’t actually release the muscles that cause wrinkles. This minimal dose (10 to 20 units every 3-6 months) of the toxin of your choice won’t leave you frozen-faced, just softer, and your skin will thank you down the road! Just like sunscreen, a little Botox today can keep wrinkles and harsh lines at bay.
How much does it cost?
Great question! When you head into your free consultation, tell your consultant you’re interested in Baby Botox. You can then have a conversation about your goals and desires - including how much of a softening you want to see. Your consultant and provider can recommend which toxin is best for your case - Botox, Xeomin, or Dysport. All three have the same effect at varying intensities. For those looking for the softest, most natural look, you’ll probably want to ask about Xeomin. It’s the preferred toxin choice for those under 25 , and it’s designed as a preventative wrinkle treatment without any additives. It is potentially cheaper than regular Botox treatments, depending on your Baby Botox strategy & frequency. Here’s a great video where BeautyFixer Giulianna explains more about how Baby Botox works!
How often should I get Baby Botox?
All toxins last around 3-4 months. After that, it’s up to you when you decide to come back in!
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