Micro-Botox, also known as intradermal Botox, is a micro-needling treatment with Botox infused in to the skin cells via the open channels. Micro-needling is designed to treat wrinkles and acne scars and improve pore size. For some, Micro-Botox is a way to treat skin imperfections and achieve a more youthful appearance. For others, the treatment can serve a solution for acne.
The AQUAGOLD™ Fine Touch™ works to boost collagen production by rejuvenating skin with a handheld device that delivers anti-aging ingredients deep into skin. The vial is often filled with hyaluronic acid, which is able to hold up to 1,000 times its own weight in water to effectively plump mature skin. The device also works with other topical serums, so you can tailor your treatment to address specific skin concerns.
The AQUAGOLD™ Fine Touch™ micro channel delivery system can enhance and supplement nearly any facial treatment. Skin serums, acne therapies, micro-Botox, and custom facials are all brought beneath the surface of skin where they can work most effectively. This revolutionary approach, recently popularized by Kim Kardashian West’s glowing turn at the 2018 Met Gala in NYC, is great for shrinking pores, reducing acne scarring or micro-pigmentation, and enhancing serums used with laser facial therapies.
The treatment reduces pore size, tightens skin, and fades imperfections! Unlike traditional Botox, Micro-Botox is performed only at the superficial level of your skin which means your facial muscles are unaffected, and you will retain a natural, albeit more youthful, complexion. Micro-Botox treatments can also be used to eliminate fine lines around your eyes, something traditional Botox cannot accomplish.
Results are seen within 3-7 days after treatment and typically last approximately 3-4 months. Procedure can be done as often as every 1-3 months, doing several treatments throughout the year will continue to improve overall appearance of skin.
You might be wondering: “What’s the difference between Micro-BOTOX and regular Botox?” Traditional Botox targets deeper areas underneath the skin while Micro-BOTOX affects a more superficial layer just beneath the pores.