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・An FDA-approved Frown Line Treatment

・Fight wrinkles with XEOMIN®︎

What is XEOMIN®︎?

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XEOMIN® (incobotulinumtoxinA) is a prescription medication injected into muscles and used to temporarily improve the appearance of moderate to severe frown lines between the eyebrows (glabellar lines) in adults. XEOMIN® contains botulinum toxin type A, a protein purified from the bacterium Clostridium botulinum.


Xeomin®︎is the next generation wrinkle treatment. It is the ONLY purified wrinkle treatment available today and is free from coplexing proteins.

Complexing proteins are formed during the fermentation process of every botulinum toxin( BOTOX®︎, Dysport®︎, and Xeomin®︎). They are surplus and have no therapeutic benefits, they can in some cases lead to antibody formation and secondary treatment failure.



Xeomin®︎ acts on the nerve endings in muscle tissue to reduce the ability of the muscle to contract, hence improving the look of frown lines between the eyebrows. 

How does it work?

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Before & After

*Individual results may vary.

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Frequently asked questions 

1.Is Xeomin®︎ safe?

All medicines have risks and benefits.

Together with you, a trained healthcare professional will weight up the risks of you using this medicine against benefits you expect it will have for you.

2.What is the treatment procedure like?

As it is an injection, it is a non-surgical procedure, that usually requires little recovery time.

3.How soon can I see result? 

The onset of improvement varies between individuals.

The treatment effect can aper as early as a few days or may take about 2 weeks.

4.How ling does the effect of treatment last?

Individual results vary but in general may last about 3 to 4 month.

5.Is there anything I will need to be aware of while I am on a course of this medecine?

You will need to tell your doctors, dentists and pharmacists that you are using a cosmetic medicine.

you will also need to be aware of any side effects that you may be associated with the medicine, and what to do if you experience them.

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