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What You Need To Know Before Getting Botox For Your Wedding
Everyone wants to look their best on their wedding day and Botox seems to be on the list of things for brides to do. If it’s on yours, you need to look into it months in advance.
According to the American Society of Plastic Surgery, it can take anywhere from three to seven days for your face to settle after getting Botox done.
The results will last for months, so to ensure you’ll like them, get it done well in advance to see how you feel and whether or not there are any complications.
Surgeon Dr. Jonquille Chantrey told Harper's Bazaar that "advanced areas around the nose, chin, and jawline should be performed by experts only."
By trying Botox months before your wedding day, you'll know exactly how your face is going to settle after the treatment, so you don't have any surprises.
Botox can make you look like you're feeling your best, despite any behind-the-scenes drama that might come with planning a wedding.
Research has found that there are other health benefits of Botox, like alleviating headaches and excessive sweating, both of which can be a major asset on your wedding day.
It’s important to go in with realistic expectations and remember that while Botox is extremely safe, there can still be complications that turn serious.
Remember This
Do your research, talk to an expert about what you're trying to achieve, and listen to their advice — especially if this is your first time trying Botox.