Have you tried baby Botox?

Most individuals fear looking unnatural or frozen when it comes to trying Botox. At UFP, we treat actors and performers who still need to be able to show emotions and expression while maintaining a youthful, refreshed appearance. Baby Botox is becoming a huge trend because the “au naturel” look that is back and it doesn’t look like it’s going anywhere anytime soon.

Baby Botox, also known as Botox micro-dosing, is the best way to maintain a well rested, youthful appearance without looking frozen or overdone. Instead of using 20 units of Botox in an area, the provider may inject 10 units to keep results looking natural with more movement for a to show an appropriate amount of emotion and expression.

Who is Baby Botox for?

Baby Botox can be for any adult male or female. Baby Botox is best for the prevention of wrinkles and is great for people trying Botox for the first time. Treatments can be tailored to each individual, which is another reason why Botox is so popular and effective. If you are thinking about baby Botox, keep in mind that treatment will be less expensive than traditional Botox but also may not last quite as long. Traditional Botox treatments last approximately 3-5 months. The longevity of baby Botox is typically less because you are receiving less than the recommended dose for a specific area. Maintaining micro-doses of Botox really depends on your age and expectations. Treatments can be done every one to two months.

Although Baby Botox can be done on a wide variety of ages, it can be less effective on someone with more moderate to severe wrinkles. If the wrinkles are highly visible, the micro-dose may not be effective enough for the muscle, especially if it is a stronger muscle in that individual’s face.

In conclusion, Botox can be done conservatively and can look very natural. You can still show emotion and not look frozen or surprised while preventing and maintaining a natural, rested appearance.

If you haven’t tried baby Botox, give us a call at (801) 776-2220 or contact us HERE.





Get Started

What happens in a consultation?

  1. Get to know your team.

  2. Help us understand you and your goals.

  3. Learn about our services and specialties.

How May We Help?

  • * All indicated fields must be completed.
    Please include non-medical questions and correspondence only.

Accessibility Toolbar

Scroll to Top