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Botox and Its Benefits:

Uncover the magic of Botox, a non-invasive cosmetic procedure specifically designed to diminish fine lines and wrinkles. Our skilled professionals at Face It Edina use Botox injections to target specific facial muscles, effectively reducing signs of aging without compromising your natural expressions.

Key Benefits:

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Witness quick results that can be visible in as little as 10 days, providing swift rejuvenation.

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Botox not only treats existing wrinkles but can also be used preventatively to ward off future signs of aging.

Beyond aesthetic benefits, Botox can effectively address issues such as excessive sweating.

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How Does Botox Work?

Botox addresses the key factors behind the formation of frown lines, crow's feet, and forehead lines — the recurrent muscle contractions resulting from years of frowning, squinting, smiling, and raising eyebrows. Your injector will administer Botox injections to these muscles, leading to a temporary reduction in muscle activity. You'll start observing temporary improvements in the appearance of frown lines between your brows, crow's feet lines, and forehead lines.

Results and Expectations

Curious about the results? Envision a smoother, more rejuvenated version of yourself. Botox delivers noticeable results, with effects typically lasting several months. Full treatment results can be seen in 10-14 days. It is recommended to have treatments every three to four months to maintain results.

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What Can Botox Treat?

Explore the diverse areas that can be treated with Botox and other cosmetic injectables at Face It Edina:

Crows Feet
Crows Feet

Address the fine lines around the eyes for a more youthful and vibrant look.

Forehead Lines
Forehead Lines

Smooth out forehead wrinkles to achieve a refreshed appearance.

Elevens
Elevens

Diminish the vertical lines between the eyebrows for a relaxed and youthful expression.

Laugh Lines
Laugh Lines

Soften smile lines to enhance your overall facial harmony.

Platysma Muscles
Platysma Muscles

Combat signs of aging in the neck area for a more defined and youthful neck profile.

Jaw
Jaw for TMJ Treatment

Experience relief from TMJ issues with targeted Botox treatments for the jaw.

Underarm
Underarms for Sweating

Address excessive sweating in the underarm area for improved comfort.

Hand
Hands for Sweating

Extend the benefits to the hands, providing a comprehensive solution for excessive sweating.

Other Neurotoxin Options

In addition to Botox, explore alternative neurotoxin options available at Face It Edina:

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Discover the efficacy of Dysport, a neurotoxin similar to Botox, for achieving a smoother complexion.

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Explore the benefits of Xeomin, another alternative to Botox, offering a wrinkle-smoothing solution.

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Consider Jeuveau, a modern neurotoxin option, to achieve a youthful and refreshed appearance.

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Is Botox Safe?

Your safety is our priority. Rest assured, our licensed and experienced practitioners administer Botox in a state-of-the-art facility. In addition to Botox, we offer alternative neurotoxins like Dysport and Jeuveau, providing you with choices that align with your preferences and comfort level. Our team will guide you through these options, ensuring an informed decision tailored to your unique needs.

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Potential Side Effects

While Botox is generally considered a safe and effective cosmetic procedure, like any medical intervention, it can be associated with potential side effects. Most side effects are mild and temporary, resolving on their own within a few days to weeks. Common side effects include localized tenderness, swelling, and bruising at the injection site. These reactions are typically transient and can be managed with ice packs and over-the-counter pain relievers. Occasionally, patients may experience headaches, which usually subside within 24 to 48 hours.

Some individuals may also encounter temporary eyelid drooping or asymmetry, if the Botox spreads beyond the targeted muscles. While this is generally uncommon, it is essential to choose a skilled and experienced practitioner and follow post-procedure instructions to minimize such risks.

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Absolutely. Botox has been used for cosmetic purposes for decades and is FDA-approved. Our experienced professionals ensure a safe and comfortable experience.

While individual experiences may vary, many clients notice improvements within a few days, with full results visible in about 1-2 weeks.

Minimal and temporary. You may experience slight bruising or swelling at the injection site, but these effects typically subside within a few days.

The effects of Botox typically last 3-4 months. Consistent treatments can lead to longer-lasting results over time.

Yes, Botox is not only effective in treating existing wrinkles but can also be used preventatively to ward off future signs of aging.

No, Botox can be used to address various concerns, including excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis), TMJ issues, and more.

Most patients experience minimal discomfort during Botox injections. Our practitioners use fine needles, and any discomfort is typically brief.

The frequency of Botox treatments depends on individual factors and desired results. Our experts will tailor a plan to meet your specific needs and goals.

Yes, Botox can be part of a comprehensive aesthetic treatment plan. Our team can discuss combination options for optimal results.

