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Woman’s Day (NZ) - - Your Beauty -

WHAT IS IT? Baby Botox in­volves hav­ing tiny doses of bo­tulinum toxin in (which re­laxes the mus­cles that cre­ate spe­cific lines) in­jected into ar­eas of the face, such as be­tween the eye­brows or on the fore­head.

PAIN FAC­TOR: About 4/10.

DOWN­TIME: None.

RE­SULTS: The re­sults are very sim­i­lar to when nor­mal doses of Botox are given, but with “lighter” treat­ment, there’s more move­ment and the re­sults don’t last quite as long. It’s ideal for women who are new to Botox, and want to fa­mil­iari­seise them­selves with the pro­ce­dure and d re­sults. Baby Botox is of­ten used to treat crow’s feet (the fine lines and wrin­kles at the cor­ner of the eyes) as well as frown and fore­head lines.s

COST: It de­pends on the in­di­vid­ual and the ar­eas be­ing treated, but treat­ment at The Face Place in

Auck­land is around $150.

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