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Xeomin is a popular neuromodulator, i.e., an injection that paralyzes or relaxes certain facial muscles to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, such as frown lines and forehead lines. If you want to achieve smoother and younger skin, contact Engineered Aesthetics to discuss your Xeomin treatment options.

What are the benefits of Xeomin?

  • Nonsurgical treatment
  • Prevents wrinkles
  • Reduces dynamic wrinkles and fine lines
  • Results appear in 3 to 4 days
  • Minimal side effects, such as swelling and redness
  • Short treatment time or 10 to 20 minutes
  • No downtime
  • Younger and smoother skin
  • Improved confidence

 What is Xeomin?

Xeomin is composed of a neurotoxin that prevents communications between nerve endings and targeted facial muscles. It prevents your nerves from releasing acetylcholine, a chemical that induces facial muscle contractions, leading to fine lines and wrinkles.

 Thus, by restricting communication between the nerve endings and the facial muscles, Xeomin temporarily smooths your facial skin, reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. However, it’s worth noting that Xeomin, like all neuromodulators, only treats dynamic wrinkles, i.e., wrinkles caused by muscle contractions, such as the frown lines, crow’s feet, and forehead lines.

What does Xeomin treat?

  • Moderate to severe glabellar lines or “frown lines” between the eyebrows.
  • Moderate to severe crow’s feet or laugh lines around the eyes.
  • Moderate to severe horizontal lines on the forehead.
  • Muscle spasms, muscle stiffness, excessive sweating, chronic drooling, and other medical problems.
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What happens during the Xeomin procedure?

Our expert injectors discuss your aesthetic goals and examine your medical history to determine if you’re a suitable candidate. If you’re a suitable candidate, the doctor examines your facial anatomy to mark the injection spots around your face.

 Xeomin is a delicate procedure, and our injectors deliver accurate doses in strategically-targeted locations. After creating a treatment map based on your cosmetic goals, we administer highly-calibrated Xeomin doses into the targeted sites. Depending on the number of injections necessary, the procedure should conclude within 15 to 20 minutes.

What are the Xeomin results like?

You should start seeing the treatment results in five to seven days, and these results should last three to four months, depending on how fast your body metabolizes the neurotoxin. Xeomin, like all neuromodulators, is a temporary cosmetic treatment, so you’ll need regular injections to maintain the results. You can resume most of your daily activities immediately, without any downtime. You may notice mild bruising, swelling, and redness around the injection sites, but these side effects gradually dissipate in a few days.

What are the risks of Xeomin?

Xeomin is a widely used wrinkle reducer and is generally considered safe, but a small number of patients report some of the following adverse side effects: eye dryness, headaches, fatigue, swollen eyelid, bruising, swelling, pain, and redness around the injection sites. These risks are rare and tend to mitigate rapidly when they do present, however, patients, particularly first-time patients, should be aware of them.

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Why choose Engineered Aesthetics for Xeomin?

At Engineered Aesthetics, our aestheticians carefully and patiently examine your facial anatomy and discuss your beauty goals to curate the ideal treatment plan. Our goal is to ensure you achieve natural-looking results — no frozen expressions, wind-blown appearance, droopy eyelids, or other signs of cosmetic manipulation. If you want to smoothen your facial skin, contact Engineered Aesthetics to discuss your Xeomin treatment options today.

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