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Azzalure Botox is a local muscle relaxant adapted from the botulinum neuromodulator type-A of Dysport® and is specifically designed for use in aesthetic indications.
Azzalure is indicated for the temporary improvement in the appearance of moderate to severe glabellar lines (vertical lines between the eyebrows, or “frown lines”) seen at frown and lateral canthal lines (crow’s feet lines) seen at maximum smile, in adult patients under 65 years, when the severity of these lines has an important improvement in the psychological impact on the patient.
How does Azzalure Botox Work?
Azzalure contains an active ingredient called botulinum toxin type A, which is derived from Clostridium botulinum, a type of bacteria. The toxins role is to stop nerves from carrying out their normal function. By preventing the release of significant chemicals, muscle contraction is also inhibited.
The positive effect is to make muscles between the eyebrows relaxed, diminishing the appearance of vertical frown lines. The effect is only temporary and further treatments can be given every three months.
How long to see Azzalure last:
Azzalure Botox normally takes an average of 2 to 3 days to start working as seen in glabellar lines, although it may take a little longer for the full effects to be seen. The speed of action will depend on the strength of your facial muscles and your individual response to the injection.
How Long will Aazalure Botox Results Last?
Results are subtle and very natural looking and can last for up to 6 months in some patients. Many patients find that with regular use, the Azzalure effects can last longer. For best effects, it is recommended you repeat your treatment after around 3 months.
The following individuals can use Azzalure Botox 125 speywood units but only after seeking medical professional advice:
- Anyone with inflammation at the site of injection.
- Anyone with extremely weak muscles at the site of injection
- Anyone with haemophilia, a blood clotting disorder
- Anyone with dysphagia, where they have problems with swallowing food.
- Anyone with aspiration, where food goes in the air pipes.
- Anyone with neuromuscular disorders (motor neuropathy)
- Anyone currently under going surgery or suffering from head or chest injuries.
Who should not use this Azzalure Botulinum?
Pregnant and lactating women should not use this product as not enough clinical data has been collected to suggest that it is safe. There is a risk of passing it through mother to baby.
Any individuals that develop hypersensitivity or an allergic reaction to the product should also refrain from using it. Children under 18 and adults over 65 should also not use Azzalure Botox 1x125iu
Anyone with an infection on the skin surface at the proposed injection site should wait for the infection to completely disappear first before using azzalure botox.
If there is a probable muscle weakness(myasthenia gravis) already present then do not use either. The following diseases and conditions should also rule out the use of this medicine: Eaton Lambert syndrome and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (degenerative nerve muscle disorder).
Possible Side Effects with Azzalure Botulinum?
There are a range of Azzalure Botox side effects which range from common, slightly common, not common and rare. It is important to be aware that dizziness, blurry vision and muscle weakness may occur following treatment which means that you should not drive or use any machines until the symptoms have cleared.
If you experience any problems with swallowing food, or breathing or being able to speak clearly, see your doctor straight away.
If you used more than required, your body will start to make antibodies to fight against the drug as it will treat it as a foreign body and begin to invade it, which will render effects ineffective. It is advisable to wait at least 3 months before having any subsequent treatment.
Please note Buy Azzalure, its composition includes albumin from human blood, which means there is a possible risk of viral infection. Please take this into consideration before starting treatment.
Common Azzalure Botox 1x125iu side effects include redness, bruising, headaches and pins and needles at the site of injection. Slightly common effects include eye pain, muscle twitching around the eye, eyelid swelling, dropping of the eyelid, dry eyes and also watery eyes. Much less uncommon effects include feeling dizzy, itchiness, double vision, blurry vision, rashes and swelling around the face. Rare reactions that are extremely unlikely to happen include problems with eye movements and the development of hives.