BOTOX Newtown Bucks County, PA $100 OFF

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Located at 277 N. Sycamore St Newtown, PA

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Look Younger, more Energetic, Approachable and Friendly with Bella Medspa BOTOX injections in Bucks County - Newtown, PA!

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Wrinkles from sun exposure and aging are a natural part of life. However, we can help decrease both the number and prominence of facial wrinkles.

Our Newtown, Bucks County office Botox is also convenient to Trenton NJ, Princeton NJ, Doylestown and Langehone PA.

Bella Medspa BOTOX injections at our Harrisburg location are one of the most effective and safest treatments for facial lines and wrinkles. The benefits typically last 3-6 months and can take years off of your appearance.

Botox has been proven to smooth facial lines by paralyzing or weakening the muscles that can cause wrinkles. The benefits typically last 3-6 months and can take years off of your appearance.

By relaxing the targeted muscles BOTOX injections can decrease the amount of fine lines, wrinkles, and facial creases. Treatments can also be used to lessen crows' feet, bunny lines, marionette lines, frown lines and smoker's lines.

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Located at 277 N. Sycamore St Newtown, PA

Common BOTOX Cosmetic Injection Treatments:

Crows Feet

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Frown Lines

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"Reverse aging" by working to reduce wrinkles
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Fees are based on the amount used. This is determined by the location of the wrinkles, strength of the muscles, and your previous results. Preparing for Botox Treatments

Botox Bucks County

Wrinkles, folds, and fine lines develop regardless of how diligent you are about your skincare regimen. Time, sun exposure, and genetics will cause the network of tissue that supports your skin to deteriorate.

Botox Cosmetic is a reliable, safe, and convenient treatment created by Allergan that addresses the anatomical cause of your wrinkles. It's functionally similar to cosmetic treatments like Juvederm and Dysport. It's an injectable product that's been rigorously studied for decades. The procedure is FDA-approved and regulated.

Learning about Botox is valuable whether you've resolved to address your wrinkles or think you need to accept them as part of the aging process. It's the original cosmetic injectable. Despite continual scientific developments, Botox has maintained its prominence in the aesthetic field.

Botox is highly effective, low-risk, and easily administered. Providers with experience in plastic surgery can subtly erase creases, forehead lines, facial wrinkles, and crow's feet during a brief office visit. After a few days, your skin will regain that smooth and youthful appearance that will last for months.

Not all wrinkles are the same--different areas of the face respond better to different treatments. The key to successful Botox injections is finding a provider that can accurately assess your skin.

From there, it's only a matter of a few tiny injections and then having the patience to let your body absorb the solution.

What is Botox?

Botox is shorthand for the Botulinum Toxin Type A injection. It's one of the most widely-used cosmetic products on the market. The FDA first approved it as a wrinkle treatment in 2002.

The procedure allows you to address wrinkles early in their development. Surgical interventions are far riskier and more invasive. Botox is a simple dermal filler that does not alter your anatomy.

It's most effective at managing wrinkles on the upper half of the face and around the mouth. While it disrupts nerves at the injection site, it does not affect the greater nervous system.

It's such a well-researched treatment because of its broad applicability. Doctors use different formulations of Botox to manage excessive sweating, TMJ-related jaw pain, and persistent headaches.

Aesthetic providers can alter the dose of Botox and isolate the specific muscles to recapture your natural look. It's widely regarded as one of the subtlest cosmetic procedures available.

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How Does Botox Work?

Botox is a neuromodulator composed of a filtered form of neurotoxic bacteria. Researchers discovered that injecting small doses into the face paralyzes facial muscles by preventing the nerves from signaling them to contract.

Once the muscles underneath the skin release and relax, the tension that causes the skin bunching responsible for wrinkles vanishes. The outer layer then softens and smooths, restoring your youthful appearance.

Proper consultation is necessary to ensure Botox can achieve the results you want. Never receive treatment with Botox purchased online or at a salon. These products are not subject to the same manufacturing standards as the Botox received by a doctor or aesthetic practice.

Your body must absorb Botox before it starts working. This usually takes about three days. Most patients receive multiple injections from one vial of Botox at a single appointment.

This enables the doctor to maximize the longevity of the results and tailor your treatment. That's why Botox is a viable solution for patients of any age or gender.

Botox rejuvenates your skin for as long as the neurotoxin continues disrupting the signals. Finally, it eventually wears off and your muscles begin functioning normally. Routine follow-up injections are necessary.

Benefits of Botox

Botox's longevity is a product of its many benefits. The treatment is incredibly simple. Following a thorough evaluation, your doctor can make the injection during just one single office visit and then you can immediately resume your day.

The treatment provides subtle yet apparent aesthetic changes because it allows the doctor to target specific facial muscles. That's why your skin smooths out but maintains its natural appearance. Nothing is injected under your skin to create volume--the Botox works at an anatomical level.

