Neuromodulators- Botox, Xeomin, Dysport

Our neuromodulator treatment is your secret to youthful radiance and renewed self-confidence. With the expertise of our skilled practitioners, you can trust that your experience here is safe and tailored to your unique needs. Using neuromodulators aren't just about reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles; it's about embracing a vibrant, natural look that reflects your inner vitality. Whether you're a experienced client or it's your first time, our team is here to provide a comfortable, personalized experience that leaves you looking and feeling your absolute best. 

Botox vs. Xeomin vs. Dysport

The primary distinctions among Botox, Xeomin, and Dysport primarily revolve around their protein content, dispersion characteristics post-injection, and the onset of results.

Botox and Dysport contain complexing proteins surrounding the toxin, whereas Xeomin lacks these additional proteins. This absence reduces the likelihood of allergic reactions or the development of neutralizing antibodies compared to Botox and Dysport. The additive proteins in Botox and Dysport are designed to enhance the longevity of the toxin's effects. Notably, individuals with specific allergies to egg or lactose proteins should avoid Dysport due to the presence of these allergens within the neurotoxin.

Regarding dispersion under the skin, Xeomin exhibits the least spread, approximately equivalent to the size of a dime, while Botox spreads to about the size of a penny, and Dysport spreads the most, covering an area approximately the size of a quarter. Greater dispersion necessitates more units of the toxin in the treated area to achieve desired results.

Other factors influencing the choice between Botox, Xeomin, and Dysport may include:

  - Previous treatment experience: Some patients may have had success with one product and prefer to stick with it.
   - Cost considerations: Dysport may be a more cost-effective option for some patients.
   - Personal preference: Some individuals may have preferences based on factors such as formulation, perceived efficacy, or brand loyalty.
   - Injector recommendation: The injector's expertise and familiarity with a particular product may influence their recommendation to the patient.

Ultimately, the choice between Botox, Xeomin, and Dysport can be made in your consultation with our nurse practitioner who can assess individual needs and preferences to determine the most suitable option.


Most patients experience noticeable results within 24 to 72 hours post-injection, however it may take 1-2 weeks for it to completely take effect. These results typically last for 3 to 5 months, providing enduring anti-aging benefits. However, individual outcomes may differ, as is common with any cosmetic procedure.

Moreover, aside from addressing fine lines and wrinkles, recent research highlights neuromodulators' efficacy in averting the formation of expression lines when individuals opt for preventive treatments in their 20s.

nurse practitioner injecting Botox into a client's face