Naked Botox: What is Xeomin?
Botox is by far one of the most popular aesthetic enhancement methods around today, offering patents, both men and women, the high level wrinkles reduction treatment they need with little downtime, side effects, or recovery period required. What used to be a secret and a source of shame for most, is something that men and women are way more willing to discuss openly these days, using Botox injections to combat dynamic wrinkles and expression lines along the surface of the face. Botox has become so common amongst individuals across New York City, as a brand name, it has surpassed all its competitors, and any of the alternative options out there. But, according to the team at Aesthetic Solutions, the best medspa Queens has to offer, there are a number of different alternatives to Botox that you should familiarize yourself with. Many patients, who are educated in the aesthetics world have probably heard about Dysport injections, probably the second most prominent and popular of the neurotoxin injectables around today, that offers many benefits that are quite similar to those of Botox. However, there is another option in addition to Botox and Dysport injections known as Xeomin. Xeomin injections are often referred to as the Naked Botox, and will often fly well under the radar of what most individuals know for being a treatment for unwanted wrinkles and fine lines. In this article, we will be going over Xeomin, a highly effective neurotoxin treatment that many patients simply don’t know exists and can offer patients a litany of amazing benefits.
What is Xeomin?
Similarly to Botox and Dysport, Xeomin injections use a botulinum toxin type A, that is designed for the treatment of unwanted wrinkles and fine, expression lines along the eyebrow area and frown line region. Botox injections and Xeomin injections actually work using almost the same exact mechanism of action, to help patients to alleviate unwanted wrinkles and fine expression lines. Xeomin injections, like Botox and Dysport injections work by blocking the signals from nerves to muscles, causing the muscles to relax and wrinkles to smooth out. However, there is a pretty big difference that makes some patients a better candidate for Xeomin injections over Botox injections. The main different between the two neurotoxin injectables is that Botox has an accompanying, inactive protein, while Xeomin does not have additives. Xeomin is a purified form of the neurotoxin. According to the team at Aesthetic Solutions, the best medical spa Queens has to offer, it’s manufactured in such a way that it removes accessory proteins from the active ingredient.
Benefits of Xeomin
Like Botox, Xeomin injections offer patients a wide variety of different skincare benefits. Some of the most common benefits of Xeomin include:
Smoothing the appearance of unwanted wrinkles along the eyebrows, eye area, forehead, and around the mouth
Blocking signals of the nerves sent to the muscles, causing the muscles to relax and prevent further wrinkling.
Far shorter recovery time, and much more noticeable results – sometimes as soon as two weeks.
Far less likely to cause issues such as allergic reactions and other issues, as a result of a more cleaner compound with less fillers or additives.
Botox, Dysport and Xeomin
The fact is that there really isn’t a huge difference between these injectables, as they all use the same botulinum toxin-A. However the slight variation in Xeomin and the cleaner solution, makes it a better option for certain patients. The fact is that Botox will remain to the be the most popular and most prevalently used option, but depending on the specific patient, and their needs, and what they might need to accomplish in their aesthetic routine, one option might be better than the other. Its always best to consult with a physician or expert, such as the team at Aesthetic Solutions, the best medical spa Queens has to offer. For more information on Xeomin, Botox or Dysport, be sure to contact them today.