Finding The Best Botox Provider
- Posted on: Aug 15 2018
Not all Botox is the same. In fact, we would argue that your provider is more important than Botox itself. Why? Because the wrong provider can deliver subpar results that leave you looking unnatural or even causing more issues than you came in with. We take Botox seriously, and commit a lot of time to perfecting the art of Botox application to make sure we have happy patients.
If you’ve never tried Botox, we have some advice. Make sure to research your provider first, and go in with confidence. If you’re not sure, or your gut is telling you to leave, then go find someone else. Finding a deal isn’t worth getting bad Botox.
Picking Your Provider
We recommend doing research online and in person. Call friends and ask strangers who have beautiful faces what their secret is. You may be surprised at how many people bring up Botox as part of their beauty regimen.
After you have some great candidates, call them up or find them online. See if you can find “before and after” photos of their Botox patients. Seeing pictures will help you understand what to expect from your provider. Do their “after” photos look natural? If they specialize or seem to do a great job with concerns you have, then that provider is likely a great fit for you.
Make sure to ask questions. If your provider seems hesitant or unsure, they might not be that familiar with Botox. If they’re just beginning to give Botox injections, then they might not understand all of the intricacies involved. Follow your gut and get the results you want.
Time it Right
Understanding how Botox works can help you plan ahead and avoid surprises. If you have a big party, meeting, or wedding ahead of you, tell the provider before you get your injections. Botox will take a week or two to fully take effect, so planning ahead will ensure that you have the best results for your big day.
If you’re interested in learning more about Botox, call us today at (630) 568-3862 to schedule a consultation.
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