BOTOX® 100 Units

Manufacturer : Allergan

Active Substance(s) : Botulinum toxin type A

Strength : 100U

Pack Size : 1 vial

Other Known Names: Vistabel

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$399.00 / pack

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Qty:
Quantity Our Price
1 - 5 pack(s) $399.00 USD
6 - 10 pack(s) $395.00 USD
11 - 20 pack(s) $389.00 USD
21 - 50 pack(s) $379.00 USD
51+ pack(s) USD$369.00 369.00USD
BOTOX® 100 Units

BOTOX® 100 U English Alternative

Manufacturer : Allergan

Active Substance(s) : botulinum toxin type a

Strength : 100U

Pack Size : 1 vial

Other Known Names: Vistabel

$379.00 / pack

(you save $ 0)
Qty:
Quantity Our Price
1 - 5 pack(s) $379.00 USD
6 - 10 pack(s) $375.00 USD
11 - 20 pack(s) $369.00 USD
21 - 50 pack(s) $359.00 USD
51+ pack(s) USD$349.00 349.00USD

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You can buy it from us. BOTOX® is one of the most recognized names in cosmetic surgery, and is the most common cosmetic treatment. This injectable substance is also known as onabotulinumtoxinA because it is made from botulinum toxin type A, and you can purchase BOTOX® 100U online from DoctorMedica.co or by phone. Order wholesale BOTOX® 100U from Doctor Medica to reduce the appearance of wrinkles, reduce underarm sweating, or treat a variety of muscle-related medical conditions.


FAQs About BOTOX®


How does BOTOX® work?

Some types of wrinkles form as repeated use of facial muscles cause the skin to crease, and these types of wrinkles can be treated with BOTOX®. When you inject BOTOX® into the underlying muscle, the toxin inhibits the release of the chemical acetylcholine that causes nerve impulses, so the muscles in the injection area experience paralysis. Because these muscles are in a relaxed position, they are unable to move and form creases in the skin. This reduces the appearance of wrinkles such as glabellar lines and crow's feet. BOTOX® works in a similar way when you inject it to treat other medical conditions, relaxing muscles in an overactive bladder, relaxing muscles that are causing the abnormal head position in cervical dystonia, and more. When you use BOTOX® to treat excessive underarm sweating, it works by blocking chemicals that activate sweat glands.

Where can I use BOTOX®?

BOTOX® can correct the appearance of wrinkles and creases on the face that are caused by the underlying muscle action, such as glabellar lines between the eyebrows and crow's feet around the eyes. You can also use BOTOX® for a variety of medical conditions, like cervical dystonia, which is neck muscle spasms; other muscle spasms; cerebral palsy and other types of upper motor neuron syndrome or UMNS; eye muscle conditions that are caused by nerve disorders, including eyelid spasms known as blepharospasm, uncontrolled blinking, or eyes not pointing in the same direction known as strabismus; overactive bladder and bladder leakage; chronic migraine; and hyperhidrosis, which is severe underarm sweating.

What are the side effects of BOTOX® injections?

Like other cosmetic injections, BOTOX® could cause injection-related side effects like pain, bruising, redness, and infection at the injection site. Other BOTOX® side effects could include the spread of toxin effects to other areas of the body, respiratory infections such as a cold or flu, fever, nausea, headache, neck, back, or other pain, muscle weakness, mild difficulty swallowing, eye irritation, dry eyes, tearing, a reduction in blinking, light sensitivity, double vision, a drooping or swollen eyelid, and anxiety. When used to treat excessive underarm sweating, BOTOX® could also cause sweating in other areas, and when used to treat overactive bladder, BOTOX® could also cause difficulty urinating, burning or painful urination, or a urinary tract infection. Rarely, BOTOX® could cause a serious allergic reaction, and these symptoms could include a rash, trouble breathing, severe dizziness, and itching or swelling of the face, tongue, or throat. Contraindications of BOTOX® include a previous allergic reaction to a botulinum toxin or any ingredients in BOTOX®, an infection in the area that will be injected, and a urinary tract infection if treating urinary incontinence. It is not known how BOTOX® affects an unborn or breastfeeding child.

When does BOTOX® start working?

Most patients will notice a difference within a few days to two weeks as their muscles gradually relax. The results of a BOTOX® treatment usually last between three and six months.

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