My advice is to be patient. Botox results generally START to appear within 3-7 days, with full results appearing after two weeks. If after two weeks you still feel that there’s no improvement, visit your injector again for a touch-up. It’s completely up to your injector if you’ll need to pay again for a touch-up.
Thank you for your question.
Botox usually takes 2 or 3 days to start to
work, and will continue to improve over the first 7 to 10 days. The full affect
is typically achieved no longer than 14 days after being injected.
Should you not notice any improvements after 14
days, I'd recommend booking a follow-up appointment with your skilled and
Botox takes 2 weeks to show its full effect. I suggest you see a cosmetic dermatologist with experience, wait 2 weeks and see if more is needed. Best, Dr. Emer.
Botox can take up to two weeks to reach its peak effect. We typically ask our patients to "judge" their botox treatment on day 14 and if there is anything that they are unhappy with, to please call the office. If a spot was not treated, one should be able to see the asymmetry of the movement to the area at a quick followup visit. I would raise these concerns with your injector.
It can take up to two weeks to see the full effects of the Botox injections. Please consult an expert for the best results. Best, Dr. Green
Hello and thank you for your question, and I am sorry for your frustration. I would wait at least 10 days-2 weeks for the Botox treatment to kick in. And if you are not satisfied, address your concerns with your doctor. Best of luck
Benjamin J. Cousins MD
Board Certified Plastic Surgeon
As anxious as you might be because you are not seeing the same initial results you had with your first injection, it is best to wait 14 days before considering re-injection to the area. Regarding payment for a touch up, you will have to call the office and ask. In my office, I charge per area and any touch ups if needed 2 weeks after the injection are free.
I would give it a full two weeks to determine whether the Botox will work. If there are issues at that time, contact your physician to address your concerns. They will be able to address any issues for you.
I would wait a full 14 days to see the full effects of the botox. At that time, if you are still unhappy, this would be a good time to address your concerns with your injector.
I would recommend waiting at least 2 weeks after the treatment to determine if it is working. Botox can sometimes kick in faster after the first treatment than subsequent treatments. Regarding paying for touchups, you should discuss that with your injector as every office has a different policy.