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Toxins
Wrinkle treatments using Botulinum Toxin are non invasive and you can continue with your normal activities immediately. However there are a few rules to adhere to, (see table below), to ensure the best results. 

4 hours

12 hours

2 days

2 weeks

For the first hour after treatment move the area e.g. frown if you have had the frown area treated

Keep upright- do not lie down for 4 hours at least

Do not bend excessively

Avoid alcohol consumption

Avoid wearing makeup

Do not rub or massage the treated area as this may cause the injected solution to spread to nearby muscles.

After washing your face pat dry gently with a towel.

Avoid exposure to strong sunlight, very cold temperatures and Saunas

Do not have any beauty treatments on your face e.g. facials, or facial massage



Anti wrinkle treatments using injections for wrinkles with Botulinum Toxin takes from 2 to 14 days to become effective. This is dependent on the strength of the muscles injected and the individual response.


Treatment with Botulinum Toxin is temporary and to maintain the effects, treatment is recommended every 3 to 6 months.


One of the benefits of anti wrinkle treatments is that the result is temporary. This means you can decide if you like the result and then repeat the treatment every 3 month or more intermittently if you wish. Some people will have the treatment done for special occasions and others will maintain treatment every 3 months and consider it part of a regular regime, such as going for a hair cut. 


If regular anti wrinkle treatments are undertaken for approximately a year the effects of treatment may begin to last longer,increasing from 3 months up to 6 months. 


Any bumps or marks caused by the injections should disappear within a few hours of treatment.





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