Injectable neuromodulators are a popular form of non-surgical cosmetic treatments. These products are popular because they serve as an effective way to target the muscles that cause dynamic wrinkles. For a long time, BOTOX® was the only option available for individuals who wanted to treat their dynamic wrinkles in this way. Over the past few years, products like Dysport® and XEOMIN® have found their way on the market. This has led some to ask about the differences between these three products.
All three products are derived from the same substance. And all three products basically work in the same way. They serve to block nerve impulses with the goal of temporarily relaxing the muscles that are controlled by these nerves. When the nerves no longer send signals to the muscles, the muscles no longer contract, and this, in turn, prevents the formation of dynamic wrinkles.
All three products are commonly used by individuals looking to treat frown lines on the forehead, as well as perpendicular lines between the brows. All three products can be used for individuals who are battling with crow’s feet, as well as other lines and wrinkles. But for all of their similarities, there are some things that set these products apart from each other.
For example, Dysport® is a little bit thinner than the other two products. As a result, it tend to defuse, or spread, out a little bit more evenly and easier. However, it all depends on the unique situation.
All three of these products can be used by people regardless of their skin tone or their skin type. During the treatment, the solution is simply injected into the preselected areas. It’s really that simple. Within just days of the injection, you should start to see changes in the way your muscles work. The end result should be a more youthful appearance.
BOTOX®, Dysport® and XEOMIN® have helped many individuals battling with dynamic wrinkles improve the appearance of their skin. We are proud to offer all three of these treatments at Advanced Aesthetics in Las Vegas. During a consultation, we can help you determine which treatment is most likely to give you the results you desire. Contact us today to schedule an appointment!