Botox is a cosmetic injection that temporarily paralyzes your muscles. Onobotulinumtoxin A, a neurotoxin generated by bacteria, is used.

Botox injections are thought to be safe. A diluted poison is used in the injection to prevent muscles from contracting.

Avoid rubbing or massaging the treated area and, if possible, avoid wearing make-up. The first night, avoid sleeping on your face.

For the next 12 hours, do not exercise or engage in any intense activity. Avoid drinking excessively for the next 24 hours.

Do not have any beauty treatments on your face e.g. facials, facial massage for 2 weeks- this may cause the injected solution to spread to nearby muscles.

For the following two weeks, avoid direct sunshine, extremely cold temperatures, and saunas. Otherwise, you will face issues

Avoid direct sunlight for at least 4 hours. The heat might cause flushing and raise your blood pressure, which can lead to bruising.

It is normal to experience redness, soreness, and edema after receiving Botox. These adverse effects normally go away after a day.

If you're unsure about what you may and cannot do after receiving Botox, consult a doctor or call WildberryMD. We will gladly assist you.