Botox Results are not immediate

More women in Australia consider Botox and dermal fillers as an effective and affordable method to rejuvenate their appearance without having to put themselves through cosmetic surgery.

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  • Dr Susan Austin told Women’s Health & Fitness (January 2012) that these treatments also called ‘walk-in-walk-out” or “lunch time” treatments may not offer instant results.

    How long do we have to go to see results after Botox injections?


    “While many people think of a cosmetic procedure as a ‘quick fix’, they need to realise that the results may not be fully visible for some time and they also need recovery times.”

    Dr Austin suggests that allowing at least two weeks recovery time for Botox and other injectable muscles relaxants or cosmetic fillers.  Avoiding the sun is a good tip too.

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    Self-Confidence & Body Image Master Coach. Author, speaker, blogger and head editor of encourages women to find their real beauty and believe in themselves. Google

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