How much does Botox Cost?

How much does Botox Cost?

Have you ever wondered how much Botox costs? Look no further..

From threads to forums to real-selfers, the web is awash with people talking about the price of Botox. After spending hours reading all the reviews of Botox we could find, interviewing Botox experts, consulting online databases of thousands of user reviews, Injector 5280 in Denver has pulled the best of the web together to create a Botox price guide to the United States.

Estimated Cost of Botox by State ($/unit)

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Key Findings

  • Larger and more affluent cities tend to have the highest prices – Manhattan, NY and Beverly Hills, CA are the most expensive cities to get Botox.
  • Connecticut has the highest average cost of Botox – Connecticut also has one of the highest number of millionaires per capita in the United States, as well as one of the highest concentrations of top doctors.
  • The North-East region of the United States has higher prices compared to other regions.
  • Research shows that the price of Botox ranges from around $10-$21/unit.
  • Taking into account all 50 states, the average price of Botox in the United States is estimated to be around $13 per unit.


Cost of Botox

The price of Botox is dependent on many things, including the skill and experience of the Injector, local economy, consumer spending and patients in proximity to providers.

Generally speaking, affluent and more populated cities and states tend to have higher prices. Price can also vary greatly within a state, especially where pockets of more affluent communities exist in close proximity to top Botox Injectors.

Price is important to consumers as they seek value for money. However, while cost is important, so too are results.

Choosing a Botox injector shouldn’t be decided primarily based on price. A lower price isn’t always a bargain, while a higher price isn’t a guarantee of better results. Quality of results, level of care, trust and overall patient experience are also important factors.

We believe Botox should be thought of as a service, not a product – It’s not Botox alone that provides great results, but rather how the Botox is injected.

Therefore, it’s not the PRICE of Botox you should bargain for, but an injector you TRUST, and results you LOVE!
Including US States: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming.

Number of Botox Units per Facial Area

The American Society of Plastic Surgeons recommends the following units of Botox per treatment area:

[table] Treatment Area,Female,Male
Forehead Lines,15-20,20-30
Glabella Area,20-30,30-40
Crow’s Feet,16-32,24-32
Perioral Area,4-10,4-10
Dimpled Chin,2-6,2-8


This study only included Botox Cosmetic sold by Allergan and charged by the unit.


Botox Demand Predicted to Grow

Demand for Botox Predicted to Grow

Demand for Botox Predicted to Grow 50% within 10 Years

The demand for botulinum toxin type A cosmetic products (Botox Cosmetic®, Dysport® and Xeomin®) in the United States is predicted to grow 50% over the next 10 years, according to a new report by Injector 5280.

Demand for Botulinum toxin type A treatments (referred to as Botox) has been strong and steady over the last 9 years. Even in 2008 in the midst of the recession, demand dipped only slightly.

According to the latest report from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, more than 6.3 million Botulinum toxin type A cosmetic treatments were administered in the United States last year.

Injector 5280 predicts the Botulinum toxin type A market will reach at least 9.5 million cosmetic treatments by 2024, representing a 50% increase in demand within the next 10 years:

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Future trends were predicted through in-depth analysis of data released by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, in combination with the importance, probability and implications of other factors in the Botox market.

Why is the Demand for Botox expected to Increase?

1. Botox is Mass Market. Once it seemed only celebrities and affluent baby-boomers opted for aesthetic injectables, but Botox is now common place for the everyday person.

Increasing numbers of people are seeing minimally-invasive procedures as a viable option. According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, botulinum toxin type A cosmetic treatments were the most popular ‘minimally-invasive cosmetic procedure’ last year.

With the ease of treatment, increased accessibility to local providers and the affordable cost of Botox, it is predicted that Botox will continue to grow as a mainstream aesthetic treatment over the next 10 years.

2. A Shift in Cultural Thinking. Recently there has been a much greater social acceptance of aesthetic injectables. Ten years ago a Botox treatment may have been seen as vain or gratuitous, however people are now much more accepting.

Media coverage of celebrities and Botox has got everyone talking about injectables. Botox has become a household name, and even a verb. People are now seeing Botox as another part of their beauty routine. Some women highlight their hair, some get their nails done – others see Botox as just another available beauty option.

