Is Microbotox worth it?
Advantages of Micro-Botox: The treatment reduces pore size, tightens skin, and fades imperfections! Unlike traditional Botox, Micro-Botox is performed only at the superficial level of your skin which means your facial muscles are unaffected, and you will retain a natural, albeit more youthful, complexion.
How many units of Botox for Microtox?
Each 1 mL syringe of Microbotox solution contains 20-28 units of onabotulinumtoxinA per mL of solution and is used to deliver 100-120 injections. The lower face and neck will usually require 1 mL per side.
How long does Microbotox last?
How long does a Microtox facial last?
What is micro Botox used for?
It's an innovative method for treating patients with mild to moderate fine lines and wrinkles, as well as for younger patients seeking preventative wrinkle treatment. Additionally, micro-Botox treatment is effective method for reducing pore size, sweat gland size, and sebaceous gland size.
What's the difference between Botox and Microtox?
Essentially, the treatment uses Botox as the main ingredient. However, the approach to injection and the overall ingredients of each MicroTox unit are slightly different. This helps to give you the best results. Unlike traditional Botox treatment, Microtox gives an instant tightening to your skin.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the difference between Botox and micro Botox?
Rather than being injected into the muscle, microBotox is injected much more superficially, just underneath the skin. It's injected using a small syringe, such as a 31 gauge Comfortox needle. Tiny blebs of product are injected in a linear fashion, each measuring a couple millimeters in diameter.
How do you inject micro Botox?
It involves injecting the face with approximately 150 micro-doses of diluted botulinum toxin. These “blebs” are spaced at one centimetre intervals into the superficial dermis following a grid pattern. Finger pressure keeps the skin taut whilst injecting from the forehead, to the cheeks, then jawline.
- What is the Microtox technique?
- The non-invasive treatment combines the skin tightening benefits of Botox with a unique pattern of injection and minute doses of Botox or other similar products. Instead of injecting the product—whether Botox or Dysport—into the muscle itself, Microtox injections are done just beneath the surface of the skin.
- What is micro botox
- Micro-Botox treatment is a non-invasive cosmetic treatment that uses the same exact formulation as regular Botox, learn more with Dr. Green.