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Neuromodulators also commonly referred to as ‘Wrinkle Relaxers’

Wrinkle Relaxers



Neuromodulators also commonly referred to as ‘Wrinkle Relaxers’ are a form of facial injectables used to treat wrinkles, fine lines, facial sculpting, and more! Wrinkle Relaxers – Botox, Dysport, Xeomin, Jeuveau – are expertly injected directly under the muscle causing it to relax and smooth overlying skin.


What’s the difference between BOTOX® and ‘Wrinkle Relaxers’?

BOTOX® came onto the market in 1989 and saw its popularization in the 90s and early 2000s. Most people hear the word ‘Botox’ and instantly picture an over-tightened and expressionless face. While also associating the term as the end all be all of cosmetic treatments and Wrinkle Relaxers.

BOTOX® Cosmetic is the first of its kind but the world of Wrinkle Relaxers has expanded into a variety of new products like Dysport, Xeomin, and Jeuveau. These products are all classified as neuromodulators and produce the same muscle relaxing effect as their flagship counterpart BOTOX®.

How long do Wrinkle Relaxers last?

Wrinkle Relaxers can last up to 3-4 months on average. It is recommended that treated areas are retreated at least 2-4 times a year to maintain optimal results.

What areas can you treat with Wrinkle Relaxers?

  • Forehead creases
  • Creases between the brows (11 Lines)
  • Crows Feet
  • Marionette Lines (Corners of the mouth)
  • Smoker’s Lines (Creases around the border of the mouth)
  • Brows
  • Neckbands
  • Under Arms (Excessive Sweating)
  • Massater (Teeth Grinding)
  • And More