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3-4 months


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What is Xeomin?

Xeomin is a botulinum toxin-type injectable cosmetic treatment that can help relax the facial muscles that cause lines and wrinkles.

Areas most treated with Xeomin injections include severe frown lines, crow’s feet, lip border, forehead lines, eyebrows, corners of the mouth, and more.

How do Xeomin treatments Work?

Xeomin is injected directly into the facial muscles that are causing lines and wrinkles. Once in the muscles, Xeomin works to block nerve impulses, allowing the contracted muscles that cause wrinkles to relax.

What can I expect from the Xeomin injectable treatments?

A fine needle is gently inserted and injects the botulinum toxin product into the muscle(s) causing lines and wrinkles. Depending on how many areas are being treated, the procedure takes as little as 15 minutes to complete and injections can be repeated every 3 to 4 months, if necessary. Patients rarely experience mild pain that lasts for a few hours following the injection.

How long does recovery from Xeomin take?

After the xeomin treatment, most doctors recommend patients avoid strenuous exercise or heavy lifting for 24 hours following treatment. You should also keep from touching your face for the first 4 hours; no massages, facials, or makeup application for a full day after your injection.

How long does Xeomin last?

How long Xeomin treatments last depends on many factors, including how many areas are treated. In general, results can last from 3 to 4 months before a second treatment is necessary.

How often should I get Xeomin touch-ups?

Similar to other botulinum toxin products, Xeomin treatments can be repeated every 3 to 4 months, which is around the time that effects begin to wear off.

Is Xeomin better than Botox?

While Xeomin and Botox are both botulinum toxin products commonly used to treat frown lines, the main difference is the botulinum toxin type; Xoemin uses a “naked” botulinum toxin that does not contain any accessory proteins in the active ingredient.

While both treatments have been shown to be effective to treat wrinkles, studies suggest that because it functions without protein additives–which can increase the likelihood of antibody resistance to treatment– Xeomin can work faster and last longer in some patients as there are no antibodies to break down the toxin faster.

Who is a good candidate for Xeomin?

Anyone interested in reducing the appearance of lines and wrinkles may be a fantastic candidate for this botulinum toxin treatment. Patients who have already built up a tolerance to the botulinum toxin used in Botox are also frequently advised to switch to Xeomin.

Who is not a good candidate for Xeomin?

Patients who are pregnant, breastfeeding, or have an active skin infection in the area where Xeomin is administered should not receive this treatment. Also, patients with a neuromuscular condition such as ALS may be at risk for adverse side effects from botulinum toxin injections. Any patient that has suffered severe allergic reactions, such as trouble swallowing from any other botulinum toxin product, should not get Xeomin.

Discuss with your doctor to find out if you’re eligible for Xeomin.

What are the side effects of Xeomin?

Side effects of Xeomin can vary in presence and severity among patients depending on where they received treatment and what they are treating. Common side effects of Xeomin include but are not limited to:

  • Pain, swelling, or redness at the injection site
  • Bruising
  • Neck pain
  • Muscle weakness
  • Headaches
  • Light fatigue
  • Nausea

Other uses of Xeomin

Aside from treating frown lines and other facial wrinkles, Xeomin is often used for treating muscle spasm conditions as well as excessive drooling or sweating.

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