Botulin toxin or hyaluronic acid?
In the market there is a great variety and options of procedures and products to prevent premature aging and for rejuvenation. Among the most notable procedures are hyaluronic acid and botulinum toxin.
It is important to note that both substances are used differently depending on the procedure that the patient needs. The application of hyaluronic acid and botulinum toxin is done in an outpatient and non-surgical manner.
What procedures is Hyaluronic Acid used for?
Hyaluronic acid is used in the treatment of rhinoplasty, correction of dark circles, nasolabial folds, chin augmentation, crow's feet, fine lines, and lips, acting as a filler that is slowly absorbed by the body naturally. These treatments are usually temporary and last for approximately 12-18 months.
What procedures is Botulinum Toxin used for?
Fine lines and crow's feet are the main procedures in which this toxin is used. It is also implemented as a temporary solution for sweating problems.
Schedule your appointment with a professional to receive more information and a responsible evaluation.