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Say goodbye to the wrinkles lining your face and say hello to smooth, supple skin. At Synergy MedAesthetics, we offer the best Botox Yakima has to offer. Visit our Yakima med spa in Washington State to get the beautiful, youthful results you deserve.

What is Botox?

Botox is a toxin that is harvested from a bacterium called Clostridium botulinum. If used in small quantities and under the supervision of a qualified expert, Botox can be used to reduce the signs of aging and recover our youthful appearance.

Botox is an FDA-approved procedure for treatment on the forehead and around the eyes. In addition to addressing aesthetic concerns, Botox has also received FDA approval as a treatment for migraines, urinary leakage, hyperhidrosis and spasticity.

Treatment areas

Botox is a treatment that is very versatile in nature. At Synergy MedAesthetics, we use Botox injections to reduce the appearance of lines, wrinkles located on your forehead and around the eyes. By eliminating these signs of aging, we allow you to regain your natural, youthful appearance in a matter of weeks.

Contact us to schedule a consultation for the best Botox in Yakima. It’s important to know that the results of the treatment differ from person to person. Consulting with our specialists can help you get an idea of what you can expect from your treatment.

Who is eligible to undergo Botox?

Botox is a very safe cosmetic procedure that works very well on anyone who experiences minor-to-moderate wrinkles, lines and neck bands. You can undergo Botox treatment once you are over the age of 30.

The best part? Men can undergo Botox too. We use a combination of Botox with dermal fillers to help men get the chiseled appearance they desire. We will evaluate your dermatological requirements to ensure Botox is right for you.

It’s best if you consult our specialists at Synergy MedAesthetics in Yakima if you are:

  • Planning to start a family
  • Pregnant
  • Breastfeeding
  • Have a skin condition that may worsen because of Botox
  • Allergic to botulinum toxin
  • Have skin that bruises very easily
  • Taking aspirin, anti-inflammatory medications or blood thinners
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How is Botox treatment provided?

Botox is provided in the form of injections. First, our cosmetic professionals at Synergy MedAesthetics will evaluate your specific needs. Botox injections are relatively painless, if needed, a numbing agent may be used to make the procedure more comfortable.

A small vial is filled with Botox and then the toxin is injected in small quantities into each treatment area. The Botox reduces the appearance of signs of aging by blocking the neural stimuli which cause muscle contraction.

Normally, neural messages pass between the brain and your facial muscles, causing the muscles to contract and relax. This can, over time, cause your skin to become loose and sag in the form of wrinkles. When we inject the Botox into the treatment site, the toxin attaches itself to the neurons and stops any neural signals from passing between your brain and your facial tissues. This lack of stimulus will stop you from crinkling your skin and, in turn, smooth it out completely. Contact us to learn more about Botox in Yakima.

Botox for hyperhidrosis

Hyperhidrosis is a condition of excessive sweating. If you have been diagnosed with hyperhidrosis, we can help. Here, Botox works on the same principle as with cosmetic treatments. The toxin blocks the neural signals that stimulate sweating, thereby reducing your discomfort, increasing your confidence and allowing you to look and feel better. Feel free to speak to us to know more about Botox for hyperhidrosis.

After the Botox treatment

The treated areas will be swollen and slightly bruised for a few hours. You can return to your normal routine immediately after the procedure at our Yakima med spa in Washington State. However, avoid lying down, sleeping or bending down for at least four hours to prevent the Botox injection from moving out of place.

You should also stop touching your face, rubbing it or undergoing any facial massage for the next few days. This will allow the Botox to settle into your face and start acting.

How long do results last?

You will start to notice the results of the Botox treatment about a week after the procedure. But the full results will come in after a month or two. Botox results stay for 4-6 months, depending on how well you take care of your skin. You will need to come in for a repeat Botox injection once you notice that the lines and wrinkles are becoming very visible again.

At Synergy MedAesthetics, we are always here to help you regain your natural, youthful appearance. Visit our med spa for the best Botox in Yakima.

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Practice Policy regarding COVID-19:

Due to the Stay-at-Home restrictions and guidelines Synergy will not be offering spa services in May, we will however be offering medical services and COVID-19 Antibody testing.

If you have not received a text or call from our office to reschedule, your appointment is deemed “medical” by the RCW (Revised Code of Washington) and will not be affected.

We are still offering VIRTUAL CONSULTATIONS with our medical staff and would be happy to schedule one at your convenience, please call us at 509-222-8022.

Patients with active COVID-19 symptoms will not be seen at this location.

Only 1 patient will be allowed in at a time; if you do have an appointment, please stay in your car upon your arrival and we will call you when you are ready to be seen.

The lobby is being kept clear, and we are currently not accepting walk-ins, but will be in the office Monday – Friday from 9am – 6pm answering phones and taking product orders for curbside pick-up, delivery and shipping.

Thank you for your understanding, we wish you all health and safety!
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