In most cultures over the next 10 years, it is anticipated that there will be an even greater social acceptance of Botox as a form of beauty maintenance.

3. Increased Spending on Beauty. According to Yahoo! Shine, women reportedly spend $426 billion a year on beauty products. Women, who account for 94% of the Botox market in the United States, are also spending their beauty dollars on Botox.

With an optimistic economic outlook projected over the next few years, spending on beauty products is expected to increase, as well as spending on Botox.

4. Botox not ‘Economically Sensitive’. Even in an economic downturn, Botox has proven not to be acutely economically sensitive.

In the midst of the most recent recession, the number of Botulinum toxin type A cosmetic treatments dipped only slightly – treatments fell by as little as 4.4% in 2009; while the following year the number of Botox treatments jumped 12.2%, even though the economy was still sluggish:

Botox number of proceedures in the united states

5. Increased Quality of Treatments. Botox isn’t a cookie-cutter treatment and a good result takes more than a ‘one size fits all’ approach. Injectors now understand in order to gain patient satisfaction and retention they need provide a customized treatment. Results have greatly improved over the last 10 years and consequently so have patient satisfaction rates.

Greater patient satisfaction rates has led to increasing numbers of people choosing Botox. As Injectors further hone their skills, it is predicted that satisfaction rates will continue to rise, as will the demand for Botox.

6. Continued Demand from the 40-54 Age Group. Demand from the 40-54 age group has historically always been strong and consistent:

number of botox procedures in the united states

The 40-54 demographic are typically mature in their careers, and statistically the highest wage earners. In their struggle against aging, this demographic also has good reason to spend money on beauty products.

Even as little as one generation ago, we didn’t see advertising of anti-aging products like we do today. Older adults are becoming increasingly aware of the options available to them.

The 40-54 age group is a very important market for manufactures of Botulinum toxin type A and a significant reason why historical sales have been so strong. Last year the 40-54 age group represented 58% of the market in the United States.

With greater education and increasing desires to preserve a youthful appearance, it is predicted that consumer demand from this age demographic will further increase over the next 10 years.

7. Younger Adults are currently the Fastest Growing Market. The largest age group choosing Botox for cosmetic treatments have tended to be 40-54. However last year, there was an increasing demand from people in their thirties.

Over the last 2 years the demand for Botox has continued to rise for all ages, however the fastest growing age group last year was 30-39. Demand from this age demographic increased by 4% – the largest growth rate compared to any other:

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At around the age of 35, collagen production starts to decrease and skin loses its elasticity. Lines and wrinkles start to appear and people begin to see changes in the mirror. Again, people in their thirties are becoming increasingly more educated about their available options, making Botox a viable treatment option.

The 30-39 age group has also experienced strong historic growth. Since 2006, the 30-39 age group has seen an average growth rate of 6.38%; second only to the 40-54 age group which averaged 7.38% in the same period:

Average Yearly increase in Botox treatments
The thirties market is a relatively untapped Botox market and becoming increasingly important. It is predicted that awareness of Botox will continue for people in their thirties, and demand from this demographic will subsequently increase over the next 10 years.

8. Awareness of Preventative Botox. The growth in demand for Botox has, in part, also been generated by younger people realizing that Botox isn’t solely used for correction.

Studies have shown that Botox can prevent the development of facial lines and wrinkles. Botox reduces and eliminates fine lines and wrinkles, but it can also prevent facial lines and wrinkles from becoming more noticeable. If facial muscles are not able to contract and form facial lines, they can be less prominent in the future.

Younger adults are starting to see the benefits of being proactive when it comes to beauty maintenance. Indeed, the tag line for Injector 5280’s medical practice is ‘Proactive Medical Aesthetics’, highlighting the value of prevention.

As increasing numbers of people see the preventative benefits of Botox it is predicted that demand for Botox will also increase.

