Most people's experience with botox is limited to a specific area – between the eyebrows. Dermatologists say 90 percent of Botox on the forehead is used to treat crow's feet and between the eyebrows.
With this in mind, about 5 to 10% of Botox treatments are done in the most unlikely of places, several times for reasons beyond wrinkles. In this post, we show you an unusual way Botox can be used. You can view the surprising ways to use Jaw botox in Singapore.
You can inject botox into a muscle. Many people think that mouth guards are the best, but they only protect your teeth. Botox helps relieve the fact that jaw pain relieves gnashing of teeth, headaches, and jaws by relaxing the muscles that subconsciously create stress. This helps keep your jaw muscles defined and looking wider.
Few people prefer to use botox on the lower eyelid to widen the eyes. This is useful for those who also have wrinkles on the lower eyelids. A dermatologist recommends a similar principle to thinning facial muscles to model calf muscles with botox.
You can also use it to give your face the right shape by lifting the edges of your mouth or eyebrows. Useful for correcting the nose shape without surgery. The models used Botox on the columella, the back of the tissue that connects the tip of the nose to the bridge of the nose, to rotate the tip of the nose up.