📢 Here are the basics on wrinkle relaxers..
• 💉💉There are four neuromodulators approved in the US: Botox (onabotulinumtoxinA), Dysport (abobotulinumtoxinA), Xeomin (incobotulinumtoxinA), and the new kid on the block, Jeaveau (prabotulinumtoxinA-xvfs). •
• 💁🏽♀️ In short, they (each) work by temporarily relaxing the muscles resulting in diminished fine lines and wrinkles. Though results vary, there is typically a noticeable improvement in muscle movement within 2-3 days that last for up to 4 months. •
• 🚨The most common side effects are bruising, swelling, redness, and itching at injection sites. Headaches and muscle soreness are frequent but not severe and usually resolve within a few hours to a couple of days post-treatment. Droopy or hooded eyelids or brows can to happen if dosing is high or product migrates to opposing muscles (it’s happened to everyone at one point or another). That’s why experience matters!
Prep for your treatment by avoiding blood thinners (aspirin, fish oil, Garlic or ginkgo supplements), and caffeine 48 hours hours before your treatment. •
💉 Non-cosmedic uses for neurotoxins are for spasms of the eyelid muscle (crossed eyes), bell’s palsy, epilepsy, migraines, spinal cord injuries, Parkinson disease, and urinary incontinence. 🏩 My favorite cosmetic uses of these products are for masseter reduction (facial slimming), “lip flip,” hyperhidrosis (excessive underarm sweating), and as part of our #microinfusion treatments for a fresh-faced glow up to help decrease oil production and minimize acne!
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