The answer to this question depends on the jurisdiction in which you are located. Generally, a prescription is required for Botox in most countries and jurisdictions. Please consult your local medical board for more information.
Yes, a prescription from a licensed medical doctor is required to get Botox injections.
In most countries, you need a prescription from an approved medical professional or doctor to obtain and use Botox. The prescription should specify the type of Botox, the dosage, and where and how it will be administered.
You do not need a prescription for Botox. However, it is important to make sure you are seeing a qualified healthcare professional for the procedure who is properly trained and is familiar with all the potential side effects and risks. It is also important to discuss your medical history and any medications that you are taking, as these may affect the results and side effects of the treatment.