Do you feel like your age is catching up to you? Are you slowly starting to notice those wrinkles that are setting in? Getting older is never fun, but with proper care, you can regain your youth again. Wrinkle relaxers are a very common form of cosmetic treatment that is being utilized by many people around the world. They work by targeting the facial muscles that are causing your wrinkles and relaxing them. In turn, you are left with a smoother appearance that is more youthful and refined.
Types of Wrinkle Relaxers
Daxxify is the new kid on the block when it comes to wrinkle relaxers. This FDA-approved injectable allows patients to receive results that last on average 6 months and for some up to 9 months. Daxxify has a unique formulation, as it doesn’t obtain any human or animal byproducts, making it an extremely clean and effective treatment method for those looking to get rid of those wrinkles. It also contains a unique protein that is very good at attacking the nerve cells near the injection site and clinging to them for longer periods. Giving you results that look good and last longer.
Botox is the tried and true wrinkle relaxer that people have been using ever since it came out in 1989. Botox is a great way to get rid of wrinkles and fine lines. It works by blocking chemical signals from nerves, essentially freezing the muscles. Botox injections typically last anywhere from 3 months to 6 months. It’s also normal for first-time patients of Botox to experience less longevity with their injections, but after the second treatment, results may begin to last longer.
Xeomin is another great type of wrinkle relaxer that removes unnecessary proteins so that your body gets exactly what it needs to get rid of those wrinkles and fine lines. This FDA-approved formula is clinically proven to help soften frown lines and other lines that may add years to your appearance.
How are wrinkle relaxers administered?
Using a microneedle, a licensed medical professional will place the wrinkle relaxer in locations on the face that will inhibit the movement of the muscles that are causing the wrinkles to form.
What Should I Avoid After Getting Wrinkle Relaxers?
It’s best to refrain from physical activity immediately after getting injections as it could hinder the amount of relaxer that makes it to the nerves.
Is There a Difference between Dermal Fillers and Wrinkle Relaxers?
The main difference between dermal fillers and wrinkle relaxers is that fillers aim to provide volume, while relaxers are used to decrease muscle movement to prevent and smoothen wrinkles.
Smoothen Your Wrinkles
If you are tired of dealing with wrinkles that just won’t go away, Seattle Beauty in Seattle, WA is the perfect place to go to get your wrinkle relaxers. Dr. Desiree Wood and Dr. Keri Brown have over 30 years of combined experience. They have the expertise to handle your treatment with precision and care. Contact us at 206-939-7913 or visit us online at www.seattlebeauty.org to schedule your consultation