Welcome to our 4 part series of all things, CODE BEAUTY. For our first episode we will be talking about Botox and specifically the common places where Botox can be injected. Join us on this journey so you can learn where each type of procedure can be done. Now we just have one question, are you ready? If you want to listen to our episode now you can do so by CLICKING HERE.
As we are going through our training we wanted YOU to also get trained! That is why we decided to do a bunch of episodes about the different uses of aesthetic injections. We discuss what you can use different injectables for and which part of the face or body you can target.
♡ Where can you inject Botox?
Glabella aka 11s
- These are your frow lines that are in between the brows
- The first place the FDA approved the use of botox for
- The side of your eyes
- The 2nd most popular area to inject!
- You have to be careful when injecting here due to bruising, drooping effects or even a possible surprised/angry look
- A more rare are procedure but can really open up the eyelids
- Note this is a very tiny amount of botox
- This treats the wrinkles that happen horizontally across the nose or on the side of the nose
- Eliminate wrinkles around the lips
- You have to be careful when injecting here in order to not have a drooping face
- Inject a little bit aka just enough to see a difference
- Where the tips/sides of your mouth look down
- Botox is injected in the muscles on the bottom that can lift the corners of the mouth
- You can decrease the wrinkles in the chin! How intriguing.
- You can drop the lip a bit and reduce the gummy smile
Masseter muscle injections
- This is done to atrophy the masseter muscle and give you a slimmer facial contour
- This procedure takes time, larger amounts of botox and requires multiple sessions!
Note: Remember the effects should last 3-4 months and vary from person to person. Depending on individual differences botox can wear off sooner or later than the average 3-4 months.
♡ Secret Tips
Do your Research
Know what you want to do BEFORE you go
Understand the outcomes.
Upkeep is important.
Don’t wear makeup the day off and avoid makeup or harsh products after
Don’t do this at home
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