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What Does BOTOX® Treat?

Areas of the Face Where BOTOX® is Used

What can BOTOX® do for me? - What areas of the face can BOTOX® injections treat?

BOTOX® is most frequently used to treat wrinkled on the forehead, frown lines, and crow's feet at the outside corners of the eyes.

There are some types of wrinkles BOTOX® cannot help.

Sagging, drooping skin cannot be corrected using BOTOX®. Damage caused by the sun, such as leathery, wrinkled skin is also not appropriate for treatment with BOTOX®.

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