New beauty website separates fact from fiction about Botox and fillers
Anyone considering Botox and fillers when lockdown 3.0 eases might well be confused about what they’re getting and where, as there is plenty of confusion around the two.
And that’s not all, throw in different types of filler, some of which add volume to the face while others working on lines, you would be understandably totally lost.
This is why a new beauty website launching this week in the UK should be your go-to to find out everything you need to know before making any decisions.
Aesthetic Insider is the name of the new site, it’s expert-led and aims to separate fact from fiction when it comes to Botox and fillers, fat freezing, lasers, and everything else in aesthetics for the face and body.
Not only that, the site includes beauty and wellness tips, so it’s very easy to navigate from searching for an answer to acne or ageing and then discovering the supporting treatment to try.
The site is brand new, launching 21 January, but already 20 or more leading aesthetic experts and doctors have come together on the site to offer unbiased advice on a range of topics.
Dr Leah Totton is one such expert in ageing and skin. As an example, she explains the difference between Botox and fillers on the site in a way everyone can understand.
She explains Botox use saying, ‘The line between the two most popular injectables – Botulinum Toxin A and dermal fillers- can sometimes seem blurred, but an easy way of determining which treatment is right for you is assessing the type of lines you want to treat and/or if it is volume you wish to restore. Botulinum Toxin A is used to treat dynamic wrinkles, which are the wrinkles you see more prominently when you animate your facial muscles, such as frown lines, crow’s feet or the lines across your forehead.’
Most people like the line-softening effect of Botox on their foreheads, but it’s hugely popular for the ’11’s’ the two vertical lines between the brows. Leah has the following advice for fillers and how they differ.
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