Counterfeit Botox | Our Cincinnati Botox Safety & Purity Standards

Dear Patients,

You may have seen the recent news about counterfeit Botox, which has been found across the country. It has also been reported right over the river from us in Kentucky. Counterfeit Botox is sold illegally from 3rd party sellers and is not distributed by the Botox manufacturer, Allergan.

Counterfeit Botox | Botox Safety | Mona Dermatology Cincinnati

I want to assure you that here at Mona Dermatology, we only source our Botox directly from Allergan. We also follow the strictest standards for Botox safety, storage, and reconstitution to ensure your safety and the product’s quality. 

For these reasons, you can always have confidence in the authenticity of your Botox treatments when being treated at Mona Dermatology. Should you choose to get your Botox treatments at another location, information is included below on what you should look out for. It is our priority to help you avoid the risk of being treated with counterfeit Botox .

Allergan’s Commitment to Safety

AbbVie and Allergan Aesthetics are the only authorized suppliers of BOTOX® (onabotulinumtoxinA) and BOTOX® Cosmetic (onabotulinumtoxinA) in the United States.  In partnership with public health authorities, Allergan has confirmed the security of its supply chain. They have also confirmed the safety, quality, and efficacy of all products it manufactures and distributes.

How to Spot Counterfeit Botox

Consumers can identify authentic BOTOX® and BOTOX® Cosmetic products via a tamper evident seal on each product box carton, the established name “onabotulinumtoxinA” listed under the brand name BOTOX® or BOTOX® Cosmetic, and the hologram of the word “Allergan” on the vial label. Details on how to do this are in the graphic below and available at BotoxCosmetic.com.

How To Spot Counterfeit Botox | Mona Dermatology Cincinnati

If a price seems too good to be true, it probably is! If a treatment is discounted deeply, it is possible that the Botox could be heavily diluted or counterfeit. Paying a little more to see a well-trained provider and receive real Botox is worthwhile. Most importantly, it could also save you in the long term.

Mona Dermatology Botox Safety

At Mona Dermatology, our quality standards ensure you will never risk treatment with counterfeit Botox. Upon request, we are always happy to show you the box or vial that your Botox came in. We encourage you to adopt this practice of checking labels when visiting other offices. This will help ensure you are not receiving a counterfeit product. 

Dr. Mona Foad is a national trainer for Allergan (the maker of Botox and Juvederm). She is an expert in safe storage, reconstitution, and injection practices and ensures that all Mona Dermatology providers follow the same protocols. Our providers hold advanced degrees and undergo extensive training for at least six months before seeing patients.

Q&A with Dr. Mona on Brown Spots

As seen in the August 2022 issue of Cincinnati Magazine.

What are brown spots and how do they form?

There are different types of “brown spots” that might suddenly appear on our skin. Pigment producing cells called melanocytes create them all. UV exposure, most commonly from the sun or tanning beds, can cause our melanocytes to produce a pigment called melanin in an effort to protect our skin from the UV damage. This is what creates a tan. It’s our skin’s way of trying to shield itself. With repeated UV exposure, melanin clumps into higher concentration and produces those pesky “sun spots” that we start seeing as we get older. In addition, many people suffer from melasma, which can be aggravated by UV ray and hormonal causes. 

How can we prevent brown spots?

I like to think of brown spots as icebergs that form in the ocean of our skin. Over time, the icebergs start floating to the top where we start to see them. The sun’s UV rays produce more pigment icebergs and cause them to rise to the surface more quickly.

For this reason, the easiest and best way to prevent brown spots suddenly appearing on the skin is to be “sun smart.” Use a broad-spectrum sunscreen. Avoid the middle of the day sun between 10am-2pm. Wear a broad brimmed hat, and consider wearing UPF clothing. I recommend sunscreens with zinc oxide and titanium dioxide. Some of my favorites are made by Elta MD, Colorescience, SkinMedica, and Alastin. Don’t forget to reapply every 2-3 hours! 

You should also add a good topical antioxidant on a daily basis to prevent free radical damage from UV, pollution, and blue light. The Lumivive System by Skinmedica is one of my favorites. The day serum protects your skin from environmental damage, while the night serum repairs that damage. CE Ferulic, Phloretin CF and Sillymarin by SkinCeuticals are other fan-favorite antioxidants as well.

How can we treat brown spots after they form?

