Does Botox Hurt?

BotoxFor those thinking about Botox one of the most commonly asked questions is whether or not the procedure hurts? Generally speaking, most people experience only slight discomfort as the needles that are used are extremely thin. The thinner the needles the less you will feel them being administered.
Further more your practitioner is also likely to numb your skin before administering the injections using an ice pack or local anaesthetic cream. This is especially the case if it is your first time or if you are apprehensive about the treatment. Often people returning for repeat treatments require no numbing of the target area at all.

Following your treatment some people experience slight sensitivity and redness at the injection site but this is not the case for everyone. The vast majority of people experience no after effects at all and Botox side effects are extremely rare. You really should not be put off having Botox because you are worried about the pain or the needles involved. Just ensure your practitioner has the relevant experience and qualifications to treat you with Botox.

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