Xeomin is a neuromodulator similar to Botox and Dysport. It is FDA-approved for both cosmetic uses and for the treatment of cervical dystonia and blepharospasm. While each neuromodulator is similar, they do have distinctions that make them more appropriate for some uses over others. In the case of Xeomin, it is most often used to treat deep frown lines, or 11s, between the eyebrows.

 About Xeomin

Xeomin has been proven safe and effective in clinical trials for cosmetic uses. It is ideal for smoothing the deep lines between the brows that can develop over time and cause men and women to look angry or upset. When injected by a board-certified, experienced dermatologist, Xeomin works well to smooth lines without making the face look “plastic”. You will still look natural, but your face will appear more youthful!

Xeomin usually takes effect within a week and lasts for around three to six months. Side effects are rare and may include bruising or bleeding at the injection site. Injection by a qualified, board-certified dermatologist will reduce the likelihood of these side effects.

Why Choose Xeomin?

*Disclaimer: Results vary from patient to patient. Results are not guaranteed.

It can be difficult to know which neuromodulator is right for you. A consultation with one of our experienced dermatologists will help you to decide whether Xeomin, Botox, or Dysport is right for you. Differences between these neuromodulators include what type of wrinkles they best treat, the thickness of the product, and where to place the product for the best results.

Among Xeomin’s benefits is its ability to treat deeper lines and wrinkles, and how quickly it takes effect. It can also last for up to six months. Xeomin is a “naked” product, meaning that there are no other ingredients besides the botulinum toxin type A. This reduces the risk of a person developing antibodies to the product. Overall, Xeomin is a great choice for smoothing the frown lines in a safe, efficient

If you have deep lines and wrinkles that you would like to smooth out, Xeomin may be right for you.