First we must clarify that Botox does not replace hyaluronic acid and hyaluronic acid cannot replace Botox. Their use is different: Botox is used to fight wrinkles on the upper part of the face (forehead, mid-frown and crow's feet) by relaxing the muscles that produce these wrinkles.

Hyaluronic acid is used for deep wrinkles (furrows) in the lower half of the face (nasolabial) as well as for improving the contour and increasing the volume of the lips, as well as to replenish the volume of the face that has been lost due to the passage of time and of gravity".


Why combine the two treatments?

On the one hand, to effectively treat the whole face in terms of anti-aging.

On the other hand, the combination of botox with hyaluronic increases the lifespan of the hyaluronic! This is due to the restriction of muscle movement with Botox.




"I consider Botox a magical treatment, because it offers a fresh and relaxed expression to the face. It does not betray our tiredness no matter how many hours a day we work and this is the irreplaceable part of the Botox treatment. Of course, it can also be combined with other treatments for an even better result, such as hyaluronic acid for filling wrinkles, autologous mesotherapy and any type of surface treatment."

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