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Jeuveau Neurotoxins


Jeaveau is a type of botulinum toxin that is used for cosmetic purposes. It is similar to Botox and other neurotoxins, but is formulated differently and may have some differences in efficacy and onset of action.

What conditions are Jeaveau neurotoxins recommended for?

Jeaveau neurotoxins are typically recommended for patients who are looking to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines on the face. It can be used to treat a variety of areas, including the forehead, frown lines, and crow’s feet.

What are the treatment areas for Jeaveau neurotoxins?

Jeaveau neurotoxins can be used to treat a variety of areas on the face, including:

  • Forehead lines – horizontal lines that appear on the forehead when you raise your eyebrows.
  • Frown lines – vertical lines that appear between the eyebrows when you frown.
  • Crow’s feet – lines that appear at the outer corners of the eyes when you smile or squint.
  • Bunny lines – lines that appear on the nose when you scrunch it.
  • Gummy smile – excessive gum show when smiling.
  • Lip flip – a subtle enhancement to the upper lip by turning it slightly outward.

How long do Jeaveau neurotoxins last?

Jeaveau neurotoxins typically last between three to six months, depending on the individual patient and the specific areas treated. Repeat treatments are generally required to maintain the desired effect.

Will it hurt?

Jeaveau neurotoxin injections may cause mild discomfort or pain during the injection process, although this is generally well-tolerated. In some cases, your doctor may use a topical anesthetic or ice pack to help reduce discomfort during the procedure.

Are Jeaveau neurotoxins safe?

When administered by a qualified medical professional, Jeaveau neurotoxins are generally considered safe and effective. However, like any medical procedure, there is a small risk of side effects or complications. Your doctor will discuss the potential risks and benefits of the procedure with you before proceeding.

Avoid if Jeaveau neurotoxins treatment:

Jeaveau neurotoxin treatment may not be suitable for everyone. Patients who are pregnant or breastfeeding, have a history of allergic reactions to botulinum toxin or other materials, or have certain medical conditions may not be eligible for treatment.

After treatment care:

After Jeaveau neurotoxin treatment, it is important to follow your doctor’s specific instructions on how to care for the treated area. This may include avoiding certain activities, medications, or applying topical creams to help manage any discomfort or swelling. It is also important to attend any follow-up appointments to monitor your progress and ensure the best possible outcome.