Xeomin is an injectable botulinum toxin used to smooth moderate to severe lines and wrinkles in the face. This non-invasive treatment is administered in small amounts, where it helps to relax the facial muscles responsible for brow furrows, smile lines and other deep-set wrinkles. Many people in Columbus request Xeomin injections because they wish to regain a youthful appearance and soften facial contours that may have been altered due to the aging process, too much UV exposure or lifestyle factors like smoking. Xeomin is often referred to as the “naked” botulinum toxin because it lacks additives. In fact, it is this lack of additives that reduces the likelihood of the body rejecting treatments and developing an adverse reaction.
that Xeomin has been proven effective for the treatment of glabellar lines by two different double-blind clinical trials? More than 540 random patients were evaluated at several different treatment centers. One group was given a placebo and the other Xeomin. After 30 days, the control group showed zero improvement as opposed to a 60 percent and 48 percent aesthetic improvement in those who received 20 units of Xeomin.
You may be a candidate for Xeomin treatments if you wish to rejuvenate the appearance of your skin using non-invasive techniques. Generally, patients must be adults under age 65 without certain pre-existing conditions, such as pregnancy.
Xeomin treatments are very simple and fast, usually requiring only 10 minutes to administer. Because the treatments given from the convenience of a medi-spa office, you may opt to come in for treatment during a lunch break or after work. It is normal to experience some redness or swelling at the injection site, though it usually subsides within an hour.
It takes approximately a week to 10 days before you experience the full results of your Xeomin treatment. Results vary from person to person. Most people enjoy the benefits of Columbus Xeomin treatments for 3 to 4 months, though results may last for up to 6 months or more. Schedule an appointment with our office to find out more about Xeomin injections and how often you may need them.