First, see a dermatologist to make sure that your brown spots are just normal sun damage and not something else such as skin cancer. I recommend a yearly skin exam and doing monthly self-exams using the ABCDEs as your guide. Early detection of skin cancers can result in higher cure rates.

To treat your brown spots, talk to your dermatologist about what approach is right for you. More superficial brown spots may be addressed with fading creams, skin brighteners, or a series of chemical peels. No down time treatments such as broad band light, often called BBL or IPL, can also help to even out your skin tone.

Occasionally, the “pigment icebergs” I mentioned earlier are too deep and dark, and we need to turn to different options such as Fraxel, Co2, or Picosecond lasers to break up the brown spots.

Are there any products that you recommend?

If you suffer from brown spot formation, I highly recommend a pigment brightener like Even & Correct by SkinMedica. Unlike hydroquinone (which I recommend people cycle on and off of) Even & Correct is safe to use year round and helps prevent and decrease brown spot formation.

Special Launch Offer: New Acne Products from SkinMedica

Our team was excited to be among the first to try the new acne products from SkinMedica: Acne Clarifying Treatment and Pore Purifying Gel Cleanser!

These innovative new products combine powerful ingredients like salicylic acid, Bakuchiol, and niacinamide to balance sebum production and clear breakouts while still hydrating skin and supporting the skin barrier. Thanks to this innovative formula, patients may notice clearer skin without the dryness and irritation that are often caused by acne products. It’s safe to say that these are some of our favorite acne products we’ve ever tried.

Our team recently shared their first impressions when trying the Pore Purifying Gel Cleanser: click the link below to watch!

Special Launch Offer: Try Both Products for $98

Here are the details on how to take advantage of our special launch offer on the new acne products from SkinMedica! If you’re as excited about these new products as we are, be sure to take advantage of our launch pricing. Typically, the Acne Clarifying Treatment retails for $88 and the Pore Purifying Gel Cleanser retails for $48 but to celebrate the launch we are selling the bundle for just $98! To take advantage of this promotion, simply add both products to your cart and the discount will automatically be applied. Note that launch pricing is only valid through 5/30/24.

Key Benefits & Ingredients

The Acne Clarifying Treatment has a new proprietary SebumBalance Complex with Bakuchiol that balances sebum, supports skin health and clarity, and reduces the appearance of pores. It also includes encapsulated 2% Salicylic Acid that releases over time to treat and prevent breakouts without drying out skin and 2% niacinamide that soothes skin and visible redness and supports a healthy, strong skin barrier. The Pore Purifying Gel Cleanser is formulated with antioxidants, bakuchiol, salicylic Acid/BHA, and soothing botanicals Aloe and Olive Leaf. This product is a non-irritating gel cleanser with clinically proven ingredients that gently dissolve makeup, oil, impurities, and dirt to cleanse and purify pores while supporting the skin’s barrier and improving the appearance of skin texture.

Results from Clinical Studies

In a clinical study of patients using the Pore Purifying Gel Cleanser and the Acne Clarifying Treatment:

  • 95% of patients said the products did not dry out their skin  24 hours after use
  • 90% of patients said their skin looked clearer in just 48 hours
  • 93% of patients said their skin looked and felt less oily in just 4 weeks
  • 86% of patients said their pores looked smaller in just 4 weeks

Results courtesy of SkinMedica.

How to Take Advantage of the Special Launch Offer on New Acne Products from SkinMedica

Simply click the links below to add both items to your cart and the discount will automatically apply! Alternatively, you can also call the office at 513.984.4800 to purchase.

Laser Hair Removal vs. Waxing: Digging Deeper into Dr. Bowles’ Byrdie Feature

We’re thrilled to see our provider, Dr. Alexandra Bowles, featured in a recent article on Byrdie: “Laser Hair Removal vs. Waxing: Which Is Best for You?

Expanding on her insights revealed in the interview with Byrdie, Dr. Bowles is sharing the inside scoop on these two treatments and how you can choose which one is best for you.

Laser Hair Removal vs. Waxing | As Seen in Byrdie | Dr. Alexandra Bowles

What Is Laser Hair Removal?

Laser hair removal is a cosmetic procedure that uses a laser (also known as concentrated beams of light) to remove unwanted hair. The laser emits light that is absorbed by the pigment (or melanin), found in the hair follicles, which in turn delays future hair growth. 

What Is Waxing?