9. The Emergence of the ‘Bro-tox’ Era. Interestingly, the number of men choosing aesthetic injectables is also rapidly growing. The American Society of Plastic Surgeons reported that between 2000 and 2013, the demand for Botulinum toxin type A cosmetic treatments from men increased by 310%.
Men are starting to realize that the ‘furrowed-brow’ look is out, while a fit, refreshed and youthful appearance is in. Frown lines on men’s faces can make them appear stressed, worried, aged and even angry. With competitive workplaces and assertive social scenes, there has never been more pressure on men to look refreshed and youthful.
Although men currently only represent 6% of the overall Botulinum toxin type A cosmetic market in the United States, Botox is proving to become an increasingly viable option for them. It is predicted that more and more men will choose Botox over the next 10 years.

10. Growing off-label use. Although Botox Cosmetic is only FDA approved for a limited number of facial areas, advanced injectors are using Botox to treat other areas of the face.

For example, Botox Cosmetic is also successful in treating the depressor anguli oris muscles to elevate drooping corners of the mouth. Botox can also be used to tighten platysmal bands in the neck, creating a sharper profile.

Although not FDA approved indications, these procedures are considered well known to some advanced Botox injectors.

It is predicted that off-label use of Botox will continue to grow the market for Botox, and thus increase the overall number of Botox treatments performed.

11. New Botox Indications. Botox Cosmetic was first FDA approved in 2002 for the treatment of frown lines. Last year the FDA approved Botox Cosmetic to treat lateral canthal lines, also known as the ‘Crow’s feet’.

As Botox manufacturers continue to prove successful indications for use, more FDA approvals will lead to more people becoming aware of the benefits of Botox for use in those new areas.

With more indications for the use of Botox, it is predicted that demand for those treatment areas will follow suit.

Demand for Botox is Expected to Grow at a Strong and Consistent Rate

With the ever increasing popularity of anti-aging products and our desire to preserve our youthful appearance, greater numbers of people are opting for the needle.

Injector 5280 expects the demand for Botulinum toxin in the United States for cosmetic treatments to grow at a strong and consistent rate over the next 10 years. Even if the economy falls into a recession at any point during that time, long term growth is likely to stay strong.

In summary, growth will be stimulated by new market opportunities as well as developing existing markets. Botox will also ride the cultural wave of a growing acceptance of aesthetic injectables, together with an increasing education and demand for anti-aging treatments. Additionally, treatment accessibility and increasing treatment satisfaction rates will further drive the demand for Botox.

The next 10 years will be an interesting time in the Botulinum toxin cosmetic market. It is expected that sustained growth in the Botox market will lead to substantial profits for the manufacturers. Companies such as Allergan, the billion dollar company behind Botox Cosmetic has every reason to be optimistic about their future.


Bruising After Botox

Bruising After Botox

Although not common, bruising can occur after BOTOX® injections.

Bruising occurs when a Botox needle ruptures a blood vessel.

Blood vessels are difficult to see and everyone’s anatomy is different. Good Botox Injectors use a very fine needle and special techniques to minimize the risk of bruising. However if a blood vessel is ruptured, blood leaks into the surrounding tissue underneath the skin.

The blood has no where to go – and a red or purple mark is left behind. This is what we know as a ‘bruise’. The bruise slowly turns to yellow and green and other shades of color as the body heals itself.

Eventually, the body completely re-absorbs the blood and the skin returns to it’s normal color.

Follow the 24-day timeline below of ACTIONABLE TIPS to:

1) Minimize your chance of bruising
2) Heal faster after a bruise from Botox
Individual results may vary

Bruising After Botox

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Planning Botox for an Event

If you’re planning your Botox for a specific event, we recommend being treated about 4 weeks prior. Botox can take up to 2 weeks to reach full effects and if any touch ups are needed, you will have plenty of time to get those done too. You’ll see optimal results of your treatment and any bruising will have subsided. Individual results may vary.

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10-12 Days Prior: Avoid*:

  • Aspirin
  • St. John’s wort
  • Omega 3 or fish oil supplements
  • High doses of vitamin E
  • Anti-inflammatories e.g. Ibuprofen, Excedrin, Aleve, Advil, Motrin
  • Ginkgo Biloba
  • Ginseng

*If you take aspirin, or pain medication for medical purposes, you should continue use.

7-10 Days Prior: Start:

  • Arnica Montana orally in tablet form. Available at most supermarkets, natural grocers and drug stores.
  • Eating pineapple to help minimize bruising. Pineapple naturally contains the supplement bromelain, which enables the body to clear metabolic waste and heal itself faster.

