How Often Will You Have To Touch Up Botox?

Plastic surgery and cosmetic procedures are on the rise - and that doesn't always mean having to go under the knife. Injectable procedures, including fillers and Botox, are among the most popular procedures.

Unlike tummy tucks or breast augmentations, there are fewer limits on who's getting Botox today. Millenials, women in their 20s and 30s, and even men are getting on board with Botox.

If you're new to the procedure or considering having Botox done for the first time, you might have a few lingering questions. To help, we're breaking down how Botox works and answering how long does Botox last so you know exactly what you're getting into. Read on to learn more.

Frequently Asked Questions

Injectable cosmetic procedures can have a positive impact on men and women of all ages. While younger millennials may show physical signs of aging, Botox can still help them retain their youthful aesthetic!

In fact, for many people, the use of injectable treatments or Botox is done to prevent the signs of aging. Because of their anti-aging effect, many young people chose to have Botox done to prevent lines and wrinkles for as long as possible.

And if you haven't had Botox done before, don't worry. You won't immediately look like you've had "work" done after your first treatment. An experienced injector will know how much you need without going overboard!

How Long Does Botox Last?

Another commonly asked question about injectibles is how long does Botox last.

In reality, there's no set limit to how long Botox will last on any given person. There are multiple factors that can affect how long Botox will last for you.

Exactly which type of Botox you use can impact how long it lasts before needing a touch-up. How much you use in your first treatment is another factor to consider. Lastly, where you decide to have your Botox injected can change how often it needs to be redone in order stay fresh.

Many experts suggest the more time you go between treatments the more natural your Botox will look. For some types of injections (including toxins), you may want to have repeat treatments more frequently at first and then less often in the future for a more natural aesthetic.

Your Skincare Guru

Whether you're trying to reverse the effects of aging or stop them in their tracks, there are multiple treatment options to consider.

Microdermabrasion, dermablading, and platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections are just a few of your options. Facial treatments like these might sound like the kinds of luxuries only a Kardashian can enjoy - but with the right injector, they can be for anyone!

The best anti-aging treatments are the kinds that prevent aging for as long as possible. No matter what your skincare concerns are, there's a treatment plan for your skin type and needs.

Brisabella Skin by Elsa is proud to have a master injector who works with neurotoxins and dermal fillers to help keep your skin radiant. Visit us online or call to schedule your first appointment for young, fuller looking skin today!

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