The injections are administered with extremely small needles, and many patients describe the procedure as painless. Still, mild discomfort can occur. Sharp pain, which can indicate improper injection, must be reported to your provider immediately. This usually only occurs with undertrained personnel.

Botox's paralytic effect is only temporary. If you are unsatisfied with your results, you and your doctor can alter the dose or discuss alternatives. You will regain your pre-treatment facial appearance because Botox only disrupts nerve signals, it does not harm the nerves.

Botox Cost

Treatment costs are based on the amount of BOTOX used. That amount is determined by the location of the patient’s wrinkles, strength of their muscles, and their previous results with BOTOX. Learn More

Who is a Good Candidate for Botox?

Any healthy adult who hasn't negatively reacted to a previous Botox injection is a good candidate. The injectable's most effective at managing crow's feet, smile lines, frown lines, and fine lines extending from the mouth.

Botox may not be right for patients with static wrinkles that are continually apparent regardless of facial movement. Patients with significant excess skin or loss of volume may not receive their desired results from Botox.

Botox Lip Flip

A lip flip is a procedure that uses Botox to create a more youthful appearance by improving the position of the lips. The procedure is simple and takes only a few minutes to complete. First, the doctor will inject Botox into the muscles on either side of your mouth near your lips. This will help to lift the corners of your mouth and to soften the lines that form when you smile.

Botox Brow Lift

A Botox brow lift treats the lines between the eye brows and elevates the height of your eyebrows in the process. It work by relaxing the muscles between the brows. This allows the forehead muscles to pull up the untreated muscles between the brows, thereby elevating the brows and opening up the eyes.

How Long Do Botox Injections Last?

Several factors dictate how long Botox injections last. Most patients see results within three days of their injection. The effects usually last three to four months. You cannot receive Botox injections within four months of each other.

The composition of the tissue and muscle underneath your skin determines how relaxed the muscle must be to maintain smoothness. Wrinkles may return sooner for patients with greater breakdown.

The size of the dose and injection site also influence Botox's longevity. Larger areas like the forehead may see wrinkles return quicker than lines around the eyes, so it's important to monitor how long Botox lasts. You and your provider must be able to make the right adjustments to your treatment plan based on the results.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much is Botox in Pennsylvania?

A Botox injection costs an average of $600 in Pennsylvania. Your specific location, the doctor's experience, the injection site, and the number of doses can all dictate the final cost of your treatment.

Botox is an FDA-regulated product that you should only receive from a physician or medical spa. While the product itself is safe, improper injection by an unskilled individual can cause significant complications.

How long does a typical treatment take?

If you're receiving your first Botox treatment, your provider needs to review your health history and medications. This ensures underlying conditions or drug interactions won't put you at risk or diminish Botox's effectiveness.

The procedure itself takes about 10 minutes. The injection site will be sterilized to minimize the chance of infection, and the doctor may administer a topical anesthetic or ice the area to numb it.

They'll typically make three to five injections, monitor you for an adverse response, and then discharge you.

Is there any downtime after Botox?

Virtually everyone returns to normal activities immediately following their Botox appointments. When they do develop, side effects usually materialize right after the procedure or within a day of it. Most often, they are mild and subside within three days.

Discomfort, injection site pain, swelling, and itching are the most common side effects. A drooping eyelid and dry eyes are also possible if you have injections for crow's feet. These also disappear within a few days.

You can resume normal activities without restriction after treatment. Still, it's important not to rub or put pressure on the injection site because compression can affect your body's absorption of Botox and limit its effectiveness.


Botox is an excellent treatment option for individuals who want to smooth out their skin and erase wrinkles. Providers can reverse the visible signs of aging for up to four months with a brief office visit.

Follow-up injections can be administered every four to six months to maintain your new appearance with minimal risk and side effects. It's relatively easy to follow an ongoing treatment schedule because of the ease of the injections.

You should only receive Botox from an experienced plastic surgeon at your local medspa, especially if it's your first time. As long as they have the proper training and experience with fillers, there is only a remote chance of significant side effects. Botox is highly effective for several areas of the face.

Bella Medspa
277 N. Sycamore St
Newtown, PA 18940
Phone: 215.550.6840

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Bella Medspa Reviewed by Carley M. - Bucks County, PA Botox review
August 16 2016

"...I want to say thank you to the staff in your Newtown office"

"I want to say thank you to the staff in your Newtown office. I have been getting Botox for over two years and have been injected by several doctors. This was the first time that I had someone go over everything so thoroughly with me. This was a totally different experience than I've had before. Your injector obviously really loves what she does and she's really good at it. My results? Great! Thank you. " *

Rating: 5

* Results are not guaranteed. They may vary by person.