Do You Need Botox From Head To Toe?


Getting Botox in the face is the most common of all.

“Botulinum toxin is most often used to improve the frown line, the horizontal forehead lines, the crow’s feet and eye wrinkles, and for a brow lift,” says Dr. Naomi McCullum. “It can also be used for smokers lines around the mouth and also to create a less sad looking mouth, by making the mouth less droopy at the corners.”

“As well as the above, it is also really popular for facial slimming where it works to reduce the size of a large and heavy jawline. It can make a too square face much more slender feminine and shapely.”


Ever heard of getting Botox in your neck?

“It can be used to treat ageing of the neck, and it is also really important to prevent signs of ageing,” continues Dr. McCullum. “In the neck a “nefertiti lift” is performed where the platysmal bands are injected. The angle of the neck may improve and the platysmal bands will become less obvious.”


Did you know that Botox can be It can be used for your body as well?

“People can have Botox injected into the hands and feet to treat hyperhydrosis, which is excessive sweating,” says Dr. McCullum. “The results with this treatment are fantastic and have a very high satisfaction rate, and it really changes people’s lives.”


We’re not finished yet…

“Botox may also be used in calf muscles or other muscles to create atrophy of the muscle and therefore the muscle becomes smaller.” says Dr. McCullum.

Written by Iantha Yu

Iantha Yu is a journalist that specializes in writing and styling beauty, health and lifestyle content. She joins The Carousel as Beauty Editor after previously working at SHOP Til You Drop and Women’s Health magazine, and prior to that, edited her own beauty website.

She firmly believes that good skincare, a bright lippie, or good quality false eyelashes can change your life (or at least your mood for the day).

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