The eye contour is one of the areas most benefited by Botox, especially between the outer edge of the eye area and the temples, that is, the wrinkles popularly called "Crow's feet," one of the main signs of aging.
The action of Botox consists in relaxing the muscles under the skin. With this, wrinkles that form on the face's surface due to contractions generated by gestures such as laughter, anger, or surprise, among others, are eliminated.
Botox has no side effects and dissolves in the body without posing any danger. The only risk is when it is applied by non-medical or inexperienced personnel.
This is a substance present in the human body entirely naturally. Hyaluronic Acid is responsible for the generation and hydration of tissues during the growth stage. From the age of 18, this substance is less and less, so it can be reintegrated into the body to give volume where it is required.