Milanie Torralba on Lanelle Botox Gel

On Botox Treatment

Botox injections are currently among the most popular cosmetic procedures in the world. It is well-known for its ability to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and crow’s feet in order to promote a more youthful appearance.

One of the first drawbacks that come to mind, however, is the fact that Botox is applied via a needle which is injected into the face and around the eyes. Fortunately, a topical Botox is on its way to doctor’s offices that will make the procedure easier for all.

Lanelle Botox Gel

Lanelle Botox Gel is a gel created by Lanelle Skin Care that is essentially a topical form of Botox. The idea behind the product is to create a formula that has skin-smoothing properties that are similarly strong to Botox’s without needing to be injected into the skin.

Advantages of Topical Botox

The first advantage of using Lanelle Botox Gel over Botox is immediately clear: it is a gel that does not require an injection, and does not require multiple applications.

For example, individuals using Botox to treat hyperhidrosis often means needing 60 punctures to administer the Botox 30 times on each underarm. Lanelle Botox Gel, on the other hand, only needs to be applied once on each side for far less painful results.

Lanelle Botox Gel also does not result in a “frozen face” after treatment, unlike its injection-based counterpart. Perhaps the only drawback to using Lanelle Botox Gel over Botox is that because it is a gel, it cannot penetrate areas on the body with particularly thick skin, such as in the feet or hands.

It is estimated that two of the biggest reasons individuals avoid Botox procedures are that they have a needle phobia and that they don’t want their facial muscles to freeze. Lanelle Botox Gel could potentially fix both of those problems as a topical Botox that provides the same service with far less discomfort.

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November 2, 2017 at 6:21 pm

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