Precision through technique
The world’s best aesthetic technicians keep on learning throughout their careers. Your expertise at using botulinum toxin will increase through repeated use and by thoroughly understanding the correct injection points.
Corrugator and procerus focus
Botulinum toxin is commonly used for the treatment of glabellar lines and canthal lines. For the treatment of glabellar lines, botulinum toxin is typically injected into the corrugator muscles and into the procerus muscle near the nasofrontal angle. For lateral canthal lines, it is typically administered intramuscularly to the external part of the orbicularis oculi muscle and sufficiently far from the orbital rim (approximately 1-2 cm).