Many cases of eye wrinkles, uneven eyebrows, or droopy eyelids don't require a surgical cosmetic procedure like eyelid surgery. A cosmetic injection like Botox or under-eye filler can often be enough to smooth fine lines and restore facial volume for a revitalized and younger-looking appearance.
How much does Botox cost for eye area?
Botulinum Toxin A for Facial wrinkles
|Crows feet (eyes)
|Mouth (down turn edges)
|Top lip (smoker's lines)
|Under eyes (eye creases)
How long does Botox last around eyes?
Similar to the forehead, Botox around the eyes can last three to four months. Certain factors may affect the exact duration, such as the severity of crow's feet, lifestyle habits, and the injection dosage. Each body metabolizes Botox differently, so that can also affect how long results last.
How much Botox is needed around eyes?
And one of the most popular areas for Botox treatment is around the eyes. So how much Botox do you actually need when dealing with areas around the eyes? In cases of treating eye problems, the average dose is 12 to 24 total Botox units, with forehead lines requiring 20 units and crow's feet requiring 24 units.
Can Botox lift hooded eyes?
Botox injection can raise sagging eyelids by a few millimeters. So it is best for mild and moderate eye hooding, which are more common among younger than older patients. If you want more oomph to those eyes, you may talk to your dermatologist about combining Botox with other treatments.
What is the cost of 100 units of Botox?
Botox Cosmetic typically comes in 100-unit vials and therefore costs less per vial than Botox Therapeutic. Pricing varies by supplier and volume ordered but generally ranges from about $350 per vial to about $700 per vial.