Today I want to talk about a topic that is often confusing and it is good to fully understand it. It is about the difference between botulinum toxin (in short, botox) and hyaluronic acid. Both are substances that are injected under the skin to correct or enlarge certain areas. Botox is injected where you want to relax the muscles and hyaluronic acid is injected in the areas where you want to fill.
This procedure is effective in treating expression wrinkles on the glabella, ie the area between the eyebrows, forehead, the corner of the eye and for the effect of raising the eyebrows.
It is a substance specific to the human body, which has the role of maintaining hydration, consistency, elasticity and firmness of the skin. The filler we use during the procedures is made in the laboratory, is biodegradable and has only positive effects. Hyaluronic acid can be used for wrinkles and grooves, filling the cheekbones, correcting the facial contour, lip augmentation, rhinocorrection, etc. Unlike botox, hyaluronic acid is used to fill rest wrinkles, but also fine ones, caused by aging. The treatment is simple, fast and the effect is seen instantly. I hope I have been able to provide you with easy-to-understand information so that you know exactly what you need. If you still have doubts about which procedure and which substances are right for you, I look forward to a consultation.