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What Does Botox Do To My Face Exactly?

Kim Kardashian's perfectly perfect face caused a stir in the fashion world, and everyone just wanted to know how she looked so perfect.

Being gorgeous is not surprising in the fashion industry, and many celebrities in the past have had plastic surgery or face lifting surgeries. Yet, this seemed somewhat different and made people curious. It didn't take long for the fashion and cosmetic gurus to find out about her secret – Botox!

What is Botox?

The Botox procedure, commonly known as Botox, originated from Belgium and was later used to treat the crossed eye. Later, cosmeticians understood the mechanism of action of Botulinum (Botox) more clearly. So, they began using it for beautification purposes to enable women to feel more confident about themselves.

Botulinum is basically a natural chemical produced by a microorganism called Clostridium botulinum. When injected into the skin, it has the ability to stop the formation of wrinkles and reverse the already present wrinkles in the skin. It helps to make your skin tighter and gives a younger look.

How does Botox work?

Scientists were surprised to know that a naturally produced chemical can be used in medical and cosmetic procedures. The first cosmetic Botox procedure was done in Canada in the 1980s where a doctor administered Botox to a woman for the treatment of blepharospasm. On the follow-up visit, she asked the doctor to inject Botox into her forehead as it made wrinkles disappear.

It is important to get the Botox procedure done by a professional with adequate knowledge. Botox should be administered in an adequately calculated amount to enhance the texture of your skin. When injected into the skin, Botox produces its action by blocking nerve signals to the muscles that stimulate them to contract. By inhibiting muscle contraction, it prevents the formation of frown lines or wrinkles.

If you are thinking of getting the procedure but are unsure about how it would turn out, use FaceTouchUp to visualise post-surgery results sitting at home.


To make it easier for you to decide, let us tell you how simple of a procedure it is. It takes just a few minutes for a Botox professional to do the procedure, and you can enjoy the effects for as long as 12 months. The process of re-injecting allows you to make changes in the exact location of the administration the next time, depending on how you liked the look.

The natural chemical Botulinum is first diluted in normal saline.

The solution is then injected into the neuromuscular tissue.

It takes between 2 to 3 days to show maximum effect.

Depending on the treatment given by your cosmetologist, you might not have to take the next one for 3 to 12 months.

Botox simulating software has made it convenient to see the result of Botox on a particular area of your face.

Does Botox only reduce wrinkles?

Botox is a multi-dimensional procedure that can help improve the texture of your face in many ways. If you have thought of Botox to be anti-wrinkle only, let us tell you – it does a lot more than that! Here are a few outcomes you can obtain through Botox.

  • Face-lift
  • Lift lips
  • Define jawline
  • Mimic a nose-job
  • Control acne

Where can I get Botox on my face?

Technically, you can get Botox anywhere on your face. The areas are divided into three:

  • Upper Face (Forehead lines, frown lines, hooded eyes, crow's feet)
  • Mid Face (Lip lift, droopy nose)
  • Lower Face (Frown lines, jawline, neck)

People opt for frown lines and crow's feet, to begin with, as they are one of the early signs of aging. However, the application of Botox is vast, and aestheticians are exploring new avenues to make Botox beneficial for consumers. It is also thought that Botox is better than fillers as it helps enhance your face by biological means and not synthetic chemicals.

Is Botox FDA approved?

Doctors and scientists conducted extensive research on the use of Botox, and finally, it was approved by the FDA for the treatment of frown lines or globular lines in 2002. Now, cosmeticians and doctors can use Botox to treat various pathological conditions like upper lip spasticity, chronic migraines, Axillary hyperhidrosis, and many more.


Botox is an excellent method to reverse skin aging by preventing wrinkles and fine lines. Botox has grown popular over the years, and many celebrities have done the procedure for a finer and lifted, younger-looking face. Get a quick look at the final results on your mobile phone, laptop, or computer through Facetouchup to decide the area of your face for the procedure.

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