Xeomin Injections: Purer Than Botox and Dysport
Xeomin is used to produce a more youthful, smooth, and wrinkle free look. Unlike its competitors Xeomin contains no additives. It contains only one ingredient: botulinum toxin A.
One of the major benefits to Xeomin being a pure ingredient is that there is less for the body to become resistant to because there are less ingredients in
the solution. While some patients have developed antibodies to Botox and Dysport, making there bodies reject the treatments.
Even though Xeomin comes in a pure form, it is quite comparable to Botox. Experts have found that Xeomin can last longer than Botox, up to 6 months. Side effects of Xeomin include minor swelling, bruising, headache, and soreness. These are all considered normal immediately following injection and should fade within a few days.
Here are some frequently asked questions from the Xeomin website:
How is Xeomin Administered?
XEOMIN is injected directly into the affected muscles. The injection plan varies from person to person, depending on the number of muscles involved and the extent of their involvement.
How Many Shots Will I Need for Treatment?
This also varies from person to person. Your doctor will decide how many sites to inject and the total dose per muscle based on your condition.
How Often Will I Need Treatment with Xeomin?
Everyone is different. However, clinical studies suggest that it generally takes 7 days before most people begin to feel improvement. The effect generally lasts up to 12 weeks, but the effect in individual patients may be significantly longer or shorter.
Are you interested in learning more about receiving Xeomin injections? Contact the experts at Aesthetica Medical Spa in Lindon, Utah for your free Xeomin consultation.