Botox Injection

$12.50 per unit with Dr. Shawn Seit, M.D.

$10.00 per unit with nurses

Remove Wrinkles
prevent migraine headaches
prevent excessive sweating
correct facial asymmetry
lift eyebrows
soften jawline
reduce neck bands
treat eyelid spasms
relive muscle stiffness
improve gummy smiles

Botox Toronto

In the context of cosmetic procedures, neurotoxins such as Botox, Xeomin, and Dysport are commonly used as wrinkle relaxers. These injectable treatments work by blocking the nerve signals that cause muscle contractions. By temporarily paralyzing or relaxing targeted muscles, neurotoxins can soften the appearance of dynamic wrinkles, which are caused by repetitive muscle movements over time. Common areas of treatment include forehead lines, frown lines (glabellar lines), and crow’s feet around the eyes. marionette lines, bunny lines, vertical lip lines, chin wrinkles, and neck wrinkles. It’s also highly effective for jaw slimming, brow lifting, and treating hyperhidrosis. Additionally, microtox can help smooth out skin texture and can even alleviate mild to moderate acne by regulating the sebaceous glands.

Botox treatments are offered at all Rejuuv Medi Spa locations


What Is Botox?

Botox, Xeomin, and Dysport are all derived from the botulinum toxin, which is produced by the bacterium Clostridium botulinum. However, they are purified and used in controlled amounts for safe and effective cosmetic applications. When administered by a trained medical professional, neurotoxin injections are considered generally safe and well-tolerated.

How Does Botox Work?

Neurotoxins are a class of substances that target and affect the nervous system, specifically the communication between nerves and muscles. These substances work by interfering with the normal functioning of nerve cells, leading to various effects on the body. One prominent application of neurotoxins is in the field of medicine and cosmetic procedures, where they are used as injectable treatments to address specific conditions and enhance appearance. 


  1. Have dynamic wrinkles: Botox is most effective for treating dynamic wrinkles, which are caused by repeated muscle movements, such as frown lines, forehead lines, and crow’s feet. If you have wrinkles that are more prominent when you make facial expressions but fade when your face is at rest, you may be a good candidate.
  2. Are in good overall health: It is important to be in good general health before undergoing any cosmetic procedure. Inform your healthcare provider about any medical conditions, allergies, or medications you are taking to ensure Botox is safe for you.
  3. Have realistic expectations: Botox can help soften the appearance of wrinkles and improve facial aesthetics, but it does not provide permanent results or address all types of wrinkles. Understanding the limitations and having realistic expectations about the outcome is important.
  4. Are looking for a non-surgical solution: Botox is a non-surgical cosmetic treatment that offers a less invasive option compared to surgical procedures. If you prefer a non-surgical approach to address your cosmetic concerns, Botox may be a suitable option.
  5. Seek a temporary solution: Botox provides temporary results, typically lasting around three to four months. If you are comfortable with undergoing periodic treatments to maintain the desired results, Botox may be a good fit for you.
  6. Are not pregnant or nursing: Botox injections are generally not recommended during pregnancy or while breastfeeding due to limited research on the safety of these procedures in these circumstances.
  7. Contraindications to consider:
  • If you are hypersensitive to any botulinum toxin or any components of the injection
  • If you have an infection at the injection site
  • If you have a neuromuscular disease like multiple sclerosis or myasthenia gravis


The most common reason for getting Botox is for cosmetic and beauty purposes. Botox relaxes the muscles that cause wrinkles, resulting in their disappearance. Improved appearance leads to increased self-esteem and confidence. 

However, Botox also has medical applications that can be life-changing. It can help with migraines, excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis), eye issues like drooping eyelids or muscle spasms, facial ticks or twitching, headaches, and teeth grinding (bruxism). Botox is a versatile treatment that addresses a wide range of health issues.


During a Botox appointment, the process typically involves:

  1. Consultation: Discuss concerns, goals, and medical history with a qualified provider.
  2. Pre-treatment assessment: Photographs may be taken for reference and comparison during follow-up appointments.
  3. Cleansing: Thoroughly cleanse the treatment area to prepare for injection.
  4. Marking injection points: Identify specific areas for precision.
  5. Botox injection: Administer injections with a fine needle.
  6. Aftercare instructions: Refrain from touching or rubbing the area that received treatment, avoid lying down, bending over, engaging in physical exercise, and exposing yourself to excessive heat for 4 hours.
  7. Follow-up appointments: Assess results and consider touch-up injections.


  • Minimal downtime
  • Noticeable results within a few days (longer for larger areas)
  • Results typically last about 3 months (6+ months for larger areas


  • Avoid laying down or touching your face for 4 hours following the treatment.
  • Schedule maintenance appointments to preserve your results.


How Much Does Botox Cost?

$12.50 per unit with Dr. Shawn Seit, M.D.

$10.00 per unit with Nurses

When considering cost, keep in mind that if you receive regular Botox treatments, you might need 2-3 treatments per year to keep up your refreshed appearance, however, the frequency varies by patient. Some patients require less Botox as time goes on and thereby the costs are slightly less from year to year.

Does Botox Injection Hurt?

Like any other cosmetic procedure, you must meet certain requirements to undergo Botox treatment. At Rejuuv Medi Spa, we consider you an ideal candidate for Botox injections if you:

The needle used for Botox injections is very thin, so most patients experience only a brief twinge of mild discomfort. Topical numbing creams are used before the Botox procedure.

How Long Do Botox Results Last?

Results last about six months or longer, varies by patients.

Can We Combine Botox With Other Procedures?

Using Botox alongside a dermal filler like Juvederm is quite popular, often referred to as a “liquid facelift”

What are the side effects for botox

We generally recommend against using Botox when you’re pregnant or breastfeeding.

Am I A Good Candidate For Botox?

Like any other cosmetic procedure, you must meet certain requirements in order to undergo Botox treatment. We consider you an ideal candidate for BOTOX injections if you:

  • Are at least 18 years old
  • Are not pregnant or nursing at the time of your treatment
  • Are free of any known allergies to Botox

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