Botox is versatile and can be used to treat various facial areas, including crows feet, forehead lines, elevens, and laugh lines. Our skilled professionals can provide a detailed consultation to determine the best approach for your individual needs.
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Botox Aftercare

After receiving a Botox treatment, it is important to follow specific guidelines provided by your provider. One of the primary recommendations is to avoid touching, rubbing, or applying pressure to the treated areas for at least a few hours after the procedure. This helps prevent the migration of the toxin to unintended areas and allows the Botox to settle into the targeted muscles.

Patients are also advised to refrain from strenuous physical activities and exercise for the first 24 hours post-treatment. Sweating and increased blood flow can potentially impact the distribution of the Botox, affecting its efficacy. Alcohol consumption and exposure to extreme heat, such as saunas or hot tubs, should be avoided during this initial period as well.

Additionally, it's crucial to remain upright for the first few hours after the treatment and avoid lying down. This precautionary measure helps prevent the unintentional spread of the Botox to adjacent muscles. It is recommended to sleep with your head elevated for the first night after the procedure.

Patients are encouraged to stay hydrated and consume a healthy diet rich in vitamins and minerals to support the healing process. Regular follow-up appointments with your provider are essential to monitor progress and address any concerns. Adhering to these aftercare guidelines enhances the overall effectiveness of the Botox treatment and contributes to a smoother, more successful outcome.

Aesthetic Treatments to Compliment Botox Results

In conjunction with Botox treatments, several complementary services and treatments can be employed to enhance and maintain optimal results. One popular option is dermal fillers, which work synergistically with Botox to address different aspects of facial aging. While Botox targets dynamic wrinkles caused by muscle contractions, dermal fillers, such as hyaluronic acid-based injectables, add volume to areas with static wrinkles and fine lines, providing a more comprehensive rejuvenation. This combination approach is often referred to as a "liquid facelift," producing a balanced and natural-looking outcome.

Additionally, incorporating regular skincare routines into the post-Botox maintenance plan is crucial for prolonging the results. High-quality skincare products containing ingredients like retinoids, antioxidants, and peptides can help improve skin texture, tone, and elasticity. These products contribute to overall skin health, supporting the longevity of Botox effects by promoting collagen production and minimizing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

Non-invasive procedures such as laser therapy and chemical peels can also be beneficial in exfoliating the skin's outer layer and promoting a smoother complexion, complementing the effects of Botox for a more youthful and radiant appearance. It is important to consult with your provider to tailor a personalized plan that combines these complementary treatments based on individual needs and desired outcomes.

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Inside the Numbers on Girls' Participation in High School Sports

Recently I saw an article in the Fargo, N.D.-based site InForum.com about how, right across the Red River of the North, Minnesota is getting close to achieving actual equality in boys' and girls' high school sports participation. According to the 2017-18 participation survey by the National Federation of High School Associations (NFHS), Minnesota's state association reported that ...

Recently I saw an article in the Fargo, N.D.-based site InForum.com about how, right across the Red River of the North, Minnesota is getting close to achieving actual equality in boys' and girls' high school sports participation. According to the 2017-18 participation survey by the National Federation of High School Associations (NFHS), Minnesota's state association reported that 49 percent of high school sports participants are girls, as high as number as any state has achieved. (The national number is 42.7 percent.)

Here is how the St. Paul Pioneer Press explained the gains in a August 2018 article, not long after the numbers were released:

According to coaches, parents, students and experts, Minnesota is at the intersection of several positive factors:

That explains the gain of 17,000 girls over 10 years up to 117,000. But the 5.5-percentage-point increase in girls' participation during that time (second only to Washington, DC's 5.6-point gain) is also a result of a drop of 7,000 boys during the same period, with 4,000 of those because of a decline in 11-player football participation. (I will note that in the NFHS count, one "girl" or "boy" is one girl or boy participating in one sport; a three-sport athletes would count as 3, not 1.)

Now, this isn't the point where I am going to start arguing that boys are somehow getting the shaft, or that football is dead, or that schools are still failing to promote girls' equality in sports 47 years into Title IX (though they are), or that we should look at sports and teenagers in a mere binary gender spectrum. What I am going to do is highlight some numbers that I dug up from the NFHS reports as I tried to learn more about Minnesota's success in attracting more girls to high school sports.

I offer no analysis, but like the Harper's Index, I just let the numbers speak for themselves.

