What is Xeomin?
Xeomin is a form of botulism toxin that is used to block muscle movement in areas that contribute to wrinkles. It is used in the forehead, typically between the brows to soften frown lines. Unlike filler, Xeomin only impacts muscle movement, and has no effect on filling deep wrinkles that have already formed. The same ingredients in Botox and Dysport are used, though Xeomin is somewhat of a purer form of the toxin.
What areas can be treated by Xeomin?
Xeomin is used to treat dynamic facial wrinkles. Areas most commonly treated by Xeomin include crow's feet (lines around the eyes), worry lines between the eyebrows, and the lines across the forehead.
How Long does Xeomin Last?
Just like Botox and Dysport, Xeomin typically lasts anywhere from 3 to 4 months, but many users claim it starts to take effect much quicker than the alternatives, which take anywhere from a day to 10 days to kick in.