Waxing is a semi-permanent hair removal method that is easy and efficient, leaving the skin feeling smooth and soft. Waxing allows for a more effective removal of the entire hair with the root, from the follicle, as opposed to shaving. There are different types of wax such as:

  • Soft wax, also known as strip waxing
  • Hard wax, which is directly applied onto the skin, cooled for a few minutes, and then pulled and removed in the opposite direction of the hair growth
  • Fruit wax, which works well for sensitive skin
  • Chocolate wax which works well for skin prone to irritation and redness
  • Sugar wax, a more natural option for hair removal for people with sensitive skin

What results to expect for both? 

The most major difference is that laser hair removal is semi-permanent or in some cases permanent. Waxing must be performed regularly as the hair regrows. Each process of hair removal has its own benefits and drawbacks in terms of lasting quality, effectiveness, and potential side effects.

Laser hair removal offers a long-term reduction in hair growth and precision targeting of unwanted hair. Plan for several treatments, typically 5-8, for optimal reduction; and maintenance treatments every year or so. Laser hair removal has minimal discomfort and temporary redness or swelling in the treated area. In some cases, skin pigmentation or scarring can occur during and after the procedure. However, seeing a well-trained provider will reduce this risk as they will be able to choose the proper laser and settings for your skin tone. They can also perform a spot test when necessary.

Waxing on the other hand provides immediate results, with smoother skin right after the procedure. However, the results from waxing are temporary in that hair usually grows back within a few weeks. Waxing can be painful, especially with sensitive skin. It can cause side effects such as redness, skin irritation, and ingrown hairs.

What skin or hair types are best for laser hair removal vs. waxing?

People with lighter pigmented hair such as blonde or red, are not a candidate for laser hair removal. This is because the laser targets the pigment in the hair follicle and lighter hair types lack the pigment needed for the laser to work. Waxing or plucking is a good choice for people with this hair type. Individuals with darker hair are good candidates for laser hair removal. It is very important to note that plucking or waxing hair prior to a laser hair removal session is not recommended. This removes the hair follicle entirely, so there is nothing for the laser to target. Dermaplaning or shaving prior to laser hair removal is recommended though, as treating an area with long hair can impede the laser’s ability to get into the follicle.

In contrast, waxing comes in different forms that can be used for hair removal, depending on an individual’s preference. Soft wax, also known as strip waxing, is ideal for removing tiny, fine strands of hair you can’t see. It is usually used on larger areas of the body, applied directly to the skin, and removed by a strip of cloth. Hard wax is used for smaller and more sensitive areas like the upper lip, underarms, and bikini area. This form of wax is applied warm and directly on the skin, and once hardened, is peeled off. Fruit wax is similar to hard body wax but is recommended mostly for people with sensitive skin.

What is the pain level for both treatments?

When it comes to laser hair removal, the pain level or discomfort is usually tolerable for most individuals. Most people feel a mild stinging or tingling sensation during the procedure. Sometimes we will use topical numbing cream in certain areas to provide more comfort. Waxing, on the other hand, is generally considered more painful. This is especially true in areas of the body like the bikini area, underarms, and upper lip that are more sensitive. 

Laser Hair Removal vs. Waxing | As Seen in Byrdie | Dr. Alexandra Bowles

What is the cost for both treatments? 

The cost of a laser hair treatment really depends on two factors, treatment area and permanence. Typically, larger treatment areas like the back or legs can cost more than smaller areas. While laser hair removal is a more permanent option than waxing, you will still have to get some maintenance treatments. If you follow your complete treatment plan, including maintenance, this could last between 6 to 12 months or longer. This can cost more initially, but can end up being a worthwhile investment down the road. Waxing, on the other hand, is less costly than laser hair removal per treatment. However, waxing is not a permanent hair removal solution. The cost of getting routine wax treatments for several years can end up being more costly than laser treatment in the end.

What is aftercare like for both treatments?

The aftercare for laser hair removal requires individuals to avoid being exposed to the sun, heat, and irritants. This includes hot baths, steam rooms, and saunas. It is also recommended to resist the urge to scratch or pick at the treated area. Similarly, for waxing, individuals are encouraged to avoid sun exposure to prevent sunburn and minimize the risk of post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation. Exfoliating gently, moisturizing regularly, and avoiding tight clothing around the waxed area are also ways to reduce the risk of irritation, redness, and dryness of the skin. 