TOP GIRLS' PARTICIPATION, BY PERCENTAGE, 2017-18: Minnesota (49), Pennsylvania (47.1), Maine (46.6), Alaska (46.6), New Hampshire (46.5), Connecticut (46.4), New Mexico (45.4), Colorado (44.9), South Dakota (44.8), Montana (44.8)

LOWEST GIRLS' PARTICIPATION, BY PERCENTAGE, 2017-18: Alabama (35), Tennessee (36.8), South Carolina (37.6), Mississippi (39), Georgia (39.9), Kansas (40.1), Texas (40.3), Iowa (40.5), Missouri (41), Wisconsin (41.1)

NUMBER OF STATES WITH GIRLS' PARTICIPATION GREATER THAN THE NATIONAL LEVEL OF 42.7: 29

NUMBER OF STATES WITH GIRLS' PARTICIPATION LESS THAN 40 PERCENT, 2017-18: 5

NUMBER BELOW 40 PERCENT IN 2007-08: 12

LARGEST PERCENTAGE-POINT INCREASE IN GIRLS' PARTICIPATION, 2007-08 to 2017-18: District of Columbia (5.6), Minnesota (5.5), Arizona (4.9), New Mexico (4.9), Nevada (4.4), South Dakota (4.4), Oregon (4), New Hampshire (3.6), Utah (3.4), Tennessee (3.2)

SMALLEST PERCENTAGE-POINT INCREASE IN GIRLS' PARTICIPATION, 2007-08 to 2017-18: Vermont (minus-2.9), Iowa (minus-1), Kentucky (minus-1), West Virginia (minus-0.4), Maine (zero), Virginia (zero), Missouri (0.3), Indiana (0.3), Oklahoma (0.4), Washington (0.4)

NUMBER OF YEARS OVERALL HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS PARTICIPATION HAS INCREASED (TO AN ALL-TIME RECORD LEVEL): 15

NUMBERS OF YEARS OVERALL HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS SPORTS PARTICIPATION HAS INCREASED (TO AN ALL-TIME RECORD LEVEL): 33

NUMBER OF STATES (PLUS DC) WHERE OVERALL, BOYS AND GIRLS NUMERIC PARTICIPATION INCREASED FROM 2007-08 to 2017-18: 34

STATES WHERE GIRLS' NUMERIC PARTICIPATION DECLINED FROM 2007-08 to 2017-18: 8 (Michigan, Virginia, Wisconsin, Indiana, Iowa, Maine, Vermont, West Virginia)

STATES WHERE BOYS' NUMERIC PARTICIPATION DECLINED FROM 2007-08 to 2017-18: 15 (New York, Ohio, Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Oregon, Nebraska, Maine, Vermont, Hawaii, South Dakota)

STATES WHERE OVERALL NUMERIC PARTICIPATION DECLINE FROM 2007-08 to 2017-18: 10 (New York, Michigan, Wisconsin, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, Maine, Vermont, West Virginia)

STATES THAT APPEAR IN ALL THREE NUMERIC DECLINE CATEGORIES: 6 (Michigan, Wisconsin, Indiana, Iowa, Maine, Vermont)

Girls Fall 2023 High School Rankings: State champions jump into Top 5

(Pictured Above: Tennessee’s Bearden High School vaulted into a share of the No. 3 spot this week after winning the state championship.)KANSAS CITY, Mo. – United Soccer Coaches released the latest Fall 2023 high school boys and girls soccer rankings on Tuesday.In this week’s girls’ poll, Central Dauphin (Harrisburg, Pa.) maintain...

(Pictured Above: Tennessee’s Bearden High School vaulted into a share of the No. 3 spot this week after winning the state championship.)

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – United Soccer Coaches released the latest Fall 2023 high school boys and girls soccer rankings on Tuesday.

In this week’s girls’ poll, Central Dauphin (Harrisburg, Pa.) maintained its No. 1 spot and Jesuit (Portland, Ore.) claimed the No. 2 spot outright. Bearden (Knoxville, Tenn.) and Edina (Edina, Minn.) tied for third and Hopkinton (Hopkinton, Mass.) took the fifth spot.

