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Beauty treatment makes you look younger in 15 minutes

Dr Emma Cunningham, who is a qualified dentist and knows the anatomy of the face, stressed the importance of “choosing someone who is board-certified in dermatology or plastic surgery” to do the treatment, who also “has experience with Botox injections”.

Dr Cunningham said: “The perfect candidate for baby Botox is typically someone in their late 20s to early 40s who is starting to notice fine lines and wrinkles but wants a more subtle and natural-looking result compared to traditional Botox.

“Baby Botox is often considered for individuals who want to prevent deeper wrinkles from forming… without looking overly frozen or unnatural.”

The treatment can take as little as 15 minutes to do, and the effects can last for up to four months, making you look younger.

“Most people are able to resume normal activities immediately after the procedure,” said Dr Cunningham.

“The treatment itself usually takes about 15-30 minutes, making it a convenient option for those with busy schedules.”

Baby Botox is generally more affordable than Botox too, as less product is used during the procedure.

Dr Cunningham added: “Baby Botox uses smaller doses of Botox to achieve a more subtle and natural-looking result, while traditional Botox is used to treat deeper wrinkles and lines.

“Baby Botox can be safely administered by medically trained professionals or plastic surgeons who have experience with Botox injections.

“It’s important to choose a qualified and experienced provider to ensure safe and effective treatment.”

How does Baby Botox work?

Dr Cunningham explained: “Baby Botox works by temporarily paralysing the muscles in the treated area, which reduces the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.

“The effects are not permanent, so additional treatments are needed to maintain results.

“There are generally no long-term effects associated with baby Botox when administered by a qualified provider, but like any cosmetic procedure, there are risks of side effects such as bruising, swelling, or asymmetry.

“It’s important to discuss these risks with your provider before undergoing treatment.”

The Professional Standards Authority for Health and Social Care have a list of accredited practitioners and clinics with the Joint Council for Cosmetic Practitioners and Save Face.

Alternatively, a good-quality anti-wrinkle cream and serum from Boots, for example, may be more of an affordable and less invasive treatment for those wanting to remain youthful.

Anti-wrinkle serums and creams can make fine lines seem less visible if used frequently.

Women are advised to make sure they’re under the care of a licensed and skilled health care provider to avoid unwanted results and side effects. 

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