When you look in the mirror, are you starting to notice fine lines across your forehead, between your brows, or at the corners of your eyes? If so, it may be time to consider a neuromodulator injectable. At First State MedSpa, we offer a selection of treatment options to meet your individual needs and aesthetic goals.
Xeomin® & Dysport®
There are a number of different injectable treatments available on the market today. One of the most common types of injectables includes neuromodulators such as Xeomin® and Dysport®. These products all contain botulinum toxin type A, which works to smooth dynamic wrinkles, or the wrinkles that form as a result of repeated facial movements.
So, what is the main difference between these injectable products? The main distinction lies in their formulation. This will influence how the product spreads, the dosage used, and how quickly results can be seen.
The most common neuromodulator treatment areas include:
• Glabellar lines also called frown lines
• Crow’s feet
• Forehead creases
• Corners of the mouth
• A “cobblestoned” appearance on the chin
You will be able to return to your regular activities directly after treatment. However, we do recommend that you avoid exercise and other strenuous activities for the rest of the day. Mild swelling, redness, and bruising at the injection site are normal and should dissipate with time.
Can xeomin be used for crows feet?
Yes! Xeomin can be used for all the same areas that Botox is used for.
Can xeomin be used for lips?
Xeomin can be used to create a lip flip. This is for those who are looking for more subtle results than filler gives.
How do you make Xeomin?
Xeomin comes in a powder form, which is then mixed in the office and refrigerated until use!
How long does it take to see results from xeomin?
Results can take up to 14 days to take effect, but most patients will see their results within a couple of days.
How long should xeomin last?
Xeomin is expected to last 3 to 6 months, comparable to Botox.
Do Xeomin injections hurt?
Xeomin injections are relatively painless. Before treatment, a small cooling device is used to numb the injection sight, therefore assisting greatly in any discomfort.
Can xeomin cause headaches?
Xeomin does not cause headaches, but it can be a side effect. If this does occur, it usually will subside within two weeks.
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