What is Botox?

Botox treatment is primarily intended for the treatment of wrinkles and muscle contractions and is one of the main products of botulinum toxin (type A), which is produced by the bacterium botulinum. This toxin inhibits muscle contraction by blocking the release of acetylcholine from nerve endings. This action can be used to reduce excessive activity in certain muscles.

Our injectable treatments, Botox and Botulax, do their best to create the "one-of-a-kind" beauty and subtle facial expressions that adult women seek in a natural and natural-looking face.

List of concerns

  • Forehead wrinkles are coming in.
  • Vertical wrinkles around the mouth
  • Fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes
  • Dried plum wrinkles on chin.

Types of Botox

Botox is a formulation of botulinum toxin type A. The name is derived from some product names. Botulinum toxin preparations are sold under several different product names, each with different properties.

  • Botox® *including Botox Vista®.
    It is the best known formulation produced by Allergan (now AbbVie) and is widely used both cosmetically and medically. This product is what is known as Botox.
  • Botulax®.
    Botulax is a botulinum toxin preparation containing the ingredient type A botulinum toxin and was developed by the Korean pharmaceutical company Hugel. It is approved by the Korean Food and Drug Administration (KFDA) and its safety is guaranteed in Korea. Botulax is a generic version of Botox manufactured by Allergan, and therefore has the advantage of being less expensive than regular Botox.


Botox Effects

Botox treatments are widely used to reduce wrinkles and excessive muscle contraction, among other purposes.

use effect
Improvement of wrinkles Reduces deep wrinkles and improves skin appearance. Particularly effective for expression wrinkles on the forehead, between the eyebrows, and around the eyes.
Excessive perspiration control Botox temporarily paralyzes the sweat glands and controls sweat production. It is used to treat hyperhidrosis, especially of the hands, feet, and underarms.

The effects of Botox are temporary and usually last 3-6 months. Because side effects and risks also exist, counseling and thorough communication will be conducted prior to undergoing treatment.

Botox Side Effects

Botulinum toxin injections may rarely cause internal bleeding. This is a phenomenon in which a few millimeters of a compound appear at the injection site, and depending on the individual's constitution, such internal bleeding usually resolves spontaneously within a week or so.

In addition, due to the muscle relaxing properties of botulinum toxin, an inappropriate amount of injection may cause facial expressions to appear stiff or unnatural.

For example, forehead muscles support eye movement, so even if forehead wrinkles are improved by botulinum toxin injections, the eye area may feel narrower and the eyelids may feel heavier.

For this reason, we try to carefully calculate and adjust the appropriate amount of botulinum toxin to be injected, taking into account each patient's individual constitution and condition, and proceed with the treatment.

Flow of treatment

Botox treatments are usually completed in a relatively short time (usually 10 to 30 minutes). Below is a general Botox treatment procedure flow.

(1) Counseling

First, you will have a thorough communication with our counselors and doctors about the purpose of your treatment and expected results. Here, we will review in detail the patient's health, medical history, and allergies, and you are encouraged to express any concerns you may have. We will also explain any possible risks or side effects.

(2) Treatment plan

A treatment plan is developed based on the patient's needs and the structure of the area to be treated. This is where we determine the area to be injected and the amount of Botox to be injected.


To clean the skin surface, the treatment area is wiped clean with alcohol or another disinfectant. In addition, an anesthetic cream may be applied if necessary. Botox injections generally use a very fine needle, so pain is often minimal. If you have any concerns, please feel free to let us know.

(4) Treatment

It is injected directly into a specific site. The location and amount to be injected depends on the purpose of the treatment and the individual demands of the patient.

5) Aftercare

After the procedure, you can return to your daily activities immediately without any downtime. However, you will be asked to avoid rubbing the injection site, strenuous exercise, and lying down for a certain period of time (usually about 4 hours). This is to prevent Botox from migrating from the injected site to other areas.

⑥Confirmation of treatment

It usually takes two days to two weeks for the effects of Botox to show. At a scheduled follow-up visit after the procedure, the results of the procedure will be checked and additional treatments will be performed as needed.



Frequently Asked Questions

Does Botox treatment hurt?

In general, Botox treatments are minimally painful because of the use of fine needles. The pain felt depends on the individual, but is often described as a mosquito bite. In addition, a local anesthetic cream may be used if necessary.

When will the effects of Botox begin to appear?

The effects of Botox are usually visible from 2 days to 2 weeks after injection.

How long do the effects of Botox last?

The duration of Botox's effect depends on the individual and the area to be treated, but is generally 3-6 months.

Is Botox safe?

Botox is generally considered a safe treatment, but it may not be used for certain existing conditions or allergies, so we will discuss specific risks and possible side effects in detail during the consultation.

Can I wear makeup after Botox treatment?

It is best not to apply makeup to the injection site immediately after Botox injections. Irritation of the injection site can cause the Botox to spread to the surrounding muscles and cause unexpected side effects.

Is there an age limit for Botox treatment?

Botox is a treatment for adults and is recommended primarily for those over the age of 30 who are concerned about wrinkles, as wrinkles and other symptoms usually begin to appear at that age. However, the applicable age for treatment varies depending on the individual's health and the purpose of treatment, so please feel free to contact us before receiving Botox.

Schedule of Charges

wings of the nose
16,500 yen including tax
flirtatious glance
16,500 yen including tax
groove in the upper lip that runs from the bottom of the nose to the lip
16,500 yen including tax
Ella: 50 units
44,000 yen including tax
Salivary glands: 25 units
22,000 yen including tax
Shoulder: 100 units
49,500 yen including tax
Calf: 100 units
49,500 yen including tax
Thigh: 100 units
49,500 yen including tax
Second arm: 100 units
49,500 yen including tax
Aside: 50 units
44,000 yen including tax
Botox Lift: 50 units
66,000 yen including tax
Botulax: nose
11,000 yen including tax
Botulax: Taleye
11,000 yen including tax
Botulax: in person
11,000 yen including tax
Botulax: 50 units of Era.
33,000 yen including tax
Botulax: 25 units of salivary gland
16,500 yen including tax
Botulax: 100 units per shoulder
33,000 yen including tax
Botulax: 100 units for calf
33,000 yen including tax
Botulax: 100 units of thigh
33,000 yen including tax
Botulax: 100 units on the second arm
33,000 yen including tax
Botulax: 50 units per side
33,000 yen including tax
Botox Lift: 50 units
44,000 yen including tax

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