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Treat "Tech Neck" with Botox

Is all this screen time rapidly aging you?? And what can you do about it?

September 5, 2023

All those hours scrolling TikTok are about to catch up with you. 

In fact, it might have already happened. 

We’re not talking about your burnt out dopamine receptors. We’re talking about “tech neck”--those two unsightly parallel line wrinkles on your neck that make you look older than you are. We all spend so much time on our computers and phones these days, it seems almost inevitable that all that time hunched over would result in unsightly horizontal lines across the neck. But since nobody wants to–or can!–give up screen time completely, you might be wondering, how do I fix it? Luckily, there’s a super simple solution–Botox injections in the neck can make those lines disappear.

How does Botox for tech neck work?

Botox, derived from botulinum toxin, is a muscle relaxant that you already know works for face wrinkles, Barbie Botox, and TMJ. For tech neck lines, Botox works by temporarily paralyzing the specific muscles responsible for pulling your chin down, which relaxes them and smooths out wrinkles. You’ll still be able to move your head around, but your muscles just won’t be as strong.

How many units of Botox do I need for tech neck lines?

The number of units of Botox required for the neck area varies from person to person. Generally, expect that you’ll need 25-30 units which is about the same as forehead Botox. 

Who should get Botox for tech neck wrinkles?

If you’re young and already experiencing the early signs of tech neck, you might be an excellent candidate for Botox treatment. If you've noticed horizontal lines or sagging skin on your neck, even in your twenties, Botox is a proactive measure to prevent wrinkles from getting worse. But if you’re older and the wrinkles are deeper, Botox can still soften the look of those lines and also prevent them from developing further.

What does Botox in the neck feel like?

Botox injections in the neck pinch a little, but they’re super quick. The treatment involves a few small injections strategically placed in the neck area. There's minimal downtime, so you can resume most of your daily activities immediately. Just be sure to follow your provider’s after care instructions, and don’t exercise vigorously or lie down directly afterwards. You may see a little bruising at the injection site, but this typically resolves on its own. 

When do I see results from Botox for tech neck lines?

Results typically become visible within a week as your muscles gradually relax. And they last up to four months on average. 

Where can I get Botox for tech neck near me?

Botox injections are a safe and effective method to tackle wrinkles caused by screen time–but only if they’re administered by a qualified medical professional. (Now is not the time to shop around for “the best deal”, trust us.) Botox is super safe and trusted in the industry, but your injector is what makes it so safe. That’s why we made the Upkeep app, where we’ve hand selected the best MedSpa providers in your area. You can book straight from the app, with same day and next day appointments available! If you’re ready to say goodbye to tech neck lines and hello to smooth skin, book your Botox with Upkeep today!

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