Botox is primarily used to smoothen fine lines and facial wrinkles and smooth the appearance of frown lines. But Botox also has medical functionalities and several popular off-label uses. The following is an overview of all the body parts where you can get Botox treatments.

Botox on the Face & Head

Neck

Botox helps deal with the skin banding that occurs around the neck due to age. Most people believe a neck lift is their only option to smoothen a wrinkled neck. However, when injected into the platysma muscle running down the neck, Botox smoothes all the excessive skin tissues and wrinkles, providing smooth neck contours.

Upper Face

Botox is officially FDA-approved for use on the upper facial regions, specifically between the eyes and the forehead. When injected between the eyes, it relaxes the glabella muscles, reducing the appearance of the 11s or the frown lines between your eyebrows. It can also reduce the appearance of crow’s feet and the horizontal forehead lines.

Botox on Other Parts of the Body

Armpits

The armpits can be a particular source of embarrassment for people who sweat excessively. However, Botox injections can block the nerve endings that communicate with the sweat glands in the armpits, thus regulating their sweat production capabilities. Botox is often injected into armpits to control excessive sweating.

Hands

Do you have excessive wrinkles and fine lines on your hands? Or do you sweat excessively from your hands? In either case, Botox injections delivered into the hands can smoothen wrinkles and regulate excessive sweating.

Dr. Ariel Ostad

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