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Russian (Neck) Botox

Russian (Neck) Botox

Our neck carries the weight of our head all day, which causes a thicker neck appearance due to lymphedema.

In order to reduce this, Botox prepared with a special method is superficially injected into the neck tissue from many points.

The process shows its effect between 3 and 10 days, but it provides a thinner neck appearance and thinning lines. It is recommended to be repeated every 6 months on average.

What is the mechanism of action?

The neck becomes edematous during the day depending on the weight it carries and looks thicker than it actually is. In this method, botox prepared with a special mixture is injected into the area and accelerates lymph circulation. A thinner neck appearance is obtained with the accelerated lymph circulation.

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Date of Update 21.12.2023