Over the years, a lot of writing has been drawn on it, they said botox like, they said better than botox, but it didn’t work, it was number 1 again, number 1 again, yes, for many aesthetic changes, especially mimic wrinkles and excessive sweating, the preferences are still in favor of Botox…
So, what is this botox, to summarize again briefly,
Botox (Botulinum toxin) is a toxin obtained from the bacterium Clostridium botulinum. Botox shows its effect by preventing the release of substances that provide conduction in the nerve endings, and by stopping the transmission between the nerves and the muscles reached by the nerves. The cessation of nerve conduction causes the function of the muscle reached by the nerve to be reduced or completely lost for a temporary time. The mechanism of action of Botox is used in many areas of medicine.
In the field of medical aesthetics, it is generally used to reduce facial lines that occur with the movements of mimic muscles and to reduce sweating in areas with excessive sweating. When Botox is applied to the sweat glands, it also stops the transmission between the sweat glands and nerve endings, reducing the work of the sweat glands. The areas of the body that sweat the most are the palms, soles of the feet and armpits. When botox is applied to the sweaty areas of people with excessive sweating and related sweat odor complaints, their complaints are reduced. Botox is administered as an Injection. A slight pain may be felt at the time of injection. When a decrease in the movements of the mimic muscles is desired, an injection is made into the mimic muscles, and when the sweating complaint is desired to decrease, it is injected into the skin of that area. The effect of Botox occurs within the first week after the injection, and the duration of action is 3-4 months in the treatment of wrinkles and 6-8 months in the treatment of sweating.