Fibroblast VS Botox

Sep 11, 2021
Fibroblast before and after results

The ever-changing beauty industry offers you myriads of options when it comes to looking young and having glowing skin. So today we will discuss one of the most popular procedures - Botox, and compare it with the newer option on the market - Fibroblast.

What is Botox and What Does It Actually Do?

Botox is derived from the same neurotoxin known for causing botulism; its purpose is to disable and "freeze" certain muscles on one's face. It can effectively help to slow the process of some wrinkles to get deeper, but it does not remove existing wrinkles.
The process itself is not painful, the small injections are relatively painless, you can see the effect as early as in a week. However, the lasting effect is on average 2-3 months. Depending on your age and skin condition, a forehead area might cost anything from $200 to $500 every 3 months. So the price adds up to $800 - $2000 annually, or $2400-$6000 in three years.

What is Fibroblast and What Does It Actually Do?

Fibroblast is the revolutionary skin tightening non-surgical technique for perfect facial and body rejuvenation. Fibroblast treatment is a low-pain procedure that uses a small electric charge transmitted through a tiny probe. The probe does not touch or penetrate the skin yet offers immediate results. The charge causes superficial damage to the upper dermal layer of skin, transmitting heat to the lower levels of the skin allowing new skin to generate. The process promotes collagen and elastin fibers that fade as we age.
You will see some results immediately after the treatment, but the best results will appear 3-4 weeks after. Fibroblast results are also lasting much longer in comparison to Botox. You can expect to see results of Fibroblast for 2-3 years at least.
So if we compare the average price for Botox for one's forehead area - you get to spend anything from $2400 to $6000 in 3 years on regular Botox procedures. Beauty Babe offers you a Fibroblast procedure on one area (forehead) for $700. Sometimes the second procedure is needed, so for the young-looking skin, and more natural glow and effect you can pay anything from $700 to $1400 to last for 3 years.
So not only Fibroblast is more effective, less invasive, and has longer-lasting results, it also is less expensive!

If you are still not convinced, get in touch with our Fibroblast specialist to ask your questions.


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