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Girl choosing Botox, Dysport, or Xeomin

-Beauty Bar Toronto-

Revive your natural beauty, explore the transformative effects of Toxins with safe and effective treatments that improve signs of aging. If you're seeking a solution to combat those unwanted wrinkles and rejuvenate your skin, Botox, Dysport, and Xeomin are three popular choices that offer both medical and cosmetic benefits. Our goal at Prestige Beauty Bar is to help you embrace a new and radiant version of yourself!

What Is Botox?

Botox is a prescription injection that is used to medically treat muscular conditions and/or for cosmetic anti-wrinkle treatment. Dysport and Xeomin are also popular choices when considering injection treatments.

Botox Treatment

Beauty Bar Details​

Procedure Time: 30 minutes

Anesthesia: None

Recovery Time:  Minimal downtime  for the first 24 hours, no strenuous activity.

Pain Level: Minimal

Number of Sessions Required:  1 session every 3-4 months to maintain results.  Touch up after 2 weeks may be needed.

Number of Syringes Required:  N/A.  Neuromodulators are measured in units, the amount of units varies per individual.

Results: Depending on the neuromodulator used, results can be seen in a few days.  Full results always take 2 weeks.

Side Effects:  Redness, tenderness at injection site, mild bruising, headaches.  Dropped eyelid (ptosis) can occur, but is rare.  

Treatment not recommended if...individual has a neurological disorder, allergies to the ingredients in neuromodulators, pregnant, lactating.

Botox Before & After
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Forehead Botox



Crows Feet Botox



Eleven's Botox



Botox Questions Answered

How long does Botox last?

Botox can last anywhere from 3 to 6 months. On average, clients look to touch up every 4 months.

What's the difference between Dysport & Botox?

Dysport includes a milk protein allowing it to kick in faster than Botox.

What does Botox do?

Botox relaxes the muscles in your face to smooth out lines and wrinkles; such as crow's feet and frown lines.

What should I avoid after getting Botox?

-Rubbing your face 

-Laying down (at least 4 hours)

-Strenuous exercise


-Excessive heat

-Make-up (at least 12 hours)

How much Botox do I need?

This is always client dependent. In your consultation we will assess your muscles and their strength in order to determine dosage.

How often should
I get Botox?

Ideally every 4 months.

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