What is the frequency of treatment for both?

Most patients have laser hair removal sessions once every 4 to 6 weeks. This varies depending on the rate of hair regrowth and also on the treatment area. The hair growth cycle for the face is usually faster so patients might start with a visit every 2 weeks. The body, on the other hand, is typically every 4 weeks. Similarly, for waxing, hair growth is faster in areas like the eyebrows, bikini line, and underarms. For these areas, you will require a wax session every 2-3 weeks. The time between sessions allows for the hair to regrow to a waxable length. In contrast, legs will typically require a waxing session every 3 to 5 weeks. 

Final Thoughts: Which treatment does Dr. Alexandra recommend?

I would recommend laser hair removal as I feel it is a safe and effective way to provide long lasting hair reduction. While it is an investment upfront, the time and money you would save from years of waxing is something important to consider. I also feel that over-waxing some areas can cause permanent discoloration, while laser hair removal does not do this if the treatments are performed properly. It’s very important to get a consultation with a knowledgeable provider who has treated patients with your skin type and to do a test spot if there is a concern of hyperpigmentation. All in all, laser hair removal is a great choice for everyone!

Skinvive Before & Afters | 5 Patient Stories

Skinvive by Juvederm is the first and only FDA-approved microdroplet injectable for improving smoothness and hydration in the cheeks. We are very proud to have had our owner and founder, Dr. Mona Foad, selected as a national trainer for this revolutionary new treatment. Learn more about the science behind Skinvive in this blog post.

Mona Dermatology was fortunate to be among the first practices to start giving Skinvive treatments in late September 2023. We treated several of our staff members ranging in ages from 27 to 57, and today we are excited to share their Skinvive results and experiences with you!

It’s important to remember that because Skinvive is hydrating your skin from within, some people may not show obvious visual changes in their skin. However, they will feel the difference in their skin quality. To give the most comprehensive look at Skinvive results, we are including before and afters, a patient testimonial, as well as notable changes in their skin quality as detected by our VISIA Skin Analysis.

Skinvive Before and After

Patient 1: Kylee, Female, Age 27

“After skinvive my skin feels soft, and more hydrated. I feel like my makeup sits better because my skin feels more plump. My cheeks now have more of a “glow” to them, as well.” – Kylee

The most notable change in Kylee’s skin after her VISIA Skin Analysis is that her pore size improved from the 40th percentile before treatment to the 70th percentile among patients in her age group!

Patient 2: Amber, Female, Age 33

“I love the softness that my skin feels up to this point. This is also about the time I start my heavier moisturizer since I get dry this time of year. However, my skin feels so hydrated and my skincare products seem to absorb way better as well.”

The most notable change in Amber’s skin after her VISIA Skin Analysis is that her pore size improved from the 12th percentile before treatment to the 67th percentile among patients in her age group!

Patient 3: Christy, Female, Age 57

“My skin feels as hydrated and soft as it did 20 years ago.  I started noticing the difference in the first week post-treatment.  I will definitely want this treatment every 6 months”.

The most notable change in Christy’s skin after her VISIA Skin Analysis is that her pore size improved from the 35th percentile before treatment to the 82nd percentile among patients in her age group. This was the most dramat ic change we saw among these 5 patients!

Patient 4: Angelica, Female, Age 35

I noticed almost immediately that Skinvive gave me that “glass skin” appearance. My smile lines are gone and my skin tone looks softer and airbrushed.”

The most notable change in Angie’s skin after her VISIA Skin Analysis were in her wrinkles and texture. Her wrinkles improved from the 31st percentile to the 50th percentile and her texture improved from the 68th percentile to the 78th percentile among patients in her age group.

Patient 5: Emily, Female, Age 34

Lately I have been getting alot of compliments on how glowy my skin looks. I feel like my skin looks dewy and more plump.”

While Emily’s VISIA Skin Analysis had no major change in stats such as pore size or texture, her skin does show a noticeable change in luminosity and glow as mentioned in her testimonial.

Schedule A Skinvive Consultation

Anyone can be a candidate for a Skinvive treatment! To learn more, schedule a consultation online or give us a call at 513.984.4800.

Introducing Skinvive | What is Skinvive & The Science Behind It

Skinvive by Juvederm is the first and only FDA-approved microdroplet injectable for improving smoothness and hydration in the cheeks. We are very proud to have had our owner and founder, Dr. Mona Foad, selected as a national trainer for this revolutionary new treatment. She attended the Allergan AMI training in Washington, D.C. in September and was able to bring back her learnings to share with us!

