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Is Botox safe_ Isn’t it a poison


Botulinum toxin or botox is better known as a beauty treatment without surgery. In the aesthetic world, Botox Treatment by Nexus-Clinic is used primarily for anti-aging treatments.

Botox works by eliminating wrinkles, especially on the forehead and around the eyes, and can be used to repair certain areas of the face such as lip shape, nose piercing, and eye enlargement.

Botox is a brand of type A botulinum toxin product produced by the bacterium Clostridium botulinum. The toxins present in the product have undergone a purification process. Although these toxins can cause toxicity in large quantities, however when given in small quantities through direct injection into certain muscles in the body, Botox prevents chemical signals through the nerves causing the muscles to shrink. When this happens, the muscle will not shrink, the wrinkles will not form and the skin will look smoother.

In general, Botox is safe if taken in small amounts given by certified doctors. The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved Botox as a temporary treatment to remove wrinkles on adult skin.

Botox is injected by a doctor specifically on the part of the skin that needs to be addressed, such as wrinkles on the skin. The wrinkles usually treated with botox injections are the wrinkles between the eyebrows, the outer edges of the eyes and the wrinkles on the forehead.

In addition to beauty, botox injections are also given to treat other health conditions such as hyperhidrosis, cervical dystonia, lazy eyes, migraine, bladder dysfunction, or wrinkled eyes.

In general, the injection results can be seen within a few days to 14 days. In the meantime, its effectiveness expires in 3–6 months. The number, dose, and extent of the injection site depending on the patient’s response to the therapy and his or her health condition.

After treatment, a patient may be at risk for certain discomforts such as swelling or bruises on the skin, dry eyes, or dizziness. In addition, decreased eyelid or ptosis is a very common complication of post-botox injection. Ptosis sufferers have a reduction in the upper eyelid, which can occur in one or both eyes.

Before Deciding To Receive Botox Injection

If you are considering receiving botox injections, be sure your reasons for doing so, as this procedure will cost you quite a bit and is not permanent.

Once you are sure, take your time to consult with the closest person who has undergone this procedure. Ask for a qualified doctor’s reference and have undergone training to perform this procedure. Please note that botox is not a prescription drug, so if botox is not prescribed by your doctor, you need to be aware of the type and brand of botox that will be used. Also, make sure that the botox injections and fluids you will be using are still fresh and sealed.

In general, botox injections are relatively safe only when given by a trained or certified professional doctor or medical professional. Consult your doctor as soon as possible if post-injection is an unwanted side effect.

To minimize the risks and side effects that may occur, here are some things to keep in mind before taking a botox injection:

  1. Let us know if you are on probation for being pregnant, pregnant, or breastfeeding.
  2. If you have an inflammation or infection around the area that you want to inject, tell your doctor right away.
  3. History of muscle disorders such as muscle weakness.
  4. Any allergies or reactions to drugs.
  5. Consult your pharmacist or doctor first if you want to take medications such as blood thinners.
  6. Avoid driving or doing any activities that require sight and concentration after receiving botox injections.