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Wrinkle Relaxers

Lose the Lines, Not the Character.

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Botox '11's'
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Wrinkle Relaxers 

Wrinkle relaxers, also generically called Botox, neuromodulators and neurotoxins, all have the same active distillation. In Austin, you have lots of options for where to get Botox. We offer Xeomin, Dysport and Jeuveau. All of them contain the same active ingredient, the difference is in the carrier proteins and preservatives. Only Xeomin is 100% pure and preservative free. This is significant because antibody resistance (the body deciding a product with additives will no longer work) cannot occur with purity.  Many people who have used Botox for year, will claim that it is 'no longer working' or 'it doesn't last very long'. This is because of antibody resistance!  If you're new to neuromodulator 'wrinkle relaxers', or if you've been using one of the others for some time, we recommend you switch to Xeomin.

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So many reasons we prefer this neurotoxin over all others. If you understand the science, you will also never settle for anything less. Happy to discuss! Reach out here.

Where can these products be used?

In many places. We can treat not just the '11's', but forehead wrinkles, frown lines, 'orange peel' chin, outer eyebrows to life them, crow's feet, jaw muscles to thin the lower part of the face and platysmus (neck lines caused by certain expressions). We can diminish the gummy smiles, bunny lines when the nose crinkles from smiling, chin dimpling and more.

Look at the dramatic improvement in this woman from top to bottom.

Before and after Botox

Selection as well as injection — is an art.
We incorporate both.

All are approved by the FDA as safe and effective wrinkle relaxing formulations that can soften the appearance of  lines and wrinkles. But we are interested in your goals as well. A recent literature review showed that botulinum toxin injections to the Masseter muscle “showed improvement in quality-of-life measures, such as a decrease in pain and symptoms of grinding and jaw clenching.”

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