Where to Inject Botulinum Toxin for Frown Lines / Glabellar | Video

Video: Mr Adrian Richards demonstrates where to inject Botulinum Toxin for frown lines

Frown lines are one of the most common areas to treat with Botulinum Toxin. As one of the three upper face areas, using Botulinum Toxin injections we are able to relax the muscles causing the frown lines to appear.

In this video Mr Adrian Richards and his model demonstrate the key injection sites to achieve optimum results.

Treating the frown lines with botulinum toxin

A treatment that will believe will never stop being popular. Using botulinum toxin in the forehead can help to reduce the appearance of frown lines. Something which a lot of patients are concerned about. Over the years it has become a treatment that some patients are worried about as they do not want the “frozen look”,  this is not the case. When performed correctly, which the right doses and techniques you can create a subtle change to the area which still sees some natural movement.

Botox Training with Cosmetic Courses

At Cosmetic Courses we teach medical professionals in aesthetic medicine, from beginner courses to advanced.

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Why choose cosmetic courses for your aesthetic training?

At Cosmetic Courses we have been training medical professionals in the art of aesthetic treatments since 2002. Founded by Consultant Plastic Surgeon Mr Adrian Richards, our courses are all about creating safe and confident injectors. We train in over 6 locations across the UK all within clinical environments and offer over 30 practical courses in aesthetic medicine. From beginner to expert, we have a course for everyone. Our team can work with you to create a bespoke training plan to match your budget and needs.

We also offer an online training academy built by our faculty so you are able to learn anytime, anywhere!

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