Botox injections have been used to treat a variety of medical and cosmetic conditions for decades.
The first FDA-approved use of Botox was to treat lazy eye and muscle spasms. Botox has been found to effectively treat everything from excessive bladder spasms and excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis) to migraine headaches and nerve-related leg pain.
For more information, You can check out the best cosmetic uses of the botox treatment:
1. Crow’s feet is the term used to describe the tiny lines around the eyes that become more visible when you laugh, blink, or smile. Botox relaxes the muscles that make up these wrinkles so they can't contract. It works by blocking chemical signals traveling from your nerves to your muscles, telling them to work.
2. Unwanted facial lines and wrinkles, if they are not too large, can be corrected with expert Botox injections.
3. Raise eyebrows: There are muscles that pull the eyebrows (forehead) up and there are those that pull them down. The key to successfully raising eyebrows is to relax the facial muscles that pull the eyebrows down. At the same time, the raised muscles take control and make the eyes appear more open and alive. If done properly, raising the eyebrows can have a profound effect and help the patient look fresh.
4. Most patients can expect a 2mm increase, which doesn't sound like much but shows a noticeable improvement in the face.
5. Botox can also be used to stop the development of lines and wrinkles and to prevent the muscles that make these fine lines and wrinkles from contracting.