Treatments Before Your Wedding

Treat yourself before your wedding

There are many ways to look your very best on your wedding day, but a recent survey has revealed that more brides are looking into Botox as a way of fixing their smile lines and wrinkles. Planning weddings.

Take a look at other ways of getting ready for the wedding.

Wedding makeup for the big day

A bride should always look beautiful and graceful on her wedding day, make sure that you do that with these 5 bridal beauty tips
  1.  Keep your makeup natural and fresh so that it suits both the day and night events.Maybe invest in semi-permenant makeup before the big day.
  2. Make sure that you exfolite so that your skin will have a healthy glow and look its best for your special day
  3. Discover makeup looks on the internet that you might want to replica on your wedding day
  4. Higlight your favourite facial features, this makes you confident on the day
  5. Have a trial run a week before so that you know exactly what makeup look you are going to do on the day

Additionally, here are 5 beauty tips to avoid:

  1. Avoid makeup trends because in the years to come you don’t want to be looking back at your wedding and regretting wearing bright pink eyeshadow
  2. Don’t use too much glitter, whilst you may want some don’t use too much as it can ruin the wedding photographs
  3. At all costs do not self tan the night before. This is for obvious reasons.
  4. Never rush, make sure that you give yourself time to put on your makeup without rushing it
  5. Don’t go over board and apply too much makeup as this can look tacky and fake.

 Botox Safety & Frequently Asked Questions

Botox injections should not be used in women who are pregnant or breast feeding.

Botox for facial rejuvenation

Botox injections are used to ease and smooth out the appearance of wrinkles, frown lines, forehead furrows, crow’s feet, lip (smoker) lines, down-turned mouths and dimple chins, by relaxing the facial muscles that cause them. It can also be used for preventing excessive perspiration in underarms and hands.

The procedure

The procedure can be carried out in about 15-30 minutes and a tiny amount of Botox is applied to face by an injection – an injection that most people barely even feel or at the most causes mild discomfort.

Botox is a convenient form of cosmetic treatment, with the whole procedure able to be performed in a matter of minutes.

If you are looking for Botox treatment in London, we recommend Smile More Dental Care. Not only are they one of London’s leading dental practices, they offer extensive facial aesthetic treatments.

How Botox works

Botox is derived from Botulinum toxin type A, the substance produced by the bacteria that causes the paralysing illness botulism. The practitioner will inject a tiny amount of the Botox into the site to be treated.

The Botox works by blocking nerve transmission to the muscles under the skin. The muscle relaxes and simultaneously the skin covering the muscle is smoothed so that facial lines formed by the action of underlying muscles will diminish (or even disappear with further treatments). If used for excessive sweating, Botox injections reduce over activity of the nervous system in the area.

Following the procedure, there may be some redness in the treated areas, though this is usually minimal.

Normally, patients can leave the clinic a few minutes after the procedure. You can return to work the same day and resume most activities within four hours. The treatment starts to work in about 3-5 days, with the greatest effect seen after about 1-2 weeks. Find out about other Botox methods.

The facial areas and wrinkles treated should appear smoother, less furrowed, and more ‘youthful’ in appearance. The effects are not permanent but should last for around 3-6 months.

The risks

There are risks involved with Botox treatment which is why anyone considering treatment should consult a fully trained and experienced Botox practitioner before treatment.

Complications particular to Botox injections include over-treating the area and causing more muscle paralysis than is desirable, such as drooling if too much has been injected into the mouth area.

Other risks can include slight bruising at the injection site, drooping of the eyelid or forehead, and headaches or flu-like symptoms. People who receive Botox injections can develop antibodies that can make the body resistant to the effects of the injections.

Risks increase with the trend towards administration of Botox in non-surgical settings where the procedure is less controlled and the patient cannot be sure of the product safety.

Pregnant women should not have Botox injections as it can be harmful to the foetus.