How Long Does it Take for Botox to Work

Botox to Work

This post will explain detailed information about Botox, how long does it Take for Botox to Work, and why you should try this.

Botox is used for cosmetically treating wrinkles by temporarily paralyzing the facial muscles.

It is made from a neurotoxin popularly known as Botulinum produced by bacterium Clostridium botulinum, and an organism found in the natural environment that is generally inactive and non-toxic.

It is also used to treat muscular disorders, migraines, bowel or bladder dysfunctions, or excessive sweating.

How Long Does it Take for Botox to Work?

How Long Does it Take for Botox to Work

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What is Botox

What is Botox

Clostridium botulinum is the primary bacteria from which Botox is derived and is found in lakes’ soils. It inhibits the intestinal tracts of some mammals and the gills of some crabs or shellfishes.

Generally, they are harmless, but when the spores convert into cells that start uncontrolled proliferation, they produce a deadly toxin, Botulinum causing nerve disruption and ultimately death. The condition is known as Botulism.

How Does Botox Work

How Does Botox Work

Botox is a neurotoxin but has some curative actions too. The muscles contract when the nerves release a chemical messenger called Acetylcholine at the junction of nerve endings and muscle cells.

They get attached to this and send messages to contract or shorten the muscles. When Botox is injected, it hampers the release of Acetylcholine and causes temporary paralyzing of the muscles, making them less rigid.

#1. Procedure

Botox is mixed with saline solution and injected into the neuromuscular tissue; it starts showing its effects after 24-72 hours. Sometimes it may take a longer period to act and is contraindicated in patients allergic to it or pregnant and lactating females.

This procedure has become very famous in India and abroad, especially by the star celebrities of Indian cinema and television who opt for Botox treatment in Mumbai, where there are skilled healthcare professionals and hospitals.

However, it is not easy to book doctor appointments for this process as the queue increases day by day.

#2. Side Effects

Generally, there are very few side effects unless it is genetically predetermined. However, some people develop antibodies against Botox injection, which is ineffective. The other side effects are:

  • Mild pain.
  • Numbness.
  • Bruising.
  • Drooping Eyelids.
  • Nausea.
  • General Neck weakness.
  • Double Vision.
  • Eyesight trouble.
  • Dry mouth.

Botox is quite expensive, and its cost ranges from place to place, along with the type of hospitals you are opting for the surgery. In addition, botox surgery can be divided into various regions, whether it is the upper part of the lower lip.

The rates are variable, but the upper face, crow’s feet (a wrinkle produced at the outer corner area of a person’s eye), and forehead generally cost in the range of INR 15,000 to INR 20,000.

The brand names of Botox injections are Botox, Dysport, and Xeomin and are supposed to be purified forms of Botulinum without any ill effects, thus reducing the appearance of wrinkles.

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