Botox for crow’s feet in Scottsdale
When it comes to the face and aging, crow’s feet can be a big sign that someone is getting older. Crow’s feet are the lines that appear next to your eyes when you smile. They can be more apparent than other types of lines and wrinkles that show up on the face. These lines often show up early on in the aging process. If you are looking to get rid of these aging lines then you may want to consider Botox for crow’s feet in Scottsdale.
What causes crow’s feet?
Crow’s feet can be caused by many different things. One of the key factors is UV exposure. Unlike other lines and wrinkles in the skin that don’t pop up until later on in life, crow’s feet can begin to show on people pretty early on in the aging process (even in your mid-20s). The reason this happens is because the layer of skin around the eyes is thin and lacks oil glands. The skin around the eyes is already thin so as the elasticity in that area begins to thin out and decrease the skin can no longer go back to its original form. This is how crow’s feet begin to take form. These repetitive motions over time lead to the break down of collagen and elastic fibers and ultimately the appearance of crow’s feet. Although there are many creams that promise to help with the appearance of crow’s feet, nothing is as transformative as using Botox for crow’s feet in Scottsdale in order to get rid of the appearance of these stubborn lines.
Treating Botox for crow’s feet in Scottsdale
Botox weakens the muscles in the face. Contractions of muscles in your face are what causes the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. How does Botox help to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles? Botox blocks signals from the nerves to the muscles. The muscles that have been injected with Botox are then unable to contract. This leads to wrinkles and lines that are relaxed and softened. It is essentially temporarily paralyzing the facial muscles that are the cause of wrinkles. The treatment lasts on average of between two and four months. Overtime if you get Botox consistently you can spread your treatments out further because you won’t need to get injections as frequently. Many Millenials are starting to get Botox while they are still young and look the way they would like to look throughout their lives. Over time they will need treatments less frequently and it won’t be obvious to others that they have been getting work done because they started at such a young age.
Getting Botox for crow’s feet in Scottsdale is an easy, non-invasive and quick procedure. Following the procedure, you can go back to your normal activities. Directly after the treatment red bumps may appear at the site of the injection. They will usually subside after a few minutes, but bruising may occur. The procedure is fast and you will be in an out in no time!
There are also a few ways to help the appearance of crow’s feet that you can incorporate into your life along with getting botox for crow’s feet in Scottsdale. This includes:
- adopting a healthy diet
- staying hydrated
- reducing exposure to toxins
- wearing hats
- using SPF eye cream
- wearing UV protective sunglasses
Many people who start getting Botox in one area of their face tend to start getting Botox done in many other areas as well. One people experience the results and ease of the treatment they become addicted! Here are so other areas you may want to consider getting Botox:
Are you constantly annoyed that your brows don’t arch up the way that you would like? A brow lift with Botox may be the perfect treatment for you. Your brows will look perfectly arched and alert – no more slouchy brows.
This is one of the most common reasons to get Botox done. Everyone has forehead lines and overtime those lines can deepen. Botox can cause those muscles to stop contracting and lead to a smooth, wrinkle-free forehead.
Bunny lines are the fine wrinkles that you get around your nose when you smile or laugh deeply. This is an easy area to fix with a little Botox and leads to a smoother look when you laugh or smile.
Frown lines are the area between your eyebrows on the forehead. This is an area that can make you look angry and distressed. Using Botox in this area will give you the appearance of someone who is more relaxed and approachable.
Upper and Lower Lips
Do you feel as though your lips are paper-thin? Or maybe you just want lips that are just a bit fuller all around? Botox injections can give you that look of full lips that you’ve always wanted.
Masseter (Jaw Muscle)
Botox for the jaw is perfect for people looking to thin out the face. When injected into the jaw Botox can thin out the face and lead to a more heart-shaped face.
Dimpling in the chin can give you a look of someone who is older or worried. With injections, your chin can return to its smooth appearance and give you a more youthful look.
DAO (Corners of the mouth)
If the corners of your mouth have gotten saggy and it always looks as though you are frowning, getting injections is the perfect fix. Botox can lift the sagging sides of your mouth and lead to a more youthful, refreshed, and happy appearance.
Injections can be used in your jaw to give your face an overall look of a more “v” shape. If you have struggled to achieve the face shape that you want this is the best way to get fast results that will last quite some time.
When you smile do your gums under your upper lip show? Many people feel self-conscious about their smile in general, whether it’s the way their teeth look or it’s their gums showing. This treatment causes the lip muscle to relax and therefore when you smile you are gum-free!
If you are looking to reduce the look of wrinkles under your eyes then injections are the perfect thing for you. This can give you are more youthful and energetic appearance.
No matter what your problem area is on your face Botox can help you reach your goals for a more youthful appearance!
If you are serious about getting Botox for crow’s feet in Scottsdale then give us a call today at 1-800-851-0969 or click here to schedule your free consultation!
Louis J. Silberman is the CEO and Co-Founder of National Laser Institute, the pioneer of the medical aesthetics training industry and one of the largest educators in the country.