2-3 Days Prior: Avoid:

  • Alcohol


Bruising can start to appear 0-4 hours after treatment.


  1. Apply a cold compress to the bruised areas, on and off for the first 24 hours
  2. Continue taking Arnica Montana orally in tablet form for 7-10 days
  3. Continue eating pineapple
  4. Apply Arnica Montana cream topically to the bruised areas for 7-10 days
  5. As necessary, cover up bruises with a high quality concealer and apply powder with a small brush.

If you plan well for bruising and follow good post-care, there will be very little downtime.

Individual results may vary.


Exercise After Botox

Botox & Exercise

When it comes to Botox® and exercise, here’s found we’ve to be evident at our practice.

When can I Exercise After Botox?

For at least 4 hours after a Botox treatment:
1) Refrain from exercise, including running and any other forms of strenuous activity.

2) Do not engage in activities where your head is below your heart, for example at a yoga class, stretching class or simply bending over after a Botox treatment.

For optimal results, it is preferable to postpone exercise and strenuous activity for 24 hours after treatment.
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Why Can’t I Exercise After Botox?

Reason 1) After Botox is injected, it takes time for the proteins to diffuse into the treated muscles. Therefore exercising vigorously after a Botox treatment can cause the product to be metabolized before its had time to fully diffuse. Hence the Botox becomes less effective.

Reason 2) If you engage in activities where your head is below your heart, or if you sweat during exercise and rub your face, Botox can migrate from the intended treatment sites.

Reason 3) In the event you get a bruise after Botox, the bruise can become worse if you workout immediately after your treatment.

If you’re reading this because you exercised immediately after a Botox treatment, don’t worry. You just may not get an optimal result and the Botox may not be as effective. However, it’s unlikely that your treatment will have been significantly compromised or you will experience adverse side-effects, just try to remember next time.

When should I plan my Workout?

Preferably plan your workout before your Botox treatment – either in the morning, or the day before, and have a ‘rest day’ the day of your treatment.

Will Botox wear off faster if I Exercise frequently?

When working out or doing strenuous activity, we have a tendency to tense our facial muscles.

The more we exercise, the more we tense our face.

Try it now… pretend you’re working out hard, or lifting a heavy weight. Do you feel your face tense up, grimace or frown?

For people who exercise regularly, these strong and repetitive facial movements can result in our body moving through the Botox faster.

This effect is even more pronounced for people who lift heavy weights during their work out. When lifting weights, people experience more tension through their faces.
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Also, if you exercise frequently, including distance running, your metabolism becomes faster, which means Botox may last less time. This is because the body can metabolize the product quicker, breaking it down faster.
In contrast, people who don’t work out, or have never worked out, tend to have weaker facial muscles. Botox is more effective in weaker muscles and less product is needed. For people with weaker facial muscles, Botox can last significantly longer that Allergan’s four month guideline.


Will I need more Botox if I Exercise?

Over time, for the reasons above, strenuous exercise can strengthen and tone facial muscles.
There is a positive correlation between stronger facial muscles and the number of Botox units needed for an optimal result.
Therefore, if you exercise frequently, vigorously and hold a lot of tension in your face while you exercise, you may need more Botox at your treatment, and/or it may wear off faster after treatment.

Exercise has so many benefits for your overall health, including your heart, weight, mood and energy levels. The minimal difference in longevity and the amount of Botox needed is definitely worth the trade-off. Plan your Botox treatment around your workout and don’t stop exercising!


Getting Botox for the First Time

Getting Botox for the First Time

Botox® has become a household name and even a verb..

But is Botox right for you? Here’s what to ask yourself before your treatment.

1. Are you Ready? How much does your furrowed brow really bother you? Have you looked in the mirror and decided those etched lines need to disappear? If you’re reading this, then you might be ready.
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The first step is to get the information you need to make an educated decision. Talk to friends and do some research.

