Reduce the Appearance of Wrinkles with Botox or Dysport Injections

What Causes Wrinkles?

Dynamic wrinkles are caused by repeated muscle movements and develop over time with your natural aging process. Wrinkles can be either static or dynamic. Static is formed when the tissues are constantly relaxed, and frequent muscle movements cause dynamic.

When targeted to a specific area, neuromodulators will block the nerve stimulation to its muscles. This will result in muscle release and an eventually dramatic improvement on frown lines formed between the eyebrows, crow’s feet at the eyes corner, forehead lines, and lines around your lips. Carefully placed injections using BOTOX or Dysport temporarily paralyze the muscles responsible for these wrinkles, allowing the skin to smooth and soften for a rejuvenated appearance.

Cosmetic injections are a non-surgical procedure; technical skill and training are very important when choosing your injector.

What is the difference between Botox & Dysport?

There is very little difference between Botox and Dysport; both are neurotoxins used to reduce the appearance of wrinkles.

Botox & Dysport work by relaxing the muscles and preventing those muscles from contracting, so they don’t react when you smile, laugh or frown. The result keeps wrinkles from forming.

There are subtle differences between Botox & Dysport. Perhaps the most significant difference you’ll notice between Botox and Dysport is the number of units required for your treatment. Dysport is more diluted than Botox, which means you’ll receive more dosage units if you use Dysport. It is roughly three units of 1 unit of Botox.

Some patients also state that Dysport may set in faster than Botox.

Your health, peace, and wellbeing are our top priority at Tulum Wellness, and we want you to feel confident in every treatment you receive. Our team is always ready to answer if you have additional questions regarding Dysport treatment or any of our MedSpa services.

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