Botox In Your 20s Before And After

If you are getting wrinkles in your forehead or between your eyes 20 is definitely not too young. Botox also helps to prevent wrinkles from forming so if you have mild wrinkles it’ll get rid of them and prevent them from forming.

Starting early is one of the best long term maintenance skincare strategies you can use, even if you only Botox twice a year the benefits are countless.

Be sure you’re getting on your daily sunscreen and enjoy your refreshed look! (Amanda Abramson Lloyd, MD, Encinitas Dermatologist)

20 would not be too young for Botox if you need it or would benefit from it (ie. if you have dynamic or already etching in wrinkles on the forehead or around the eyes).

Getting Botox In 20s

Most 20 year-olds simply don’t need it, and most of my patients start coming in their late 20s or later, although I do have some patients who are very expressive and whom I treat in their early 20s at lower preventative doses with very nice results.

Best to see an experienced and highly trained skin/antiaging expert such as a dermatologist for optimal results and safety. (Benjamin Barankin, MD, FRCPC, Toronto Dermatologic Surgeon)

Botox will not only relax your muscles so that the wrinkles you have now will smooth out, starting it early will help prevent more and deeper wrinkles. You will need to be treated every 3 to 4 months.

After using Botox over the long term, you may be able to have treatments less frequently: Repeated use can make your muscles weaker and therefore they will not need as much Botox to get the same results.

A board-certified dermatologist will be able to treat your wrinkles and make recommendations to keep your skin looking young and resilient for as long as possible. (Kory Kitagawa, MD, Honolulu Dermatologist)

There are many different uses for Botox and other similar medicines.

In the case of facial wrinkles, Botox can be used to reduce muscle movements that are responsible for some facial wrinkles. The treatments can be done in late teens and definitely in 20s.

The key is to have experienced doctor assessing and treating the patient. Please make sure that you see an experienced doctor for a thorough consultation and assessment prior to undergoing any treatments. (Mariusz Sapijaszko, MD, FRCPC, Edmonton Dermatologic Surgeon)

There is no specific age that is too young or too old for a neuromodulator such as Botox. Some patients are candidates in their late teens and early 20s due to having lines at rest (static wrinkles).

Other patients do not develop these lines until their 40s and 50s. Your physician should be able to also provide you with a wrinkle-preventative skin care regimen (usually including an appropriate Retinol and sunscreen). (Suneel Chilukuri, MD, Houston Dermatologic Surgeon)

If you have started to notice lines with movement then Botox is an appropriate treatment option. I have a good amount of patients in their 20s that I treat with Botox regularly. Make sure to seek a well-trained and experienced provider if you decide to move forward with treatments. (Kenne Ogunmakin, MD, Katy Dermatologic Surgeon)

Botox In Your 20s Before And After Pictures