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Wrinkle Relaxers

Wrinkles can be a frustratingly visible sign of aging, but numerous treatments are available. Two popular options are wrinkle relaxers Dysport and Jeuveau. Dysport uses a modified version of botulinum toxin to relax the muscles that cause frown lines, while Jeuveau targets these same muscles with a slightly different, more purified toxin.

Book your appointment with us today if you’re looking for an effective way to soften wrinkles.

Are Wrinkle Relaxers Right For You?

Dysport and Jeuveau are injectable wrinkle relaxers that can help improve the appearance of facial lines and creases. Good candidates for them would ideally have the following:



Fine lines
& wrinkles

Pricing and Details

Pricing and Details

Wrinkle Relaxers

A customized neurotoxin treatment to relax wrinkles and improve skin integrity. We use it to treat forehead lines, crow’s feet, nose (bunny) lines, dimpled chin, lip flip, and other areas.

How Often Should
You Get Wrinkle Relaxers?

When it comes to Dysport and Jeuveau injections, the frequency of treatments varies from person to person. However, most patients require touch-up appointments every three to four months.


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Schedule a consultation today if you’re interested in learning more about Wrinkle Relaxers or other aesthetic treatments.


Wrinkle relaxers are an injection used to reduce facial wrinkles and fine lines. The injections contain a purified form of botulinum toxin produced by the bacterium Clostridium botulinum. It blocks nerve signals in the muscles, causing them to relax and soften. This reduces frown lines.

Wrinkle relaxers can be used to treat various areas of the face where wrinkles and fine lines are commonly found. Wrinkle relaxers are commonly used to treat forehead lines, frown lines, and crow’s feet. Forehead lines are horizontal lines on the forehead that appear when you raise your eyebrows. Frown lines, or “11” lines, are vertical lines between the eyebrows.

Yes, wrinkle relaxers are generally considered safe when administered by a qualified healthcare professional or cosmetic specialist. The most commonly used wrinkle relaxer, Botox, has been approved by the FDA for various uses for over two decades. However, as with any medical treatment, potential risks and side effects should be fully discussed and understood prior to treatment. It is important to seek treatment from a reputable and experienced practitioner.

The longest-lasting wrinkle relaxer currently available is a botulinum toxin type A brand called “Dysport.” This wrinkle relaxer has been shown in clinical studies to last up to 5 months on average. Dysport is approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for treating glabellar lines (frown lines between the eyebrows) and provides results that may last slightly longer than other wrinkle relaxers

Common side effects may include bruising, swelling, and redness at the injection site. Other less common but more serious side effects can include drooping eyelids and eyebrows, difficulty swallowing or breathing, and muscle weakness.

As we age, our skin naturally loses collagen and elastin – two proteins that help to keep our skin looking firm and smooth. However, one external factor that can accelerate the development of wrinkles is sun exposure. Ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun can damage collagen and elastin fibers, causing them to break down more quickly. This can lead to fine lines, wrinkles, and sagging skin.

There are various oral supplements marketed as wrinkle pills or anti-aging supplements. These supplements often contain ingredients such as vitamins C and E, collagen, and hyaluronic acid – all of which have been shown to improve the appearance and health of the skin. However, it’s important to note that the effectiveness and scientific evidence supporting the claims of these products can vary.

Botox offers quick and targeted results in reducing wrinkles and fine lines, while wrinkle pills or supplements may require consistent long-term use. Botox is a non-invasive procedure with temporary effects, while pills or supplements focus on overall skin health. It’s always advisable to consult with a healthcare professional before starting any new supplement regimen.