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Is There Really A Right Age For Botox?

Is There A Right Age For Botox

Botox has become a household name over the last decade. As a nonsurgical cosmetic treatment, Botox is known for its ability to smooth away fine lines and wrinkles.

But how to you know if you should get Botox?

Is There A Right Age For Botox?

Dermatologist Fredric Brandt, MD, stated that “it’s not a chronological age, but a biological age.” However, many young twentysomethings have been receiving Botox as a preventative treatment.

In fact, new research stated Botox may be able to provide long-term skin benefits for those who do get treatments.

A larger majority of clients receive treatments when they begin noticing crow’s feet, forehead lines and other lines as signs of aging. This more prevalent group is typically in the 40s-50s range and uses Botox to appear more youthful and rejuvenated.

Cosmetic Injectable Training at National Laser Institute

Botox has been the #1 nonsurgical cosmetic treatment performed in the U.S. for a number of years. With millions of treatments performed each year, more medical professionals have considered earning Botox training.

Plastic surgeons and dermatologists aren’t the only ones who can provide Botox treatments. Physicians, nurses and medical professionals can as well. The only thing you need is to complete training.

National Laser Institute is the leading medical aesthetics school in the nation and trains countless medical professionals each month. Our Botox training course offers medical professionals CE/CME credits upon course completion.

Taught by leading injectable experts, you’ll experience hands-on training with real Botox clients and learn everything you need to know about performing Botox as well as safety measures. In as little as a weekend, you can earn your Botox training with National Laser Institute.

Learn more about Botox training or National Laser Institute’s courses by calling 800-982-6817 or filling out our form on the right.