Toxta 100u: Say Goodbye to Fine Wrinkles
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Who is a Suitable Candidate?
Toxta is suitable for patients aged 21 and above who are seeking to address superficial wrinkles. It is an ideal choice for individuals looking for a non-invasive treatment option to rejuvenate their skin and restore a more youthful appearance.
Areas Treated by Toxta:
Corners of the eyes (Crow's feet)
Under the eyes
How Does Toxta Work?
Toxta utilizes the power of Botulinum toxin type A, a well-established ingredient known for its ability to relax targeted muscles. The formulation is injected directly into the muscles responsible for the formation of wrinkles. By blocking the release of neurotransmitters, the muscle's movement is temporarily inhibited, allowing the skin to smooth out and the wrinkles to fade.
Toxta should only be administered by qualified medical professionals. The technique may vary depending on the targeted area. The solution is carefully injected into the dermis, directly targeting the muscle that needs relaxation. After the, gentle massage helps ensure the proper distribution of Toxta.
Duration of Results:
The longevity of Toxta's effects can vary depending on an individual's physiology and lifestyle. On average, patients can expect the results to last for approximately 6 months, providing a prolonged period of youthful-looking skin.
Possible Side Effects:
While Toxta is generally safe, there are some potential side effects to be aware of. Common side effects may include temporary weakness in nearby muscles, drooping eyelids, dry mouth, facial asymmetry, and minor bruising. Severe reactions such as eye movement disorder, urticaria, hypersensitivity, and eyelid ptosis are rare but possible. For a comprehensive list of potential side effects, please consult the accompanying product information.
After receiving Toxta, patients are advised to avoid engaging in physically demanding activities. Exposure to extreme temperatures, both hot and cold, should be minimized. Additional post-treatment instructions, including recommendations regarding food, beverages, and activities, will be provided by the treating physician.