Oh, the neverending battle with aging! It is pretty clear that we can’t escape the passing of time, but the beauty industry has certainly developed a trick or two when it comes to concealing and postponing its effects. One of the most widely-adopted methods when it comes to combating the appearance of skin aging in the last decade has been the use of Botox. Botox, if you’re not familiar, basically stops the formation of wrinkles by preventing muscle contractions in areas where it is injected. And...while botox is effective at keeping crows feet and fine lines at bay, it does come with an expiration date, calling for yet another appointment.
Whether you're a seasoned fan of Botox or you’re skeptical about trying a procedure that involves needles in the face, you’d probably be interested to know that investing in Botox can last a whole lot longer with a few simple tricks. The secret lies in the composition of the skin, which represents the key factor in the successful application and management of every single skin treatment. And when talking about skin composition, there’s one association that comes to mind instantly - collagen.
The Anti-Aging Elixir: Botox
Though we don’t really require a confirmation from science, a study conducted by S. H. Lim and colleagues suggests that signs of aging, such as wrinkles, have been shown to negatively impact the quality of life, especially self-esteem. Also, a widespread, yet utterly inaccurate assumption that these concerns affect only the female population can be completely disregarded. Botox is, by far, the most preferred anti-aging procedure among both men and women, due to its high efficiency.