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Prolonging the Effects of Botox

External factors such as UV rays can also affect the duration of Botox. Hence, one way to make the effects last longer is to use protection when you’re out in the sun, such as by wearing sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30.

Maintaining a workout is good but intense workouts may also boost the metabolism of the Botox, causing it to break down faster. This doesn’t mean you should stop working out. Instead, consider figuring out a balance if you want the Botox effects to stick around longer.

Stress can have damaging effects on the skin as well as cause breakouts. It may also expedite the melting away of Botox. Your dermatologist may suggest practicing something like meditation to help you manage the stress and keep the skin healthy.

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