The science behind anti-wrinkle treatments
Anti-wrinkle injectable treatments contain a protein with the ability to block the release of a neurotransmitter called acetylcholine from nerve endings within the body. When this protein is injected into targeted muscles in the face, it prevents them from contracting, helping to reduce wrinkles in the forehead caused by repeated facial expressions, such as frown lines and crow’s feet.
The protein used in anti-wrinkle injections produces a local effect in the muscles being treated. Only a qualified healthcare practitioner should administer anti-wrinkle treatments for aesthetic purposes.
Used for frown lines and crow’s feet
Temporarily relaxes upper facial muscles
Must be administered by a qualified health practitioner