Botox isn’t just for people over 30 — those who are younger are starting to flock to this treatment to pre-emptively postpone wrinkles. “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure,” as the adage goes. Here are some of the benefits of pursuing Botox as early as in your 20s, in case you need some more prompting to book a preventative Botox appointment at SkinCenter.
1. It Delays Wrinkles
Getting Botox in your 20s is a great preventative skincare method. If you’re not familiar with Botox, it’s a neuromodulator, which is an injectable that restricts facial muscles from contracting to help bring about softer and more relaxed skin. The goal with preventative Botox is to keep your facial muscles relaxed before lines become deeper-set as time goes on.
2. It’s Low Maintenance
Botox treatments are fast and need little to no downtime as far as recovery goes. That means you can spend more time on other things that are important to you while helping to keep your face looking younger for longer. Many patients experience excellent results with just 2-3 sessions per year.
3. It Brings Fast Results…That Last
With Botox, you can reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles without the wait. That’s because Botox works more quickly than some collagen supplements and wrinkle creams.
4. It’s Safe
Botox is a great skincare solution that’s been around a long time —more than three decades, to be exact. And it’s been FDA-approved for over 20 years. An estimated 4-5 million women get Botox a year, according to the latest stats from American Society of Plastic Surgeons. And when you get preventative Botox from a reputable and professional provider like SkinCenter, you’ll have even more peace of mind knowing that the treatment is safe and that you’ll get the best results possible.
Learn more about preventative Botox and schedule a consultation today with Westchester’s best skin center. We can also tell you more about our August special on Xeomin and Dysport, two other neuromodulator treatments that we offer, and develop the best treatment plan for you. You might not be able to stop the clock, but you can slow down the visible signs of aging with a little help.