The botulinum toxin is a protein complex of biologic origin that relaxes the muscles by blocking the nervous impulses that diminishes expression lines.
It is used for many things, for the treatment of forehead wrinkles, in between the eyebrow, crow feet, mouth and neck, just like the excess of sweating of the armpits.
The use of the toxin is for the treatment of hyperfunctional facial lines has amplified the options of aesthetic facial procedures.
The areas of the face where its more INFILTRARSE are wrinkles between the eyebrows, crow’s feet and wrinkles of the forehead.
It provokes a low rate of secondary effects, which are considered to be on a light to moderate scale and they are transitional.
It presents a therapeutic effect for 4-5monthd,depending on the individual response of each patient.
The results are not permanent and the patient doesn’t lose the facial expression,
Anaesthetic is unnecessary and there is no recovery time.
Start to notice effects between 2-3 days after the product is placed.

Know more about the botulinum toxin
It constitutes as the most popular cosmetic procedure in the United States of America.
More than 4,5million procedures were carried out last year with available data.

Axillary hyperhidrosis and the Botulinum toxin

The primary hyperhidrosis is a cronic disorder which can affect any part of the body, especially the armpits, palms of the hands, feet and face.
Frequent procedures are not affective, they have a brief action and they are not tolerated well.
The treatment with the toxin shows a significant reduction in the quantity of perspiration of patients with primary axillary hyperhidrosisv after an injection of 50U of the toxin
The treatment is affective, safe and well tolerated.

Which patients shouldn’t receive Botulinum Toxin

Pregnant or breastfeeding women.
Patients with neuromuscular diseases, such as Myasthenia Gravis.
Patients under treatment with medicine such as aminoglycosides, penicillamine, quinine or calcium channel blockers


They are very low. They can include headache, nausea or fatigue.
Ecchymosis or a small bruise in the area of the injection: these will minimize by cutting out aspirins 10 days prior to the treatment.
A transient drop in the external part of the eyebrow is very rare.