Botox Cosmetic Mobile

The BOTOX® Cosmetic product line is probably one of the best known and widely popular treatments used today by men and women of all ages to get rid of, or at least minimize, skin wrinkling in facial areas that can prematurely add “perceived” years of aging.

In cosmetic surgery applications, the most popular uses of BOTOX® Cosmetic include the treating of furrowed or deep forehead frown lines, the multiple wrinkle effects adjacent to the eyes (crows feet) and even excess wrinkles that can frame an attractive smile.

Eleven (11) million men and women have used BOTOX® Cosmetic Products, attesting to the degree of acceptance, safety and assurance of predictable results that have been unsurpassed for over 7 years running.

Dr. Lyons provides a variety of BOTOX® Cosmetic applications, either as a singular treatment or as a combined treatment for many of our rejuvenation or enhancement treatment packages.

In general terms, BOTOX® Cosmetic is a prescription medicine that is injected into muscles and used to improve the appearance of skin folds or overall wrinkling effects.

Popular BOTOX® Cosmetic Applications

The most easily noticed areas of the face, ironically, seem to be the same areas that can show premature aging effects. Above average exposure to the elements of nature frequently cause dryness and wrinkling of tissues around the eyes and mouth.

Environmental and behavioral stressors can cause rapid onset of frown lines or deep furrowed brows (more so, for men).

Forehead Frown Lines – Brow Shadows


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Crows Feet – Eye Squint Wrinkling

The dramatic effects of treating and eliminating wrinkles and skin folding around the eyes produce near immediate results of significantly reducing the aging effects of this particular facial tissue area.

The Magic of BOTOX® Cosmetic

It is no exaggeration in this pair of photos that 10 years (perhaps 15?) of aging have all but disappeared. It is cosmetic changes like these that have made BOTOX® Cosmetic so universally popular.


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