2. Do you have the Right Expectations? Having the right expectations and knowing what to expect is important. Botox is a temporary treatment and won’t last forever. In 3-4 months it will wear off.
If you’re looking for a non-surgical treatment and have realistic expectations, then Botox might be right for you.
3. Will Anyone Know? If you’ve never had Botox before, you may worry about looking dramatically different, or think people will know you just had a treatment.
The good news is that when Botox takes effect, it does so gradually.

You won’t look different overnight and a good Botox Injector will still be able to retain your unique facial expressions.

If your goal is to create a natural appearance, without looking ‘done’, in the hands of a good Botox Injector this is absolutely possible.

Some tips on how to hide your Botox treatment:

– Go for a natural look
– Start with just 1 area
– Plan for bruising
– Don’t do it over your lunch break
– Combine your treatment with time off work

If your Botox is done well, friends aren’t likely to know. They may even comment that you look more refreshed and relaxed.
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4. Have you done your Research? One of the most important things you can do upfront is spend some time finding a good Botox Injector. This can make all the difference to your results and your experience.
Get a recommendation from a friend, or select a provider from Allergan’s official Botox website. Do your research on the medical practice and the Injector.
5. Does the Injector understand your Aesthetic Goals? Be clear with the Injector about the look you want and which areas you want treated. The majority of Botox patients want a natural look, but tell the Injector what your definition of a good look is.


An advanced Botox Injector will be able to customize the look you want.

A lot of patients bring pictures to their Botox consultation. This can help the Botox Injector visualize the look you’re seeking. You can bring pictures of people in magazines, celebrities, or even pictures of yourself when you were younger.

6. Are you prepared for the Cost of Botox? Let’s face it, sometimes it can be scary going up to the front desk and getting a bill.

Ask the Injector to give you the total cost of the treatment beforehand.

This will help you determine if you want to proceed. A good Injector will be able to give you an accurate price before they inject you.

Don’t comprise SAFETY with SAVING MONEY. The best Botox Injector isn’t necessarily the most expensive, but one things for sure, they won’t be the cheapest. If a price for Botox is ‘too good to be true’, then it probably is. BEWARE of any deep discounts, deals or promotions.

7. What about Post-Care? Understanding and following post-care can maximize your chances of a great result.

Most importantly:

– Refrain from exercising after Botox for at least 4 hours
– Avoid lying down completely flat for 4 hours after the treatment
– Do not rub or massage the treated areas
– If you have a minor bruise after Botox, this will subside in a few days and can easily be covered up with makeup – this goes for men too!

8. Are you a Patient Person? The first 2 weeks after getting Botox can be a journey, so be patient.
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Here’s what to expect after your Botox treatment:
Days 1-3 – Over the first few days you may see no changes at all.
Days 4-7 – As the Botox begins to take effect, you will start to see some changes. The onset of Botox can be quicker in some facial muscles that others, therefore it’s not unusual to see some very slight unevenness in the beginning. You have to be patient during this time while the Botox takes full effect.
Days 8-11 – You will have a pretty good idea how it will turn out. You should notice a smoothing effect to the skin and facial lines and wrinkles will be reduced or eliminated. The result should be a refreshed and more youthful appearance.
Days 12 – 14 – You will see full results.
If after days 12-14 your Botox is still uneven, you may need a touch up. Call your provider to see what can be done. In many cases the Injector can inject a few additional units to resolve any unevenness.
A good Injector likes to get feedback, both good and bad. They won’t be offended if you need a touch up. If the Injector wants your continued business, they will want the chance to get it right.

The Final Result!

You’ve had your treatment done and you can see the full results.

Hopefully you love your Botox.

If you didn’t like the treatment, know that your Botox will wear off in a few months.

Just like finding a hairstylist, it may take time to find the right Botox Injector.

If you loved your Botox then that is great.. Perhaps you’ll do a second area next time, or just maintain your results.

Building a relationship with your Injector is important. They will get to you know your facial anatomy, musculature and continue to improve on the look you like.


We hope this has been useful..

We sincerely wish you well in your quest for GREAT Botox!


*Individual results may vary.


Hide your Botox Treatment

10 Ways to Hide your Botox

Some women don’t want their husbands to know, some men don’t want their friends to know, some executives don’t want their co-workers to know.

We get it.

