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Can I Combine Botox and Lasers? Yes!

Botox Laser Skin Resurfacing

Botox offers a range of cosmetic and medical benefits, making it a popular choice for those seeking both aesthetic and therapeutic solutions. Cosmetically, Botox is highly effective in reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, particularly on the forehead, around the eyes (crow's feet), and between the eyebrows.

How does Botox work?

By temporarily paralyzing targeted facial muscles, it smooths out dynamic wrinkles and prevents the formation of new ones. Botox injectibles such as Xeomin, which is perhaps the most innovative botox Type A treatment. Read more about the benefits of Xeomin.

How do lasers work?

Laser skin resurfacing treatments offer numerous benefits for skin rejuvenation and various dermatological concerns. They are highly effective in addressing skin issues such as fine lines, wrinkles, acne scars, and hyperpigmentation by promoting collagen production and resurfacing the skin. Lasers can also target specific skin imperfections like age spots, sun damage, and vascular lesions with precision, leading to an even and smoother skin tone. Additionally, laser treatments are used for hair removal, providing a long-term solution to unwanted hair. The procedures are generally quick, with minimal downtime, and advancements in technology have made them safer and more comfortable for a wider range of skin types.

Can I combine both laser treatments and botox?

Botox and laser treatments can indeed be combined to enhance cosmetic results. Botox, a neuromodulator, relaxes facial muscles to reduce wrinkles and fine lines, particularly around the forehead and eyes. Laser treatments, on the other hand, target skin texture and pigmentation issues, promoting collagen production and improving skin tone and surface irregularities. When used together, these treatments can address multiple signs of aging more comprehensively. Botox smooths dynamic wrinkles caused by muscle movement, while lasers rejuvenate the skin's overall appearance. Combining these procedures can lead to a more youthful and refreshed look, often with minimal downtime. It's essential to consult with a qualified dermatologist or cosmetic surgeon to ensure the treatments are tailored to individual skin types and aesthetic goals.

Combining Botox and laser treatments can offer a synergistic approach to facial rejuvenation, addressing both dynamic wrinkles and skin texture issues simultaneously. This dual approach allows for comprehensive facial rejuvenation, providing more noticeable and longer-lasting results while maximizing the benefits and achieving a harmonious, youthful appearance.

If we decide to administer Botox first, we suggest waiting at least two weeks for the skin to heal before scheduling a laser session. For those who want to get the laser treatment first, we can follow up with Botox two weeks later at your post-laser follow-up appointment.

In conclusion-The collaborative effects of both laser skin resurfacing treatments and botox offers more significant results rather than using either treatment alone. Botox targets dynamic wrinkles, while lasers improve skin texture, tone and pigmentation.

Take advantage of our wide range of cosmetic services, each perfomed by a highly skillful techician who is dedicated to surpassing your expectations. Schedule a consoltation or visit our Med-Spa located in the beautiful neighbourhood of Los Feliz 323.522.6313

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4647 Melbourne Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90027
Email: info@beyondskinmedspa.com
Phone: (323) 522 – 6313
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 10am-5:30pm