The cosmetic doctor of Beauté Totale visits on a monthly basis for Botox and fillers in The Hague. Both treatments are effective methods for reducing wrinkles in the face.
Because of this, the two substances are often seen as the same material. This is not true however. Botox and fillers are used for different purposes.
Many people however do not know what the differences between the two are. This blog post was written to give more clarity on this subject.
Botulin toxin is a natural protein that is better known as Botox. It is a substance that is injected under the skin, which reduces the activity of the muscles. The objective of the treatment is to prevent wrinkles in the face. Usually a Botox treatment is applied for wrinkles on the forehead and around the eyes.
Just like Botox, fillers are also used to prevent wrinkles in the face. At Beauté Totale the cosmetic doctor chooses Radiesse and Hyaluronic acid. Fillers do not reduce muscle activity. Rather, the areas under the skin are filled with collagen. The substances moreover also stimulate the natural collagen production in the face.
Choosing between both treatments
In order to be able to make a choice between Botox and fillers it is important to know that the two can be used for various types of wrinkles. Botox is used in most cases to prevent wrinkles that are caused by a movement of the muscles. Think for example of wrinkles caused when a certain facial expression is made. Fillers on the other hand are perfect for wrinkles that are always visible in the face. These are areas that have decreased in volume under the skin, making the skin looser. With Radiesse or Hyaluronic acid fillers can be used to fill these areas once again.
At Beauté Totale you will not need to make a choice between Botox and fillers yourself. When you want to get rid of wrinkles in your face, the cosmetic doctor will be available for consultations.
On this page you can see the next dates on which the doctor is present and you can book an appointment.