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Old 01-27-2008, 12:24 AM   #1
 
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Default botox touch-ups frequency?

i'm doing every 4 months, but you're suppose to do every 3. any one here go longer than every 4 months with good results? i know someone that only has to have her lips done once every year and a half because that's how long it last on her (only person the doctor knew like that) just wondering if anyone has had any similar experiences with botox?


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I do mine every 3 months on the dot, like clockwork

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I haven't since because the economy sucks.

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As a general rule, Botox will last between 3 and 6 months, so if you are going every 4 months and are happy with your results, there is no need to go more frequently. If administered expertly, Botox can last longer. For many of my patients, their results last 6-9 months; some even last up to a year! So, the idea is to go back for more when you need to, not because of a generic schedule. If you are in California, stop by Epione in Beverly Hils and try our Botox program. We do more Botox procedures than any other office in California, and we only use the maximum strength Botox, so your results will last longer!

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Less Frequent Doses Of Botox Still Result In Reduced Wrinkles

Less Frequent Doses Of Botox Still Result In Reduced Wrinkles

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Old 05-01-2010, 09:27 PM   #6
 
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Smile botox every 3/4 months

I'm always every 3 to 4 months for around my eyes and bunny lines. . .the transverse line above my nose only needs one or two units and that can go 5 months

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mine goes every six months, i guess it also depends on the severity of your wrinkles as well as your skin type. some people just appears to have stubborn wrinkles that's causing botox not to last for atleast 6 months.

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Botox reduces wrinkles even in less frequent doses

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