WHAT IS A COBBLESTONE CHIN?
A cobblestone chin, also known as pebble chin, is a characteristic bump on the tip of the chin. It is usually visible when the natural face mimic is used and looks like a wrinkled orange skin.
One of the reasons for the appearance of a cobblestone chin are hyperactive facial muscles - especially the mentalis muscle. The cobblestone chin may also be affected by a loss of skin firmness, as well as its natural aging processes.
A treatment for cobblestone chin may be the use of botulinum toxin, commonly known as Botox. It involves the injection of the product under the skin to tense the selected area and restore its smoothness.
INDICATIONS:Cobblestone (pebble) chin
- Neuromuscular disorders
- Use of certain medications (e.g. antibiotics, anticoagulants)
- Inflammation, bacterial and viral infections
- Hypersensitivity or allergy to product ingredients
RECOMMENDED FREQUENCY:Number of treatments performed: 1
The treatment may be repeated after approximately 6 months to maintain the effect.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS - COBBLESTONE (PEBBLE) CHIN
It is recommended to repeat the treatments about every 6 months to maintain the effect. This is an individual matter and may vary from patient to patient.
For 24 hours after the treatment it is worth to avoid sauna, swimming pool and intense workouts. You should also avoid drinking alcohol.