What is it and how it is done?
Botulinum toxin has been administered for about thirty years to reduce or temporarily eliminate facial wrinkles.
The conventional technique is to inject it deep directly intramuscular. The areas treated are mainly the muscles of the upper third of the face and, more rarely, the treatment of the lower areas of the face or neck.
Unlike the classic Botox injection technique that targets muscles, the Microbotox or Mesobotox technique is an innovative method that uses botulinum toxin in the form of very small intradermal boluses made using a special syringe with very thin painless needles. Botox is injected directly into the skin and not into the muscles and it will stimulate collagen production, leading to overall rejuvenation of the skin.
The high dilution of botulinum toxin at homeopathic doses makes it absolutely free from possible side effects on the sites that were previously difficult to treat, including the lower third of the face with action on the vertical wrinkles of the cheeks and on the mandibular line.
This new technique allows the use of botulinum toxin in mesotherapy cocktail superficially on the skin of the face, neck and décolleté.
Indications for application
- improvement in the texture and quality of the skin
- prevention of cutaneous laxity of the lower third of the face
- lifting effect of the lower third of the face and neck
- reduction of expression lines
- reduction of dynamic wrinkles of the cheeks
- reduction of wrinkles and imperfections of the cheeks
- reduction of wrinkles in the mandibular line and neck
- treatment of seborrheic skin
- treatment of seborrhea of the scalp with dandruff
- treatment of acne of young people and adults
- reduction of dilated pores
- treatment of axillary hyperhidrosis
- treatment of keloids (hypertrophic scars) which, with Botox, lose their inflammatory state and become white.