Which Areas Can Be Treated with Botox?
The three most common areas Botox is used for include:
The area in between the eyebrows can develop creases known as “furrowed brow”. The wrinkles developed in this region of the face can make the person appear angry, sad, frustrated, and much older.
These are the horizontal lines that fan out from the eyes. These wrinkles get its name from a crow’s foot because it resembles the feet of a crow or bird. These lines can be more noticeable when smiling or laughing.
The horizontal lines above the eyebrows that span from the left to the right of the face are known as the forehead lines. When these lines become deep enough, it can make people look intense, angry, and much older than they actually are. Sometimes, the lines can be so deep that they are still noticeable even when the person is making no facial expressions.