Botox injections are great, but did you know that they can be better? Introducing Microtox, an injection technique that improves on Botox. You get more enhanced results by simply injecting Botox and other wrinkle relaxers the Microtox way.
Keep reading to find out all about Microtox, what it does, how it works, how the procedure goes, and its many benefits.
What is Microtox?
Microtox is a precise creative method of facial skin tightening and regeneration. In addition to tightening and lifting the skin, the Microtox procedure also reduces pore size, lessens skin laxity and redness, and eliminates fine lines, wrinkles, creases, and crow feet.
The minimally invasive procedure combines minute amounts of Botox or other comparable medicines with a unique pattern of injection to achieve skin tightening results. Microtox injections are carried out just below the skin’s surface rather than injecting the substance—whether it be Botox or Dysport—directly into the muscle.
Microtox is the solution if you’ve ever dreaded overcorrection or the frozen facial expressions that might result from conventional Botox treatments but yearned for its many advantages. Your face receives the finishing touches from this non-invasive renewal, emphasizing its inherent beauty.
How Does Microtox Work?
Conceptually, the MicroTox procedure is comparable to the micro needling method. Both of their names contain the prefix “micro,” which refers to the extremely fine needles used to pierce the skin. These little, nearly painless needles enable the direct injection of the Botox solution into selected regions all over the face.
Botox units are typically administered by directly injecting them into the muscles to reduce movement temporarily. This causes the muscles to relax, which lessens the visibility of wrinkles and fine lines.
The procedure takes time, and most patients see their full results in 3–7 days. This may be the best choice for many patients with mild to severe aging symptoms.
However, MicroTox may be the answer for people who want results right away and only want to minimize the appearance of wrinkles without running the danger of appearing unnaturally smooth.
Microtox is more focused and specialized. Additionally, the extremely thin needles used in Microtox work as injectable conduits for a solution of dermal fillers and neuromodulators to refresh and rejuvenate the skin rather than just pressing them into the skin to cause regulated micro-injuries.
The neuromodulator and filler cocktail of choice is precisely delivered to the area just below the epidermis, where the sweat and oil glands are located, using a specific set of tiny needles – each one thinner than a human hair.
What Does Microtox Do?
Microtox offers many skin benefits. These benefits include:
- Reversing signs of aging
- Reducing facial oil production
- Lessening the risk of acne
- Smoothening skin texture
- Tightening the skin
Aside from these already many aesthetic benefits, Microtox offers one more astounding result: it shrinks enlarged facial pores.
Minimizing Enlarged Pores
Microtox injections in a single session effectively reduced pore diameters and produced high levels of patient satisfaction.
The average overall improvement after one therapy session was 87.2%. The average improvement score for pore size given by the dermatologist-evaluator was 3.7 (0–4 scale). After a year, the average patient satisfaction score was 4.7.
The dermoscopic analysis supported the reduction in pore size and number that the evaluator and patient had seen. No significant adverse incidents or long-term side effects occurred.
The Benefits of Microtox
Aside from the aesthetic benefits of Microtox, the treatment also yields logistical advantages.
No Downtime or Recovery Period Associated
Although Microtox has no downtime, patients frequently feel moderate swelling and redness for a few hours following the operation. Mild blood spotting is also highly uncommon, but it can happen occasionally.
After treatment, patients are not required to rest or recover. They can immediately continue their social and professional activities, except for some physically demanding workouts for a few hours.
Depending on how quickly your body metabolizes the filler or neuromodulators utilized, the effects of Microtox often last 3–4 months or longer. Following that, maintenance procedures are advised as needed for a rapid and noticeable refresh.
You often see the results of Microtox treatments immediately, unlike the outcomes of conventional Botox treatments, which can take anywhere between 5 and 7 days.
Because Microtox is injected directly into your skin, the positive effects are instantly noticeable when you leave our office.
The MicroTox injection treatment will cause your muscles to relax, but they won’t completely paralyze you. The treatment will not hinder your capacity to move freely and emote with your face. You might, however, still have a few crinkles.
Microtox is a fantastic alternative for people who don’t want others to know they’ve had Botox or Dysport because the results seem so natural. There will still be access to Botox’s benefits for skin smoothing and wrinkle prevention.
The majority of the negative effects are restricted to the injection site. Infection at the injection site, redness, bruising, and soreness are all potential side effects.
Because this procedure does not reach the muscles, Microtox injections don’t have the same adverse effects as Botox or Dysport injections. You won’t experience any more severe side effects of wrinkle relaxers, such as muscle weakness.
Who are the Perfect Candidates for the Microtox Treatment?
The best candidates for Microtox are those who believe their appearance needs to be renewed and refreshed in general. It is also perfect for those with fine lines, wrinkles on their faces, and other typical mild indicators of aging. Think of “micro” adjustments of the more minor flaws throughout the face and neck, as the term suggests.
Get the Youthful Look You Want; Contact Alchemy West
Make an appointment with us for your following wrinkle-reduction procedure. Call us at 864-263-7868, email [email protected], or use one of our contact forms to reach us. We are at 27 East Broad Street, Greenville, South Carolina, 29601.