Many clients know about and ask for Botox by name for dynamic movement wrinkling (11’s, crows feet, forehead lines, etc.), and it is a great product. We do love it. But did you know there are other neuromodulators? This blog spotlights Xeomin, pronounced “Z-Oh-min,” and just like Botox and Dysport it is a commercial formulation of a type A toxin. It is known as the cleanest form on the market because it is stripped of its protein casing and there are no additives. This means that there is less risk of developing antibodies over time that could prevent a neuromodulator from having its desired effect. This resistance probably wouldn’t happen for many years, but it’s important to know that some neuromodulators can lose their efficacy over time. So, if you’ve been using Botox or Dysport for many years, and it stops working for you, Xeomin will likely give you that smooth result again! Used globally since 2007, it has a great safety profile, is comparable to Botox in terms of both onset and duration of action, and can be used anywhere other toxins are indicated. You just might really love it.

Check out the video at xeominaesthetic.com for more info or as always feel free to ask any of us!

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