Dr. Mona Foad at Allergan Medical Institute Training on Skinvive by Juvederm | What is Skinvive
Dr. Mona Foad at Allergan Medical Institute Training on Skinvive by Juvederm


The quality of our skin is one of the key indicators for our overall health and youthfulness. For many of the top contributors to skin quality, such as skin tone, texture, and elasticity we already have tools to address them here in our office. But when it comes to hydration, up until now our best options have been topical moisturizers & hydrators, such as SKinMedica’s HA5, or hydrating facial treatments such as Diamond Glow or Oxygen Facial. The issue with all of these options is that they do not provide a long-lasting hydration and only address the top layers of skin. Hydration affects not only the way skin looks and feels, but also how it reacts and behaves. Skinvive is a hyaluonic acid injectable that is placed in the deeper layers of the skin and acts like a long-lasting moisturizer. Skinvive creates a glow and smoothness that lasts up to 6 months!


Skinvive was studied in 208 patients across all skin types who had moderate to severe loss of overall cheek smoothness, including visible signs such as coarse and uneven skin texture, fine lines, and loss of elasticity. After being treated with Skinvive, the majority of patients improved by at least one score on the cheek smoothness scale. This means if they started with severe loss of smoothness, they improved to show only moderate or minimal loss of smoothness post-treatment. This improvement also persisted for 6 months. When asked to rate their skin at 3 months post-treatment, 84% saw an improvement in overall skin health, 74% saw improvement in radiance, 78% saw improvement in hydration, and 79% felt their skin looked more refreshed. Other notable improvements included pore appearance, skin tone and color, smoothness, morning appearance, and end of day appearance.


The best way to create plump, glowing skin is by addressing hydration within all layers of the skin. Topical skincare products are great for hydrating the top layer of your skin, known as the epidermis. Some of our favorites include hyaluronic acid hydrators such as HA5 Rejuvenating Hydrator or HA Immerse Serum. Using a moisturizer daily will also help to lock in moisture and protect your skin barrier; some of our best-sellers include SkinMedica Rejuvenative Moisturizer, SkinMedica Ultra Sheer Moisturizer, and SkinMedica Dermal Repair Cream. The next layer in your skin is known as the Dermo-epidermal junction. The best way to address this layer is with treatments that can infuse more deeply into the skin, such as the Diamond Glow Hyaluronic Acid Serum treatment. Lastly, by injecting Skinvive into the deep dermis, you will have incorporated hyaluronic acid to all layers of the skin. 


If you want to see before and after photos, patient testimonials, and more be sure to check out our other blog post where we share 5 Skinvive patient stories.

Anyone can be a candidate for a Skinvive treatment! To learn more, schedule a consultation online or give us a call at 513.984.4800.

Introducing: Even & Correct System by SkinMedica

We are so excited to introduce you to SkinMedica’s newest product line: Even & Correct!

Dr. Mona Foad presents on Even & Correct and the Allergan Aesthetics National Sales Meeting

Dr. Mona had the honor of speaking at SkinMedica’s national sales meeting last week to present on this exciting new product to their team.

These clinically-proven products work as a customizable and comprehensive approach that helps target the broad spectrum of unwanted hyperpigmentation and effectively address critical pathways associated with melanogenesis. Three unique, hydroquinone-free formulations are designed to be tailored to your needs. When used all together, you may see improvements in the appearance of hyperpigmentation in as little as one week.

The Even & Correct system includes 3 products: The Advanced Brightening Treatment ($178), The Dark Spot Cream ($88), and The Brightening Treatment Pads ($60 Value). The system is completely customizable: use all 3 for best results or mix & match to fit your unique skin’s needs.

All three products are clinically-proven to address the signs of visible hyperpigmentation. Fun fact: Lytera 2.0 addressed 5 pathways of pigment product, while this new technology addresses 6!

Pre-order on Even & Correct will be available through Sunday, 1/22/23.  These pre-order promotions are available exclusively at Mona Dermatology.


