Recovery After Botox
After receiving a Botox injection, we advise patients to avoid lying down for two hours and to avoid doing any hard activity that day. Although the complete result may not become apparent for up to 4 days, some could begin to notice it within 24 hours.
As anticipated, it will be extremely difficult for you to contract the injected muscle, but you may be able to achieve a little amount of movement, particularly in the periphery. Even when the muscles are frozen, it may take up to 4 weeks for the skin creases to completely relax if they are somewhat deep. Sometimes it may take numerous sessions of ongoing Botox therapy to significantly reduce the look of extremely deep wrinkles.
Your Botox Treatment
Injecting Botox filler is a simple process. To begin with, Nurse Jess will make sure you are a good candidate for the treatment. You’ll be asked to make the lines that bother you by squinting, furrowing your brows, or frowning. A little needle is used to precisely put a series of tiny injections that are tailored to your body. The therapy itself takes less than 5 minutes, and you may resume your regular activities right afterwards.