If you’re a Botox user, you know all about the skin-smoothing benefits Botox and other neurotoxins have to offer. But we’re willing to bet you didn’t know that Botox does more — it actually improves the quality of your skin at a biomechanical level.
That’s according to recent medical research that shows that Botox literally improves the health of your skin. By “health,” we’re talking about the elasticity and pliability of your skin.
Two Canadian researchers studied the effect of Botox on 48 women for forehead wrinkles and crow’s feet. Beyond the obvious wrinkle-smoothing results we’ve come to expect, they found that there were actual changes that took place in the skin that was treated with Botox — biomechanical changes that mimic those of younger skin! While they’re not certain how or why Botox has this broader skin health benefit, they do know the benefits last about as long as the neurotoxin itself.
Botox for wrinkles and better skin? Seems like a win-win to us! Call today to schedule your next treatment: 856.424.1700