Botox is an artform, and we explain why


Botox is an artform, and we explain why

Have you’ve heard of “Botox parties” yet?

These parties are the latest craze to hit Hollywood and beyond, where attendees gather together to receive Botox injections from a person touting themselves as an aesthetic professional. These injections are typically done in the host’s home, without any kind of clinical support or oversight. While this might seem like a fun and fast way to smooth out wrinkles and fine lines, the bottom line is this…

Only a medical professional should be injecting Botox into your face! Keep scrolling to discover why, and how to find an expert. 

Botox: An Earned Art Form

At first glance, it seems as though anyone with a degree and a few years of experience can inject your face with Botox. But if you think about it, why would you have anyone else but an expert inject Botox? You’re essentially trusting this person to help you achieve very specific aesthetic goals – and you’re asking them to do it all with a needle.

You don’t have to look too hard to see examples of Botox gone wrong. Just flip on the telly and you’ll see dozens of reality stars and actresses sporting ultra-smooth foreheads and stiff cheeks. Or perhaps you’ve seen someone out and about who had obvious Botox work done. Regardless of where you’ve seen them, you instantly recognize poorly placed Botox injections.

That’s precisely what you don’t want to happen to you!

Think of Botox as an art form, not just a cosmetic procedure. Like any artist, your Botox expert will be able to place just the right amount of Botox in specific areas of your face to produce your desired goals. It takes a keen eye and a steady hand to accomplish these goals – and that’s not something you’ll find with just anyone.

How to Find That Botox Expert

Want the kind of Botox injections that only an expert can provide you? Here’s how to find them:

  • Ask for before-and-after photos: The best way to determine a person’s work is to see what they’ve done with previous patients. Ask for a portfolio so you can get a better idea of their work; if they don’t have one, proceed with caution.

  • Work with medical professionals: Ideally, a cosmetic surgeon, physician, or dermatologist should administer your Botox injections. These medical professionals have an in-depth understanding of facial skin and the muscles underneath.

  • Find someone you’re comfortable with: The best Botox professionals won’t pressure you to do too much or treat areas you’re not comfortable with. Find a medical professional who listens to you – it’s key to getting the most natural Botox injections!

Interested in botox? Book a consultation with our team of expert Doctors today.