Traptox for the trapezius muscle
Traptox gives the shoulders a slimmer, less masculine appearance and elongates the neck. Additionally, this treatment can be quite effective in reducing pain and tension in the neck and shoulders.
Traptox for the trapezius muscle by Hush LA
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Hush LA is excited to introduce you to the “Traptox” treatment for trapezius muscle! Over the past several months, this new trend has received a ton of online attention as a consequence of numerous TikTok users from all over the world giving it a try and posting their results on the video streaming platform.
What is Traptox?
Traptox, aka “BarbieBotox” is a procedure that involves injecting a neurotoxin (Botox) into the trapezius muscle. This muscle expands outward toward the shoulders and reaches from the back of the head to just above the lower back. We all know that Botox is usually injected into the face in order to address fine lines and wrinkles and rejuvenate the skin’s appearance. Now we can inject the same botulinum toxin into the trapezius muscles, or the ‘traps’ for various purposes.
What is the trapezius muscle?
The trapezius muscle is a large superficial back muscle that resembles a trapezoid. It extends from the external protuberance of the occipital bone to the lower thoracic vertebrae and laterally to the spine of the scapula. The trapezius has upper, middle, and lower groups of fibers.
The trapezius (traps muscle) helps you move your head, neck, arms, shoulders and torso. This muscle is responsible for posture and movement. It allows you to tilt your head up and down and turn your head all around. It also helps you stand up straight, twist your torso, and shrug your shoulders or pull them back. The trapezius controls your scapula (shoulder blade) when you lift your arm or throw a ball.
The best way to decide if Traptox is the right treatment for you is to meet with our professionals. They will discuss your concerns and goals with you and help you make the right decision.
How does Traptox work?
Traptox for the trapezius muscle FAQs
A new application of Botox called Trapezius Botox has emerged to address muscular tension in the trapezius muscle. When injected, the muscles in the shoulders can relax, giving you not only a relaxed look but also providing much-needed relief. Traptox for the trapezius muscle works by relaxing the trapezius muscle. When this muscle is relaxed, it becomes smaller and thinner, giving off a more feminine appearance. People will sometimes refer to this as the hunchback look. You won’t have an ugly bulge in your neck with the help of Traptox.
On top of cosmetic effects, this treatment is also ideal for patients suffering from migraines or neck and shoulder pain, as Botox helps relax tension and even improve mobility. We, at Hush LA, recommend speaking to our specialists about this treatment, and its benefits, aesthetic outcomes, and risks before deciding to undergo this procedure.
Traptox is a procedure that involves injecting a neurotoxin (Botox) into the trapezius muscle. The results will be an elongated neck and slimmer shoulders. This injection also helps with migraines, or neck and shoulder pain.
Almost everyone has tension in their neck, shoulders, and upper back. By using Botox to relax your trapezius muscle, a Traptox treatment can release this pressure. Besides resolving ongoing stress and poor posture, the solution can also make your neck look longer and thinner.
While traptox is a safe and effective therapeutic treatment for the right candidate, caution should always be taken when undergoing a new treatment. Hush LA Medspa offers a complimentary consultation to make sure you receive your desired results without any complications.
If you are interested in alleviating neck and shoulder pain or having slimmer shoulders, you could be a good candidate for traptox.
At Hush LA Medspa, we value your satisfaction and offer comprehensive support for preserving the desired outcome. During a brief and painless session, our qualified medical provider will skillfully inject Botox into the targeted areas. This procedure is fast and usually lasts between 10 to 20 minutes. Usually, around 40 to 50 units of Botox are administered into both the left and right trapezius muscles, although based on the patient’s muscle size, some people may require more or less.
Like other Botox treatments, the effects of Traptox are not permanent, and our experienced team of experts will advise you on the optimal interval between treatments, customized to your specific needs. The results of this injectable will be noticeable after a week and you will see a sleeker, more refined neck as weeks go by.