April 14, 2022

Cosmetic Botox Injections Available at the Movement Mechanics

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Dr. Kayla Ruschkowski, ND is offering cosmetic Cosmetic Botox injections at the Movement Mechanics! What is Botox cosmetic treatment? Botox injections are non-surgical cosmetic injectable treatments that soften facial lines and wrinkles for up to four months. Botox can be used to treat vertical lines that appear between the eyebrows, forehead, and around the eyes. […]

Dr. Kayla Ruschkowski, ND is offering cosmetic Cosmetic Botox injections at the Movement Mechanics!

What is Botox cosmetic treatment?

Botox injections are non-surgical cosmetic injectable treatments that soften facial lines and wrinkles for up to four months. Botox can be used to treat vertical lines that appear between the eyebrows, forehead, and around the eyes. Cosmetic Botox is a safe and effective cosmetic treatment. Studies show that 97% of patients who receive Botox are satisfied with the results. 


How does Botox work?

The purified, natural protein that is used in Botox treatment relaxes wrinkle-causing muscles, creating a smoothed and relaxed appearance. It does this by modulating the message from the nerve to the muscle, which creates a smoother, relaxed look.

How long do the results last?

Maximum effect of the Botox injections could be seen at 3 days but usually occurs at day 10-14. After this, the results last 3-4 months. Results may last longer in people who receive repeated treatments over time.

What does the procedure entail?

The treatment is administered via a few tiny injections into the muscle to block nerve impulses that trigger wrinkle-causing muscle contractions. The injection is a simple and quick minimally invasive treatment that delivers dramatic results with no downtime.

How can I book an appointment?

Book an Initial Botox visit HERE:


Dr. Kayla Ruschkowski is also offering free 15 minute introductory appointments where you can discuss this treatment, and any other health concerns/questions you may have.

Article written by Kent Aitchison
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