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1 Central Dauphin (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1 19-0-0
2 Jesuit (Portland, Ore.) 2 15-0-0
3 Bearden (Knoxville, Tenn.) 8 22-0-1
3 Edina (Edina, Minn.) 4 20-0-0
5 Hopkinton (Hopkinton, Mass.) 10 16-0-1
6 Ward Melville (East Setauket, N.Y.) 5 13-0-3
7 McDonogh School (Owings Mills, Md.) 2 14-0-0
8 Rutgers Preparatory School (Franklin Township, N.J.) 7 16-0-0
9 Lone Peak (Highland, Utah) 9 20-1-0
10 Milford (Milford, Ohio) 11 16-0-4
11 St. Joseph’s (Trumbull, Conn.) RV 15-0-1
12 Somers (Somers, N.Y.) 12 17-0-0
13 Pennridge (Perkasie, Pa.) 13 19-0-1
14 Noblesville (Noblesville, Ind.) 15 18-1-3
15 The Baylor School (Chattanooga, Tenn.) 17 15-1-1
16 Bishop Feehan (Attleboro, Mass.) 22 16-0-1
17 The Pennington School (Pennington, N.J.) 17 20-0-0
18 Skyline (Sammamish, Wash.) 19 12-1-0
19 Spencerport (Spencerport, N.Y.) 16 18-0-0
20 Houston (Germantown, Tenn.) 21 17-1-2
21 Las Cruces (Las Cruces, N.M.) 20 20-0-0
21 Strongsville (Strongsville, Ohio) 23 15-1-2
23 Mercy (Middletown, Conn.) NR 16-0-0
24 North Allegheny (Wexford, Pa.) 24 19-0-0
25 Massapequa (Massapequa, N.Y.) 24 10-0-4

Records shown are through games of October 29, 2023

Also receiving votes: Lexington Catholic (Lexington, Ky.), Natick (Natick, Mass.), Sumner (Sumner, Wash.)

Sought-after Edina tackle Quinn Carroll sifting through Gophers’ offer, others

What’s the criteria Quinn Carroll will use to make his college decision?That’s a hot topic as the coveted Edina offensive tackle navigates his recruiting process. He’s considered the top player from Minnesota in the 2019 class and the 78th-best player in the nation, according to 247sports.com’s composite list.The 6-foot-6, 290-pound son of former Gophers and NFL tight end Jay Carroll has 30 offers, including one from Minnesota, and last year as a sophomore visited nearly 20 schools. Carroll and his dad m...

What’s the criteria Quinn Carroll will use to make his college decision?

That’s a hot topic as the coveted Edina offensive tackle navigates his recruiting process. He’s considered the top player from Minnesota in the 2019 class and the 78th-best player in the nation, according to 247sports.com’s composite list.

The 6-foot-6, 290-pound son of former Gophers and NFL tight end Jay Carroll has 30 offers, including one from Minnesota, and last year as a sophomore visited nearly 20 schools. Carroll and his dad made a repeat visit to Dinkytown last Saturday, where they saw the Gophers roll over Middle Tennessee State, 34-3, at TCF Bank Stadium.

Gophers coach P.J. Fleck visited Carroll in style on Friday night. He and Minnesota wide receivers coach Matt Simon, the primary recruiter of the state, boarded a helicopter Dinkytown and zipped to Edina’s game against Eastview in Apple Valley.

“Minnesota movement in full effect,” Fleck said in an online video before the helicopter door closed.

Last year, the NCAA moved up the official visit schedule to the spring of a recruit’s junior season, meaning Carroll’s potential short list of candidates is expected to be revealed when he determines what five schools he will check out on the school’s dime in April and May. That list could be longer if he opts to go to more schools and take unofficial visits at Minnesota, Wisconsin or Iowa, where the travel costs are lower.

Some of the premier programs to offer scholarships to Carroll include Alabama, Ohio State, Michigan, Oklahoma and Notre Dame. The Gophers are considered to be in the mix.

“We try to get him out, to expose him to as many programs as possible because, truth be told, he really had no clue what he was looking for,” said Jay Carroll, who lettered for the Gophers from 1981-83 and played briefly for the Vikings and Buccaneers through 1985.

Jay said Quinn’s criteria is starting to crystallize, with location near the top of the list.

“He has four or five offers in Florida,” Jay said. “Do you want to go that far away? Do you want to go to USC or UCLA or Stanford? Do you want to go in the SEC, ACC? Location is big thing, and I don’t think he has an answer to that.”

Some coaches have asked if he has a desire to win national championships.

“Do you think a sophomore in high school has been thinking about that? Probably not,” Jay said. “That is something that he has to think about. … Or is it playing in a great program and having the chance to compete for a conference championship and a good bowl game?”

Jay has heard Quinn often mention the importance of his relationship with the head coach, offensive line coach, and strength and conditioning coach.

“It comes down to relationship and trust,” Jay said. “In the end, I think my bet is that is going to tip the scales the most. It’s just like looking for your spouse.

“As a parent, how can you determine who that is going to be? I really don’t know. He has met a lot of really good guys and a lot of impressive coaches, but are they the ones for him?”

