Botox, Dysport & Xeomin

Brow’s falling after Botox: Why and how to avoid?

Low eyebrows after Botox: why does this happen and how to avoid.

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Xeomin™, the newest botulism toxin to the U.S. market, has arrived with, well, less than a bang. In 2012, marketing issues prevented the formal “marketing” launch of this new neurotoxin to the U.S. This product is a direct competitor with Dysport® and Botox® Cosmetic. Initial studies have shown that it may take less time to…

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What is Dysport® ? Dysport® is a toxin (toxic substance) which is naturally produced by the bacteria called Clostridium botulinum. Interestingly, it is currently believed to be the most toxic poison known to man, although the use of such tiny amounts has been used safely in man for over thirty years. This bacteria produces several…

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Botox was the first neurotoxin used for cosmetic purposes in the United States. It is commonly used on the face to reduce forehead furrows, frown lines, crow’s feet, and upper lip lines. It can be used to minimize bands on the neck, pick up the corners of the mouth, and reduce a “gummy” smile.

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