Celebrities offer so much beauty inspiration to the rest of us, especially when it comes to their skin. While they do have access to the best products and treatments, there are some options that are accessible for those who aren’t rich and famous. One popular treatment to get beautiful looking skin that is gaining popularity is Baby Botox, also commonly referred to as Sprinkles.
This treatment is essentially the same as the traditional injection with the exception that the dosage is much lighter. The target areas are the same: crow’s feet, frown lines, forehead wrinkles, eyebrows and other fine lines on the face. Instead of getting rid of these lines completely, this low-dose option maintains a more natural look while also allowing for more movement in the face. Less is more in this case.
This is a particularly good option for younger patients whose skin still looks quite youthful and who simply want to take possible preventative measures. It is also popular among patients who are new to this type of treatment and want to familiarize themselves with the procedure before injecting too much Botulinum Toxin into their skin. In either case, the baby version of Botulinum Toxin injections allow wrinkles and lines to be treated gradually over time.
Although the dosage is lower, patients have still noticed a difference in the appearance of their skin. Professionals who perform the injections see an increase in the confidence of their patients as their skin looks youthful and refreshed, yet still maintains a natural look. One possible downside to this treatment is the length of time it lasts. Because the dosage is lower, patients may have to have more appointments if they want to stay on top of their youthful and rejuvenated skin.
Celebrities of all ages have admitted to getting various types of Botox treatments. TV host Kelly Ripa has claimed it has changed her life and actress Lisa Rinna loves that the chemical keeps her face looking natural. TV star Courtney Cox advises against too much Botulinum Toxin, but does give it credit for its positive effects on the look of her skin and face. Sharon Osborne even allowed herself to be injected on live TV! Younger celebrities like Kim Kardashian and Lala Kent also use Botulinum Toxin in preventative measures, as mentioned above.
Deciding to get any kind of injection treatment is certainly a personal decision, as is the case with any treatment to one’s body. The cost would also have to be part of the decision as treatments can be in the hundreds of pounds. However, if one is considering such a treatment to fight lines and wrinkles, Baby Botox would certainly be a good place to start.