Why You Have A Fake Face After Botulinum Toxin Injection

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Before & After 1

Botulinum Toxin's active ingredient, botulinum toxin. Overexposure to this substance is known to cause botulism, a deadly disease that can cause muscle paralysis. However, when injected in small doses (like Botulinum Toxin), it has shown therapeutic effects, relaxing muscles and preventing cramps. In BTX injections, Botulinum Toxin has been purified to remove complex proteins. This protein is known to trigger the formation of antibodies, reducing the effectiveness of drug treatments. Through purification, the overall effectiveness of botulinum toxin is enhanced, increasing its potential therapeutic properties. Typically, the effects of BTX last for 3 months or longer, depending on the area and disease being treated. It's important to note that while Botulinum Toxin is popular with most patients, some people should not get Botulinum Toxin injections. Most notably, this includes people who are allergic to the substance. Additionally, pregnant and breastfeeding individuals, as well as those with neuromuscular disorders or muscle weakness, should exercise caution when using BTX. Common side effects of exposure to Botulinum Toxin include injection site reactions (including pain, swelling, infection, and bleeding), headache, and eye disorders.

Here's how to prevent fake face after Botulinum Toxin injections

Botulinum Toxin injection must go to a regular plastic surgery hospital. Botulinum Toxin is not as simple as an injection. Doctors should master the injection level, injection dose, injection depth and other aspects during the injection process.

2. Find an experienced doctor who can determine the size of your facial muscles and the right dose of Botulinum Toxin for you to be safe and avoid facial stiffness issues.

3, 4 to 6 hours, it is best not to lie down, so as not to disperse the botulinum toxin.

4. Do not massage the area after injection to avoid the spread of botulinum toxin.

5. Facial massage, hot compress and rubbing are prohibited within 1 month after injection.

6. Avoid eating hard-shelled food after injection; fasting spicy food, seafood, tobacco and alcohol within a week.