What Is Botox

People who want to get of wrinkles in their face normally consider undergoing Botox treatment. However, some people wonder about other potential uses and duration of effects of this procedure.

Botox is a chemical compound that prevents muscle movement after injection to the skin. This property aids in prevention of wrinkle development on people’s skin. Botox is naturally found in nature but poses dangerous risks when consumed at high levels, normally in bad meat products. If consumed at high amounts, Botox may cause paralysis and even death.

However, though this substance is potentially dangerous, it is used for cosmetic purposes in very small amounts.


Botox is normally used in cosmetics, and a number of people have already vouched for the benefits of this beauty treatment.

However, aside from cosmetic purposes, some people already tried using Botox for other conditions, such as excessive sweating. In fact, some also tried using this product on their scrotum.


Botox injection functions through blockage of signals in nerves of muscles. After injection, the muscles relax and wrinkles on skin become less visible.


Price for Botox treatment may vary depending on the number of sessions and treated areas. However, some clinics may offer discounted prices or reasonable packages. Still, patients should exercise caution before they avail any of such services; they should also not be fooled with low price of services, as these can potentially endanger their lives.


Through blockage of neurotransmitters, effects of Botox may last for four to six months. Thus, clients may have to schedule for multiple appointments to keep their skins wrinkle-free. The effects of this treatment may appear after a few hours, but the most notable ones become remarkable after a week.


Though Botox injection is considered safe, patients should still ensure that their physicians are qualified to perform the procedure. If not properly administered, Botox injections may cause asymmetrical results, muscle drooping, and frozen expressions.


Side effects of Botox may or may not occur in patients. Some of these effects may include light bruising or redness around areas of injection.

Some of the more serious effects of Botox include difficulty in swallowing, speaking, and breathing.

Other possible side-effects of Botox treatments are the following;

  • Numbness

  • Mild pain

  • Flu-like illness

  • Mild nausea

  • Bleeding

  • Blurred vision

  • Double vision

  • Fatigue

  • Swelling rashes

  • Dry mouth


When people cease having Botox treatment, they can expect their wrinkles to come back after some time as a result of resumption of normal function of face muscles.

What Is CoolSculpting

CoolSculpting is one of the latest trends when it comes of weight loss procedures. In relation to this, one of the most common inquiries of interested clients include waiting time for results. Some have already claimed about the immediate results associated with CoolSculpting. However, though the procedure may only last for an hour, people who will undergo the surgery may still need to wait for several weeks before they see noticeable results. In addition, full effect of the procedure cannot be observed until several months have passed. In other cases, CoolSculpting requires multiple sessions.

CoolSculpting of specific areas of the body lasts for approximately an hour. Each treated area spans the size of the hand. Meanwhile, the lower abdomen requires multiple sessions as it is considered to comprise two areas.

CoolSculpting can remove 25% of fat cells per session. During the procedure, cells are frozen and destroyed before they are reabsorbed by the body. Thus, clients can expect that their fats will be already gone for good though they may be required to wait for several months to achieve such goal. However, results may vary depending on the patient.

Still, in most cases, a number of patients are satisfied with results of their CoolSculpting procedure. On the other hand, potential patients are advised to exercise caution when considering the procedure and in selecting the surgeon who will perform the operation.