A defined jawline can give your face the necessary structure and make you appear healthy. It has become a norm to spend time examining our facial features and enhancing our appearance.
However, do have it at the back of your mind that some faces never develop the desired well-defined jaw, even when they are young and at their optimal body weight. Some people have a strong facial profile, but as they age or their weight fluctuates, they start to lose that chiseled appearance.
How does Botox work?
Botox is a prescription drug that reduces moderate to severe forehead furrows, smoker’s lines, crow’s feet, and frown lines. Additionally, it can narrow your face and define your jawline. An excellent substitute for invasive cosmetic operations is botox. It happens quickly, painlessly, and rarely has negative repercussions.
As a neurotoxin, botox operates by binding to nerve endings. Acetylcholine, a neurotransmitter that causes muscular contractions, cannot be released after this has occurred. Simply put, Botox injections relax the facial muscles that are the root of and responsible for wrinkles. Additionally, it eases the underlying muscles that give jawlines a more manly appearance.
Can Botox work for the face and jawline?
It is real! Botox can remodel your jawline in addition to correcting dynamic wrinkles and lines. How? Your masseter muscles, also known as your chewing muscles, are probably to blame if you have a facial shape that is too wide at the jaws. These muscles can actually become more prominent with age, giving a woman’s face a more masculine appearance. So you may actually slim down your face and give it a more feminine, symmetrical look by injecting Botox into these muscles. Your chewing muscles will gradually weaken with repeated Botox injections, resulting in a smaller jawline.
Botox jawline contouring is non-surgical and non-invasive in comparison to more conventional jawline recontouring procedures, which require invasive and difficult techniques.
Botox injected into the masseter muscle typically takes around six weeks before you’ll be able to see a difference, and the effects last anywhere from six months to a year. Regular Botox on the upper face begins to act between seven to ten days of treatment. But towards the end of the first week, you ought to notice that your jawline appears and feels softer. To truly recontour your jawline, you should have a second treatment six months after the first injection.