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MUSCLE
RELAXANTS

 

Have you started to develop facial wrinkles?

 

 
When we begin to age, our skin begins to loosen, and wrinkles start to form across our upper, mid and lower face. Deep lines begin to appear in our skin due to our muscles contracting and tightening across our mouth, eyebrows, forehead and eyes. Muscle Relaxant injections are designed to soften the muscles and help restore your smooth, radiant and youthful appearance.
Muscle relaxants can be used in to temporarily improve the appearance of:

  • Vertical frown lines (also called glabella lines — lines between the eyebrows that are caused by the muscles that contract when you frown, squint or concentrate);
  • Horizontal forehead lines
  • Lines radiating from the corners of the eyes (crow’s feet)

Lifts up the corners of the face

Treatment Cycle

Muscle relaxant injections are a quick, non-surgical procedure that can be done within 30 minutes. Following the treatment, you will need maintenance sessions every 4 to 6 months or so.

No guarantees can be made concerning the expected results. Several treatemnts may be necessary to complete the treatment.

Results are noticeable from day 4 with full effect at 14 days.

How long results will last?

Results can be seen between 3 to 4 month

Treatment time

15-30 minutes

Downtime

There is no downtime.

Please note that you should not rub the injected area immidiatelly after the treatemnt. You must remain upright for 4 hours after the injections.

Possible Side Effects

 

 
Side effects and complications to the treatemnt are possible but they are usually minimal and short term.

Some of the common side effects:

  • Headache
  • Slight swelling/redness at the injection site
  • Some people may experience bruising which may take upto two weeks to recover. An adjacent muschle can be weakened for several weeks after the injection, which may cause temporary drooping of the eyelid or an eybrow, or gives you a feeling of heavy eyelids. This could last 2-3 weeks

Special Conditions

 

 
Muscle relaxant injections should not be used in women who are pregnant or breast feeding.

They should also not be used if:

  • you have a known allergy to the treatment;
  • there is an infection in the area that’s to be treated; or
  • you have myasthenia gravis or Eaton Lambert syndrome (neuromuscular conditions).

Request a consultation

To receive a free private consultation, simply fill out the online enquiry form. Let us know the procedure(s) you are considering and your details and we will get back to you with a time and day to suit you.

 
More Information

ADDRESS:
11 Foot Street, Frankston
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CALL 0450 927 511

EMAIL : viktoriaval@gmail.com

OPENING HOURS :
Open Saturday to Thursday from 9 am to 8pm.