Smoking cigarettes is acknowledged as one of the least healthy things a person can do. One of the least-severe symptoms that it causes is wrinkles and early aging, problems that can be quite upsetting emotionally for those who quit smoking. Thankfully, Botox treatment can provide them with a younger and healthier face for years to come.
1. Smoking May Cause Early Aging
Though cigarette smoking may not be as common as it was in the past, a large portion of the population still regularly lights up. And when younger smokers begin early in life, they are setting themselves up for symptoms of early aging. Unfortunately, smoking can cause damage to various areas of the face and trigger wrinkles that spread rapidly and cause a person to look much older than normal.
And while quitting smoking can stop the spread of these wrinkles, it does not reverse those that have already developed. Unfortunately, these signs of early aging can then lead to looking older when an individual reaches their senior years, causing them to feel emotionally distraught and upset. Therefore, it is critical for those who are in this situation to consider treatment to look longer, such as Botox.
2. How Botox Can Help
Botox is a type of injected poison that works by damaging certain muscles and nerves in the body. This may sound dangerous but is safe when applied by a professional and not done at home. When properly applied, Botox will cause wrinkles to disappear by tightening up the skin and making it tauter. This benefit is something that can occur very quickly or over an extended period with multiple treatments.
And as a person's skin starts to tighten and wrinkles begin to disappear, they may feel better about themselves because they look younger than they did in the past. This benefit is huge because it can allow a person to transform their physical appearance, strengthen their emotional core, and become a happier and healthier individual even as they reach their later senior years.
Botox is also a good choice because it is not invasive and doesn't cause permanent damage to the muscles in the face. After a while, its effects do wear off—usually up to six months—and the damage that it caused gets repaired. However, the benefits may last longer than that, allowing a person to keep their face looking younger for years longer than they may have thought was possible.Share