Botox or anti-wrinkle treatment is an incredibly popular injectable treatment with an unbelievably diverse background in aesthetics and medicine. In fact, because it is prescription-only, it literally is aesthetic medicine.
There are some similarities between Profhilo and dermal fillers, though the two treatments differ quite a bit in results and their modes of action within the skin. While they are both used beneath the surface of the skin to alter its appearance, they are two very different treatments used for different reasons.
Anti-wrinkle treatment or Botox is an incredibly popular treatment with a lot of possibilities in the aesthetics and medicine field. Because its prescription based only, its classed as aesthetic medicine and if you’ve been considering Botox this should ease the nerves enough to ensure that it is a regulated treatment. If you’re wondering what and where Botox can treat, fear not, as we’ve compiled a guide to help you find out more about Botox at our clinic on Harley Street.
We’ve all heard of Botox and dermal fillers, and we all know they’re injectable treatments for the face and the body, but it’s important to acknowledge that there are many differences between the two treatments. This stems from what they are both made from, how they work and the results they achieve. At One Skin Clinic our aim is to reveal to you the differences for both treatments.