The cost of Botox can vary greatly, depending on things such as whether it is being used for medical or cosmetic purposes, who are providing the treatment, and where it takes place. The number of units involved also affects how much Botox will cost.
Botox treatments are usually priced per unit. However, the number of units required will depend on the size and severity of your wrinkles or other treated condition.
For cosmetic purposes, in 2016, the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery found that, on average:
A Botox treatment for frown lines or crow’s feet would cost $400. The procedure took only 30 minutes, and you could see the results within 1 to 5 days. You would need to get repeat treatments every 4-6 months, with the person being able to go back to work immediately afterward.
Make sure you go to a qualified professional for Botox treatments and that they have the necessary training.
If you think Botox might help with a medical condition, talk to your doctor.