Iron-Sealed Botox is not hair restoration, but reconstruction. Unfortunately, it is impossible to restore the hair, because it has no function of regeneration. Such botox should be done by a good specialist in this particular area, otherwise the hair may get "ass". And yet, this procedure can dry hair to brittleness, so moisturizing and professional care is required !!!!!!
The Botox procedure is described as restoring hair at the cellular level. I don’t know how true all this is from the scientific point of view, but a properly performed procedure really helps.
I burned my hair with a straightener and I had no choice but to cut it to the shoulders. For about a year, they slowly grew back, as the tips still broke and had to be cut again.
I thought about the Botox procedure and did not regret it, because Botox seals the ends, which prevents them from breaking, accelerating hair growth.
I did the procedure twice already, while drying my hair with a hairdryer every day, but I didn't use a straightener anymore (Botox has the effect of keratin straightening). Hair became noticeably thicker and longer. I am very pleased with the result.
In the first photo, the hair before the procedure is fluffy and porous.
The second and third photos, respectively, after the first and second application.
She is 75 years old.