Botox is infamously known for being a noninvasive cosmetic treatment that eliminates fine lines and wrinkles, creating a more youthful facial appearance. More recently, Botox is making headlines for another use–the “Botox boob job”.
This Botox boob job is less of a boob job and more of a breast lift. When Botox is administered to the pectoral muscles, it’s capable of providing a lift that gives the appearance of breast enhancement. It’s only a temporary treatment lasting a few months, but it’s a perfect “test drive” for those considering receiving a surgical breast augmentation.
With the rise in trends like Brotox, Botox has proven it’s rankings as the #1 nonsurgical cosmetic treatment in the United States. It’s not only plastic surgeons and dermatologists who can administer Botox. Doctors, physicians, and nurses are also capable of receiving Botox training to provide cosmetic Botox treatments to clients.
“It’s amazing how versatile Botox has become,” Louis Silberman, President and Founder of National Laser Institute states. “We’ve trained countless medical professionals throughout the years. They love the idea of offering treatments like Botox to clients because clients leave with a new sense of confidence.”
Medical professionals can receive Botox training in as little as a weekend with National Laser Institute, the leading medical esthetics school in the nation. This course covers Botox safety and the latest injection techniques complete with hands-on clinical experience in a luxury medical spa environment.
“I’m eager to see future uses for medical and cosmetic Botox,” Silberman says.