49ers-Vikings game puts Iowa pals George Kittle and T.J. Hockenson on prime-time stage

Graduates of Iowa’s “Tight End University” are showing off what they learned during their time playing for the Hawkeyes.MINNEAPOLIS — The starting offense for the San Francisco 49ers offense was cycling through the narrated intros during a recent nationally televised game when a mischievous-looking face popped up on NBC's broadcast for his turn at telling the 26 million viewers where he learned his craft.“Georg...

Graduates of Iowa’s “Tight End University” are showing off what they learned during their time playing for the Hawkeyes.

MINNEAPOLIS — The starting offense for the San Francisco 49ers offense was cycling through the narrated intros during a recent nationally televised game when a mischievous-looking face popped up on NBC's broadcast for his turn at telling the 26 million viewers where he learned his craft.

“George Kittle, Tight End University,” was how this player with the long blond hair draping over his shoulder pads confidently presented himself.

Just in case Kittle's clever bit caused any confusion for the casual fans: He went to Iowa, the hard-nosed program that has proudly been producing NFL tight ends in the heartland of America as well as any college team around. The Hawkeyes have practically built their scheme around the players at this long-underappreciated position that blends the flash and grit of the game as no other.

“My first day on campus, they told me if I didn’t learn how to run block, I’d never touch the field. So I made it a passion of mine,” said Kittle, who was a fifth-round draft pick by the 49ers in 2017. “Iowa just kind of instills in you that you just have to work harder than everyone else, no matter what.”

When Kittle was a fifth-year senior with the Hawkeyes, T.J. Hockenson was a wide-eyed redshirt in the tight-end room. He wound up as the eighth overall pick in the 2019 draft by Detroit, which traded him to Minnesota last season. The two former Hawkeyes will be featured receivers for their teams on Monday night when the Vikings host the 49ers. They'll play heavy roles in the running game too.

“There’s not many schools that teach you to run off the ball like Iowa does, to go attack players,” Hockenson said. “That was a big thing for me in college to learn that.”

Iowa tied for the most tight end alumni on NFL opening weekend rosters this year, matching Georgia, Notre Dame and Stanford with five apiece. With Kittle, Hockenson, Seattle's Noah Fant and Lions rookie Sam LaPorta, former Hawkeyes have a collective 94 catches for 1,014 yards and eight touchdowns this season entering Week 7 to make them the most productive tight ends from one school in the league. Iowa also held that crown over the past five years, besting noted factories Miami, Notre Dame and Stanford.

Current Iowa offensive coordinator Brian Ferentz is a tight ends coach at heart who coached that position in 2011, his last of four seasons in the NFL with the New England Patriots.

“It’s just one of those places that really develop you. I wasn’t really a star when I came out,” said Hockenson, an Iowa native whose first scholarship offer was from Iowa State, where his parents went.

His brothers attended Iowa, though, and he long dreamed of playing for the Hawkeyes after growing up admiring their most accomplished former tight end, Dallas Clark, who accumulated 5,665 receiving yards over 11 years in the league.

“They’ve been a winning program for a long time, and that’s an easy thing to buy into,” Hockenson said. “Playing there definitely helped me through the ebbs and flows of an NFL system.”

Kittle and Hockenson train together in the offseason with some other NFL players at Kittle's 75-acre property outside of Nashville, Tennessee. Kittle and his wife installed a workout facility in a remodeled barn and had a football field built in the yard. The group brings in their own physical therapists and speed and strength specialists.

Kittle and Kansas City Chiefs star Travis Kelce have also led an annual summer summit in the area — called “Tight End University” — for dozens of NFL tight ends to work on their games, help each other out and have a good time.

There's a lot to celebrate these days, thanks largely to Kittle.

While wearing a microphone during a game in 2018, Kittle fawned on the sideline over a touchdown catch by teammate Garrett Celek and joked that it was “National Tight Ends Day.” Social media funsters ran with it, the league caught on and now the day is observed each fourth Sunday in October.

“Got some family coming in, got some T-shirts made up, so I’m pretty excited,” Hockenson said. “It’s just great to be able to showcase what we do, because we do do a lot.”

The 49ers-Vikings matchup couldn't be more fitting for the occasion, even though the game is a day after the official holiday. The prime-time game will give Kittle and Hockenson a grand stage to show off their skills and how far they've come.

“I love everything about T.J. and I really respect his game and how he plays it,” Kittle said, joking that he would sell Hockenson's trade secrets to the 49ers defensive backs. "If I had him on my fantasy team I’d probably start him this week. But I’m giving our guys tips to try to slow him down so I can have a better National Tight Ends Day.”

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