5: Is Botox Treatment Painful?
This is the fifth installment of 12 Things You Need to Know About Botox and Aesthetics which can also be downloaded from our free eBook library.
The minor discomfort of a Botox injection is minimal and brief.
Prior to your treatment, your skin can be numbed with a cold pack or topical anesthetic cream. These easy, simple pain-relievers can be used both prior to and just after your Botox injection.
But some Botox veterans will tell you – it’s so easy, they don’t need any pain relief at all!
The discomfort will vary from person to person… and can also vary depending on the area of the face being treated. Many people find that treatment on the forehead and the crow’s feet area around the eyes is the easiest… in some cases, the injection is barely perceptible.
Botox is injected with a superfine, 31 gauge needle – that’s even smaller than a needle for a TB test or diabetes injection.
The entire process can take as little as 10 minutes.
Most Botox newbies are surprised by how painless it is.
People who have already had Botox treatments report that the feeling is similar to a mosquito bite or a a pin prick. The pain is comparable to – or less than – a threading or waxing treatment.
At Eye Centers of Florida, we also have the most conscientious and experienced injectors to make your Botox experience as easy as possible. In our comfortable, peaceful environment, you can relax and enjoy a nearly pain-free treatment.
Did you know that the Aesthetic Center at Eye Centers of Florida offers complimentary skin care analysis consultations? Our team of highly trained professionals works with every client on an individual basis to determine your specific skin care needs. In fact, we offer many services to meet those needs including Botox and Fillers. For more information contact us online, call (239) 320-7304, or follow us on Twitter.