This is a cosmetic treatment for the neck area that targets the platysma muscle, which is the thinnest and widest of all facial muscles. Due to the lack of fatty glands in this area, the skin tends to dry out and wrinkle. About a quarter of women do not have many platysma fibers, and as they age, the muscle cannot be trained to maintain its elasticity. Platyzma procedure reduces muscle hyperactivity, which prevents the formation of new neck wrinkles and reduces visible wrinkles. The procedure involves either botulinum injections or mesotherapy with botulinum + hyaluronic acid, nucleotides. The final result is visible after 14 days, and the procedure can help to eliminate sagging skin, lift the neck area, and smooth out wrinkles. However, like any cosmetic treatment, there are some potential side effects, such as swelling, pain, asymmetry, nausea, and infection, which are temporary and rare. It is recommended to avoid massaging the injection sites, lying down for up to 6 hours after the procedure, and avoiding alcohol, exercise, sauna, and sun exposure for up to 24 hours after the procedure. Additionally, it is recommended to avoid taking tranquilizers for up to 2 weeks after the procedure. Before undergoing the procedure, it is important to discuss any potential risks or concerns with a qualified medical professional.