In conventional botulinum toxin A BTA (BOTOXâ) injection, the injection targets are the facial muscles. The aim is to reduce the activity of the facial muscles and reduce facial wrinkles. Microbotox, on the other hand, is a different BTA injection technique that achieves different aesthetic objectives. In Microbotox, multiple tiny superficial injections with micro-dosing are delivered into the skin, targeting the sweat and sebaceous glands in the skin and the facial muscles’ superficial fibers. The small volume injections are spread over multiple injection sites to prevent BTA’s unwanted diffusion into deeper muscles, which causes muscle stiffness and unnatural facial expression. MicroBotox aims to weaken the most superficial muscle fibers that cause fine wrinkles on the skin. The injections also reduce the size and activity of the sweat glands and sebaceous glands to improve sweaty and oily skin. The overall effects are reducing fine wrinkles, reducing skin pores, tightening and lifting the skin, and a smooth and delicate facial skin.
Effects of MicroBotox:
Reduce fine lines and wrinkles on the skin
Reduce large skin pores
Reduce oily skin
Skin tightening and lifting
Improve skin tone and skin texture
Tiny superficial injections are injected into the skin at multiple points.
Duration of Procedure: 20-30 min
Anaesthesia: Numbing cream or cold compression
Onset of Results: 3 days to one week
How Long Results Last: 6 months
Post Treatment Care
Avoid pressure on the treated area for at least one week
Avoid applying heat on the treated area for at least one week