When the Botox wears off, the wrinkle that was treated will likely return to its original state. In some instances, where patients may have been treating with Botox for a great deal of time, years, the wrinkle may take a great deal of time to return to its original appearance, but it should always be the original appearance and not a bigger wrinkle.
As you probably know, Botox works by relaxing the muscles that cause creases to form in your skin. These typically include horizontal lines across the forehead, glabellar (frown) lines between the brows and crows feet around the corners of the eyes.
Sometimes, people will get Botox when their skin has lost a certain degree of laxity and they are noticing dynamic wrinkles when they make facial expressions. These are wrinkles that only appear when the face is moving. Over time, creases in...
No, your wrinkles will return to where they are before you started treatment. The nice thing about BOTOX though is that it relaxes the muscles and helps to prevent them from worsening in addition to making them look better. There aren't many 2 for 1 benefits out there in this world! Good luck!