In basic terms, the mechanism behind anti-wrinkle injections involves the interruption of chemical signals sent by the brain to the muscle, instructing it to tense or contract. 

In other words, anti-wrinkle injections act as temporary muscle relaxants, resulting in a softened and diminished appearance of lines, leading to a tighter and smoother look

Anti-wrinkle injections can be utilised both as a preventive measure, halting the formation of future lines, and as a means to minimise existing ones.

Anti-wrinkle treatments are considered suitable and safe for anyone over 18 years of age who is looking to reverse or prevent lines and wrinkles. However, it’s important to note that these treatments are contraindicated for pregnant or breastfeeding women, ensuring their well-being and the health of their child.

The effects of anti-wrinkle injections are not instant, they typically begin to take effect within 3-5 days, reaching the full results in 2 weeks. It’s normal to experience some initial redness and swelling following the treatment, but these temporary side effects usually subside within 30 minutes. As with any type of injection, there is a possibility of bruising, which should be considered as a common side effect.

The duration of results can vary from person to person, but typically, the effects of the treatment last around 3 to 4 months. To ensure ongoing optimal results, it is recommended to schedule a treatment every 3 to 4 months. This regular maintenance helps sustain the desired outcome and supports long-term satisfaction.

Like any injection, there’s a small sting when the needle pierces the skin but this sensation only lasts a few seconds and not too intense. It will be over before you know it!

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