Botox has become so popular that even women in their early 20s are rushing to find a solution, but practice raises the question: Is getting treatment before you have wrinkles a sensible precaution or a complete waste of money?
Dr. Josh Wall, medical director of Contour clinics, supports women who get Botox in their twenties.
The medical professional also shared the best areas on your face to aim.
Dr. Josh Wall, medical director of Contour Clinics (photo), recently revealed why he supports women who get Botox in their twenties
What is preventative Botox and who is suitable for it?
Preventive Botox are injections for your face that claim to prevent wrinkles.
The effectiveness can vary and although the procedure cannot stop the formation of wrinkles, the injections can prevent you from seeing them.
“Wrinkles are caused by contraction of underlying facial muscles,” Dr. said. Wall Beauty heaven.
“In the course of time, lines that were once alone when moving, now become a permanent fold. By targeted relaxation of these muscles, we can in the first place prevent the formation of deep permanent lines. ”
Dr. Wall said that the earlier you start, the easier it is to align the lines.
“By relaxing muscles [with Botox] in a targeted way we can prevent deep permanent lines from being formed in the first place, “said Dr. Wall (stock image)
Is Botox common and advisable in your 20s?
More and more young women in their twenties have botox, not only to prevent signs of aging, but also to change their expression.
‘Botox is not just for erasing wrinkles. It can happen that you frown or squint, “Dr. said. Wall.
He added that not everyone wants to get rid of the signs of aging, but that they would rather prevent them from permanently frowning or having something called ‘resting face’.
Others hope to prevent them from squinting in the sun.
What are the best places to have Botox?
Simply put, the best places to get Botox on your face is where you can see a line starting to form.
Dr. Wall said the most popular areas are forehead and crow’s feet around the eyes, but such wrinkles can start anywhere – including your puppet lines (lines around the mouth) and any frown lines.
Are you not locked up once you start?
A common misconception about Botox is that once you have had treatment, you are locked up for life to maintain the smooth face and also begin on a slippery slope to more extensive cosmetic procedures.
“Your face returns exactly as it was before treatment. It will actually put a break in the wrinkle formation process, “Dr. said. Wall.
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At what age should you start?
Although you can start at any time when you are of age, there is a “magic number” that many experts recommend.
“If I had to set an age for it, I would say around 27. This is the age at which we begin to lose collagen and elasticity in the skin,” said Sydney-based cosmetic doctor Dr. Phoebe Jones to FEMAIL.
“For the majority of people, starting smaller doses of anti-wrinkle injections in the late 20s or early 30s is ideal for preventative purposes,” she said.
If areas remain untreated, Dr. Jones said it will be harder to get rid of deep lines in your 40s and 50s.
Lifestyle factors such as smoking, sunbathing and excessive drinking cause premature aging, so these people have to start taking Botox earlier.