ANTI-WRINKLE INJECTIONS: FINE LINES AND SWEATING
Most people will have heard of anti-wrinkle injections and its miraculous effects of anti-aging, skin tightening and other results, but not many people may know what it is, how it works, and what it can do for you.
Not only does it reduce wrinkles but it can take on several medical situations. It is the most popular treatment used for these and is incredibly safe when used in a controlled environment in specific doses.
It is a protein of the neurotoxic kind which is produced by bacterium clostridium botulinum and other species. It prevents any release of acetylcholine from entering at the neuromuscular junction, which is what causes aging of the skin or other conditions. Ach or acetylcholine is the organic chemical released by nerve cells that send signals to other cells.
When the toxin is injected, the muscle movement is frozen, due to it blocking the neurotransmitters. As this isn’t a natural chemical for the body, your system instinctively fights back; which is why the treatment only lasts for a period of 4-6 months. Therefore, it needs to be administered a few times in a year to maintain results.
The above reinforced that the right amount needs to be given in the right areas to avoid unwanted consequences. When not properly injected, it can cause asymmetrical results, frozen expressions, muscle drooping, and other dangerous outcomes.