After using couple times the effect would be the same or it would not effect as much?
How Often Can We Use Botox?
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Repeat Botox every 3 to 6 months.
Botox usually lasts 3 to 6 months. Some people like to wait for the Botox to completely wear off and other people think it is an emergency at the first site of any wrinkles. Repeat injections will not cause any harm or loss of future effect. There is a very small percentage (1:10,000) that can become resistant to Botox, but there are so few people with this effect that the cause and relationship has not been fully studied. If this does happy, however, there are other forms of Botulinum toxin that can be used.
I hope this is helpful.
Your body can, in fact, build up a tolerance to Botox. However, if this becomes the case with repeated use there are other options. Technology is also evolving to combat this problem. If you begin to feel that your Botox treatments are losing effectiveness, ask your doctor about other toxin alternatives that may be more resistant to tolerance.
Multiple BOTOX Treatments
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How Often Can We Use Botox??
Botox is usually injected every 3 to 4 months
1. If the muscles are re-injected before the previous dose has completely worn off, the subsequent injection may actually be more effective.
2. Many patients who undergo Botox regularly will get out of the habit of overusing the injected muscles.
How often can you use Botox
Botox - on average every 4 months
As a general rule, I recommend patients get Botox treatments every 4 months.
Most patients see improvement within several days of injection. The result will usually last about three to four months at which point the muscle action gradually returns and the lines and wrinkles or sweat begin to reappear. Over time, however, and with repeated injections, the lines and wrinkles will become less severe as the muscles are trained to relax.
Botox treatment schedule
Botox is usually used every 3-4 months
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