Botox for Mood Not Wrinkles
Join Physician Assistant Alithia Monroe, founder of The Beauty Therapist LLC, from 8 to 9 p.m., May 20, 2022, for a free, informative Zoom event about therapeutic Botox. Monroe has 17 years of experience cosmetically injecting faces, but has pivoted to treating facial expressions instead of wrinkles. In fact, facial expression treatment intentionally leaves key cosmetic wrinkles alone to optimize the movement of more positive facial muscles.
“Facial expressions are unique to the individual, but the treatments are anchored in 40 years of Botox research and stems from the defined melancholy muscles that Sigmund Freud named the 'Omega Sign' or in common consumer parlance 'the 11’s' lines between the eyebrows,” explains Monroe.
The informative portion will conclude with a question-and-answer session, followed by Monroe discussing how the neuromodulator Botox can be used in treatment for depression.