Some action shots from my live video and story posted today 😽 I am 20 years old and this will be my second time with Botox and first time reversing my bottom lip down 💉 Please read the whole text before commenting 💕
I do Botox for preventative purposes. Botox now has hundreds of uses since its discovery in aesthetics. As times are changing, Botox is no longer solely for smoothing out already formed wrinkles. What has started to become more popular in the past few years is preventative Botox for those starting in the young to mid twenties who are looking to maintain their youth 💃🏻
I form very strong crows feet around my eyes and have done so since I was about 15 just because of the way I smile. My goal with baby dosage of Botox is to prevent creases from forming around my eyes. It'll be a small enough amount for some smaller lines to form when I smile and I will also still be able to move my eyes 😂 Ain't nobody tryna end up on botched.
Most of you know that I have been pursuing medical aesthetics for a couple of years now. Many of my research papers in college have been on aesthetic procedure topics and I am actively learning as I work here and as I go through nursing school. 🏥❤📖👩🏻🏫
In my opinion, medical aesthetic procedures enhance upon natural features of the face. They don't suddenly make someone beautiful. I'm also one to believe that beauty comes from within, or else it's not really beauty but just a nice face🙅🏻 If you go in to a clinic for a procedure hoping that it will turn you into the Victoria's Secret model you dream of being, you're setting yourself up for disappointment. Love yourself first, and then make a sound, educated choice to enhance upon your own natural beauty.☝🏻There's so much more to medical aesthetics than meets the eye. I've seen patients cry tears of joy for the subtlest changes, not just because something on their face has changed, but because this will be something that greatly improves their quality of life. ❤❤❤I could go on about quality of life for years. It is actually what moved me to pursue nursing, so let me end this with two statements before I go off on a tangent 😁
1. If you ever decide to have a