Something which many people have embraced in recent years, is the rising trend of fast and minimally invasive treatments to restore their youthful looks and banish imperfections. Years ago, the way that this was done was to have a big operation like a facelift in order and spend time recovering as you would with any large operation.
In this day and age it is easy to go and have a cosmetic procedure done during your lunch break and there are many qualified professionals who can offer this service, such as Gloucester fillers clinic, Doctor Kate.
So, the attraction to these treatments is obvious – but one of the most commonly asked questions is what is the difference between Botox and fillers?
Botox – This is actually a purified version of a deadly toxin produced by the bacteria called botulinum. However, it was discovered that as well as being deadly, the right amount administered the right way could not only help with health problems but could also turn back time when it came to age lines on the face. It is given by injection into the areas where the wrinkles are most prevalent and helps to smooth them. It is used on the wrinkles formed by moving of the muscles such as frown lines and smile lines.
Fillers – These are substances which are used to plump the skin – they are also administered via injection. They can be used to add volume to thin lips, plump areas of the face that have lost the plump skin of youth such as the cheeks and also remove under eye shadows.