BOTOX® Cosmetic & Xeomin®
BOTOX® Cosmetic and Xeomin® is a prescription drug injected into muscles to temporarily reduce the appearance of moderate to severe wrinkles, crow’s feet lines, and frown lines.
BOTOX® Cosmetic and Xeomin®/ Wrinkle Reducers
Refine | Define Aesthetics offers easy BOTOX® Cosmetic and Xeomin® treatments for those who want a more rejuvenated appearance without going under the knife. Without invasive surgery or prolonged recovery time, these products can reduce the appearance of lines and wrinkles on your forehead, eyes, and lips. All of our dermatologists are board-certified experts.
Frequently Asked Questions
What do BOTOX® treat?
- Frown lines between the eyebrows
- “Crow’s feet” around the eyes
- Deep forehead furrows
How long will this last?
- Positive effects can be shown for as long as 4 months, though this will vary from person to person. The smoother, younger appearance you’ve been enjoying can be maintained with carefully planned follow-up treatments. Repeated treatments, according to some research, can extend the duration of the effects. Your doctor will go over your options for continuing therapy with you.
Is BOTOX® Cosmetic safe?
- Wrinkles in the forehead can be treated with BOTOX®, which has been FDA-approved for use for several years. BOTOX® has been shown to be safe when provided by a skilled and knowledgeable dermatologist physician here in Kaufman, yet it is not without potential risks.
How much do BOTOX® cost?
- Our BOTOX® treatment costs vary based on a number of criteria, including as the area(s) being treated, the total number of locations, and the specific requirements of each patient. Creating a personalized treatment plan and discussing cost in detail requires scheduling a cosmetic consultation, which we strongly recommend you do.
Does BOTOX® treatment hurt?
- Different people will see different effects, but typically, frown lines will soften within 3–5 days. In some cases, the lines may disappear entirely in as little as two weeks, but usually it takes a little longer. A person’s body may develop a rare immunity to the BOTOX compound, rendering the treatment ineffective.