We’re not advocating being sneaky, or spending money you don’t have, but a lot of people desire to keep their Botox® a secret.

For the right reasons, it’s ok to be discrete.

Here’s how to keep your Botox YOUR secret:

1. Go for the Natural Look. There are broadly 3 types of ‘look’ when it comes to Botox. The natural, still and the frozen look. Go for the natural look because it won’t give you away and it looks more attractive.

Tell your Botox injector you want to retain your facial movement, for example when you laugh or look surprised.

If your Botox looks natural and done well, people won’t notice a change, they will just think you look better.
2. Treat just One Area. Treating just one area of the face will provide correction, but there won’t be enough of a difference for anyone to know you had a treatment.
If you treat one area, go for the frown lines between your eyebrows, also known as the 11’s.
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3. Plan for Bruising. If you’re prone to bruising easily, or even if you want to just minimize the chances of bruising after Botox, try not to take aspirin or anti-inflammatories 10-12 days prior to treatment. Also avoid alcohol 2-3 days before treatment.
Taking Arnica Montana and eating pineapple before and after the treatment can also help minimize bruising.
4. Regular Maintenance. Get the look you want and keep it. Regular Botox treatments will hold those wrinkles at bay and people will soon forget you ever had any. Following a regular Botox regime can also mean more effective Botox treatments, because treated muscles won’t be fully active yet
5. Don’t do it over your Lunch Break. Even though Botox is sometimes referred to as a ‘lunchtime’ procedure, do it on a Friday evening after work, or on a Saturday.
When you leave your treatment, you may have some redness at the injection sites. This is completely normal and will subside very quickly, although you may not want anyone to see.
6. Plan it around a Vacation. Plan your Botox treatment before a vacation or take some time off work. Or if you stay at home, get your treatment done while your loved one is out of town. When you (or they) return, people will just think you look more rested and relaxed. Any bruising or swelling will have subsided.
7. Pay in Cash. For some people, leaving behind a paper trail is a sure-fire way to give their secret away.
As long as you have the money of course, stock piling cash in between treatments is common practice. Alternatively, pay half in cash and the other half on a card.
For some patients who have money, but for whatever reason really need to hide their injections, it has been known to routinely get cash-back during their weekly supermarket shop. Hence no ATM withdrawals, or unusual credit card transactions.
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We don’t advocate or oppose these methods, but of course, for some people it really helps them be discrete.
8. Don’t Vocalize your Beauty Secrets. Keep your beauty secrets safe! People are generally becoming less and less vocal when it comes to their beauty secrets; not just with Botox, but with everything. If you look amazing, then maybe it’s good genetics!
9. If Someone Asks. If it comes up in conversation and someone ask you directly, be like JLo and don’t rule anything out. If it’s a firm no, then you might get some backlash later. Tell people you wouldn’t be opposed to a treatment in the future, if you really needed it.
10. Go through the Back Door. Ok this isn’t for the masses, but if you’re in the public eye, see if the practice has a back door you can enter. This may sound over the top, but some people don’t want to walk through a busy reception.
In some cases, high-profile patients text the Receptionist from their car, and ask them to text them back once the Injector has finished with their current patient. That way they can just walk straight into the treatment room. Others come in sunglasses and summer hats… ok, you get the idea.


Fortunately these days, the stigma of Botox injections has worn off, but there’s a multitude of ways of being discrete about your Botox injections if you need to.

By law, aesthetic practices have to respect their patient’s privacy. They have to observe strict HIPAA policies and abide by rules about sharing their patient’s information.
So as long as you don’t shout it from the rooftops, it’s VERY easy to keep your Botox treatments YOUR SECRET!



*Individual results may vary.


Test Your Botox® IQ

Infographic: Test your Botox IQ

How Much do You Know about BOTOX®?
Test your Botox IQ with this Quiz!
With the increasing popularity of anti-ageing products and our desire to preserve our youthful appearance, more people are opting for the needle. Botox has become one of the most widely talked about anti-ageing treatments on the market today.

But how much do you know about Botox Cosmetic?

Find out by taking this educational and informative quiz. Whether you’re new to Botox, or an experienced Botox professional, some of these questions might challenge you.

Good luck!

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*Individual results may vary.