All us ladies know that painful injections go along with Botox treatment. But what if there was another way? Perhaps a cheaper, painless alternative? It’s fairly obvious which one the majority of us would end up choosing.
This is where a market opened up for Natox cream, with the popularity of Botox at an all time high, could this be an effective alternative to painful, overpriced injections?
Let’s find out.
Natox Cream In A Nutshell
First let me explain what this anti wrinkle cream is all about. Not surprisingly, there’s a huge similarity between Botox injections and Natox:
- Botox Injections
Botox’s scientific name is Botulinum and it’s a toxin that’s produced by a form of bacterium called Clostridium Botulinum. In short it’s a neuro toxin that works by stopping nerve ending in our muscles from telling our brain to contract. This lack of contraction in our facial muscles, results in a completely relaxed face. As most of us know, “A relaxed face is a wrinkle free face”.Of course Botox injections are where the neuro toxin itself, binds onto the nerve ending, preventing it from registering anything with our brain. This can lead to facial paralysis and other unwanted side effects. Botox is by far the most powerful way to relax muscles, sometimes too powerful.
- Natox Cream
Natox still contains the Botulinum toxin, however in a far less concentration. So much so, that injecting this level of concentration into your muscles, would result in little to no effects.The way that Natox is able to produce the same, if not similar effects as Botox, is through charging the toxin through an electromagnetic, chemical process. What this does is essentially send electric pulses to the Botulinum toxin, intern charging them and allowing them to effect the nerve endings in our muscles.
Okay, that’s all the complicated stuff over and done with, pheeeew!
The Difference In Effectiveness
We’ve now determined there’s a similarity between Natox and Botox, but how do they compare in terms of effectiveness?
When injected, most people tend to see fairly instant results and that’s usually because of the high level of concentration of Botulinum. Unfortunately when dealing with high levels of this stuff, it’s not uncommon to see side effects as everyone reacts in a different why to the introduction of a powerful toxin.In terms of it’s effectiveness on wrinkles, there’s nothing that compares.
Because Natox is a cream, instant results aren’t normally seen. Instead it’s level of effectiveness is dependent on continual daily use. Most creams tend to take up to a month before the effects can start to be seen, however once that point is reached, all that is required is to be consistent, with daily applications being a must.So far Natox cream isn’t as effective as Botox injections, however it certainly is as effective as other anti wrinkle creams and if not more.
Weighing It Up
The final thing, which is important that we do, is to weight up the pro’s and con’s between the two starting with Botox:
- Instant results
- Most effective at reducing the size and overall visibility of wrinkles
- Longer wait time between treatments(every 3 to 6 months)
- Painful injections required
- Possible side effects
- No side effects
- No painful application
- More affordable
- Longer wait time before results can be seen
- Slightly less effective
For most people, the question is simply about money. If you can afford $750/injection(usually more then one is required at each treatment) and you’re not worried about possible facial paralysis, then Botox is your answer.
However if you’d rather spending a fraction of the price and you don’t want to end up with possible side effects, then Natox cream is certainly an effective enough way of treating wrinkles and fine lines.
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