When we make facial expressions, the muscle beneath the skin contracts over time, resulting in frown lines. These repeated expressions generate persistent frown lines as your skin ages. Neurotoxins, such as Xeomin, are prescription drugs that lessen frown lines by blocking the release of substances that trigger muscle contractions.
Xeomin is a botulinum toxin type A, like Botox and Dysport treatment, also available in Boynton Beach. Xeomin is approved to treat wrinkles like the 11 lines between the brows and frown lines. Botox and Xeomin both operate by inhibiting nerve signals to muscles, causing muscles to relax and wrinkles to smooth out. "The fundamental difference between the medications is that Botox comes with an inactive protein, whereas Xeomin doesn't," Rowe explains. Xeomin is a refined version of neurotoxic, with accessory proteins removed from the active ingredient during the manufacturing process.
How it Works
Wrinkles are the result of a complicated combination of internal and external influences. Environmental exposure, genetic composition, and food are examples of these. However, the constant contraction of facial muscles is one cause of wrinkles and fine lines that is left ignored in many aesthetic procedures.
Every person produces innumerable facial movements throughout a single day when they talk, smile, frown, yawn, or laugh. While these motions are a normal and natural part of life, they inevitably lead to wrinkles and fine lines in the face areas that are moved the most.