Is botox for eyebrows okay for 21 year old?
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BOTOX Can Lift Eyebrows
Botox options for 21 year old
Botox for eyebrows okay for 21 year old
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A 21 year old can receive botox injections as long as you are a good candidate for the treatment. To be sure what is best for you, see two or more board-certified providers in your area for a complete evaluation to make sure you are a good candidate and that it is safe for you to have treatment.
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Botox at 21
Botox for 21 year old
Thank you for posting your question. It is fine to inject at age 21 as long as you are a good candidate for treatment. This is hard to evaluate without any photos, so my suggestion would be to find a plastic surgeon in your area and consult with them. Botox can lift the brows when injected correctly but needs to be done by a professional with experience and one who understands facial anatomy. Good luck to you!
Dr. Michael J. Brown
Botox will work at any age, but that does not mean it is always the best approach
Botox will really work at any age, but it is a long-term commitment to maintain the results. Interestingly, if you begin paralyzing these muscles early, wrinkles will not form in the treated areas. Nonetheless, it would be worthwhile for you to see a BC Plastic Surgeon to get an opinion at to whether that is the correct avenue for you to pursue, or whether alternative contouring approaches should be considered, or whether any intervention at all is warranted at this stage. I would steer clear of Botox sales outlets, like Med-spas, where you are not going to be evaluated by a Plastic Surgeon, and where you are going to be offered Botox whether or not it is the best approach for you, as they will likely have nothing else to offer. Just be sure to have a consultation first. I hope that this helps. General information about Botox is linked directly below.
Botox for a 21 year old
When to start botox injections
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