BOTOX has reported a relationship to localized skin rashes, tenderness and bruising at the injection site for the first week following treatment. However, in rare cases, it can cause recurring adverse effects for a longer duration up to several months.
Botox has been used for years, and has proven to be relatively safe. Injections use a small needle, but there may be some temporary discomfort from the procedure. Botox works by weakening facial muscles, but has very little effect on your actual skin appearance, beyond reduced wrinkles. Bruising can occur around the injection site, and ptosis is a risk. Ptosis is the dropping of the eyelid, but it lasts only 2-16 weeks and leaves no permanent damage.
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