Botox for Pore Size and Rosacea

Decreased pore size and placated Rosacea are common requests of skin care patients. Luckily, there is an easy solution: Botox!

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Botox is a well-known cosmetic drug by both professionals and clients alike. Traditionally used for wrinkle control and to make skin tauter for more a youthful appearance, Botox is now becoming more of a multipurpose workhorse that functions in more ways that benefit the skin! An increased amount of research points to Botox being the optimal solution for treating a wide range of skin diseases and conditions, such as decreasing pore size and flushing out Rosacea.

Pores are a reflection of several environmental, physiologic, and genetic factors, but the natural process of aging can cause pore size to enlarge too. Our skin loses elasticity which can affect pores and cause them to dilate. Botox is a safe way to help tighten and shrink pore size, and give skin a tighter, toned appearance. Using Botox for improved pore size results in a “matte” appearance and decreased oil production after the injections. Additionally, no down time is involved and it is known to have an excellent safety record with little to no risk involved when dealing with the proper cosmetic dosage.

IMG_0998-1At Skin NV, Botox treatment takes only a few minutes and does not require anesthesia. Small injections are placed into the area that you and your Skin NV specialist identify and it begins to work immediately. You can expect the results to last for a period of about three to four months. We welcome your business and questions regarding Botox treatments with us at Skin NV!

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