Have you heard of Jeuveau?

We are now offering Jeuveau! Starting May 17-May 31 we are offering Jeuveau for $10/unit (in office only).

The name BOTOX® is synonymous with non-surgical rejuvenation: For many years, BOTOX® was the only injectable treatment for dynamic wrinkles. Most people still automatically turn to this compound when they want to smooth away crow’s feet and frown lines, but today, their options are more varied. Similar injectables, like Dysport®, Xeomin®, and now Jeuveau, allow patients to experiment with multiple neuromodulators.

Though all of these products share the same basic mechanism of action, they have some important differences. Knowing the pros and cons of each product can help you achieve the results you want while working within your budget. What is Jeuveau (AKA “NewTox”)?Jeuveau, like BOTOX®, uses purified botulinum toxin to temporarily relax the small muscle groups that cause dynamic wrinkles.

When these compounds are injected into muscle tissue, they block nerve signals so that the brain can no longer instruct treated muscles to move. Though they work similarly, Jeuveau and BOTOX® are made by different manufacturers and produced in different countries. BOTOX® is made by Allergan and manufactured in Ireland, whereas Jeuveau is made by Evolus and produced in South Korea. Jeuveau also uses a slightly different form of botulinum toxin than BOTOX®: BOTOX® contains onabotulinumtoxinA and Jeuveau contains prabotulinumtoxinA.

According to clinical trials, both compounds share a similar safety profile and are equally effective for treating dynamic wrinkles.

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