How Botox Can Get You Ready For Your Wedding Day

Beautiful bride outdoors Don’t let all the stress of wedding planning appear on your face. You should feel happy and fresh on your wedding day. Botox can be an excellent way for the bride and groom to freshen up their skin before their big day! These popular injectables help reduce or eliminate fine lines and wrinkles on that face, making your skin appear smooth and firm. So consider getting these injectables for plump, healthy skin that will be ready for the cameras!

What Is Botox?

Botox, also known as “Botulinum toxin,” is administered in the office by a medical professional through injectables. They block the nerve signals in the muscle, making it unable to contract, which diminishes unwanted facial wrinkles and improves your appearance.

Where Can You Get Botox?

The most common areas of concern are crow’s feet near the eyes, forehead lines, frown lines, and lip lines. Once you start injecting these areas with Botox, the lines will appear smoother. What’s excellent about Botox is you can get them in other places besides your face! Here are a few other places you can get Botox:

  • Necklines
  • Corners of the mouth
  • Jawline
  • Smile

When Should I Start Getting Botox?

We recommend starting your Botox journey 4-6 months before your big wedding day. These injectables will take about two weeks to work and last around four months. Your skin will appear noticeably smoother and rejuvenated as your wedding day approaches. We also recommend that you come in for a returning treatment one month before your wedding so that your results will carry over to your honeymoon. Your fresh, smooth skin will be the perfect canvas for your wedding day makeup.

If you are interested in Botox, contact Chatham Plastic Surgery today! Call us at 912-446-1985 to schedule a consultation with Dr. Pearl and check out our Instagram account. Our practice serves Savannah, GA, and surrounding areas.

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