VIP Pre-Order Bundle ($250 for $500+ Value)

  • Even & Correct Advanced Brightening Treatment ($178 Value)
  • Even & Correct Dark Spot Cream ($88 Value)
  • Even & Correct Brightening Treatment Pads ($60 Value)
  • $100 Credit Toward a Diamond Glow, Chemical Peel, IPL, or Laser Package*
  • 20% off Credit Toward a TNS Advanced+ Serum*
  • 1 Pack On-the-Go Brightening Treatment Pads
  • Luxury Sun Hat

Click here to purchase the VIP bundle!

*Credits expire 3 months from purchase date.

Pre-Order Individual Products at 20% Off

Pre-order purchases of individual Even & Correct products are 20% off through Sunday, 1/22/23.

In addition, all pre-order purchases will come with a credit* for 20% off TNS Advanced+ Serum ($60 value!)

To purchase Even & Correct products individually, use the links below:

*Credits expire 3 months from purchase date.

How Much Does Botox Cost?

You’ve probably heard of Botox before and you may have even considered it for correcting your lines and wrinkles. There are many factors that can contribute to your total Botox cost for a treatment, including what areas are being treated, how the Botox is priced (unit vs area)  and the experience of your injector. We are breaking down the most frequently asked questions about Botox cost so you can decide if it is right for you.

What is Botox?

Botox Cosmetic (onabotulinumtoxinA) is a quick, non-surgical injection that temporarily relaxes the muscles that cause wrinkles, resulting in a desirable, smooth appearance. Botox can be used to both prevent the formation of wrinkles and to correct existing fine lines and wrinkles. Popular treatment areas include crow’s feet, frown lines (glabella), forehead lines, nose or ”bunny” lines, lip or “smokers” lines, chin, neck (platysmal) bands, and more.

Why Should I Get Botox?

While using skin care such as Sunscreen, Growth Factors, Retinoids and Antioxidants can help prevent aging and improve the appearance of your fine lines and wrinkles, they cannot compare to the effectiveness of Botox, especially for the deeper lines that can form. By reducing your muscle movement in key areas, you are able to stop the wrinkle from forming and deepening in the first place. Botox treatment paired with a high-quality skincare routine will provide you with the best results. You can learn more about Botox and if you may be a candidate on our Botox page.

How Much Botox Will I Need?

Botox is measured in units and the number of units needed depends on the area you are treating, the results you want, and the strength of your muscles in the treatment area. For example, here are the Botox cost ranges for a few of our most popular treatment areas:

  • Frown Lines (Glabella): 14-20 Units
  • Crows Feet: 6-20 Units
  • Forehead: 4-20 Units
  • “Lip Flip”: 2-4 Units

It is important to work with a skilled injector for your treatment, as too few units will not give you the results you need, but too many units will give you the “frozen” look that many patients fear. The good news is that Dr. Mona is a national trainer for Allergan (the maker of Botox) and Mona Dermatology is one of the top injectable practices in the country (administering over 30,000 units per year).

Botox Cost by Unit vs. Botox Cost By Area

To ensure you are getting the most fair pricing and best value for your Botox, it is a good idea to have your treatment done at an office that prices their Botox by the unit. Some practices will charge you by the area, based on an average amount needed. The problem with this pricing model is that if you are receiving fewer units than are needed on average, you are actually overpaying for your Botox. It is also important to be aware of Botox that has been highly discounted, as it may be overdiluted and will not target specific muscles as accurately. While it may cost you less per unit, you are likely receiving less of the Botox in each unit and will need more units as a result. It is also important to remember that you are not only paying for the Botox when you are paying for your units, you are also paying for the experience of your injector. A highly-skilled provider is likely to charge more per unit than one who is just starting out. If the Botox price seems too good to be true, it probably is.

Botox Cost by UnitCalculating Your Botox Cost

In order to estimate how much your Botox treatment will cost you, you will simply multiply the total number of units needed by the cost per unit. Currently, the list price for Botox at Mona Dermatology is $14/unit. For example, a patient has decided after their consultation [link] that they will need 20 units of Botox:

(20 units of Botox)  x  ($14 per unit)  =  Total Cost

How Much Will My Botox Cost Per Year?

The length of time that your Botox will last before wearing off can vary from one person to another. In general, most patients will need another treatment in about 3-6 months. If you are unsure if Botox is right for you, it may be best to start with one or two areas that bother you the most. This will help you learn more about the treatment from experience and build a relationship with your injector. To learn more about Botox cost and if Botox is right for you, it is always best to start by scheduling a consultation.

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