Even though you wear sunglasses, those long days spent by the pool reading and squinting in the sun have led to what used to be small lines in between your brows, to deepened wrinkles. You stare into the mirror and realize that you give off an angry, confused look that makes you feel older beyond your years. Before your winter getaway, you’ve decided it’s time to visit Beverly Hills for a little touch up. Recently, celebrity Olivia Colman 41, tells Time Magazine that she loves Botox, your girlfriends rave about it too. Botox works great in certain areas for you, but now you’re interested in combining the latest product to your aesthetic routine that specifically addresses your furrowed brow lines. Xeomin.
As we age, we are constantly moving our muscles, smiling, frowning or laughing. Skin is also damaged by the sun, causing loss of collagen production and diminished elasticity. The muscles deterioration over time lead deep forehead wrinkles to appear, individuals see themselves as looking older or frustrated. These lines known as number “11” lines are referred to as Glabellar Lines. People try everything from special facial pads that stretch wrinkles out while they sleep, face yoga, or simply rubbing ice and massaging oils on the unwanted lines. Patients who seek out more instant results now have more options similar to Botox injections, called Xeomin. This injectable is making waves in the medical and aesthetic industry. Like Botox, “Xeomin contains botulinum toxin A, a protein purified from the bacterium Clostridium botulinum” (www.xeomin.com). “Xeomin is a prescription medications that block the release of chemicals that cause these muscle contractions. So frown lines are softened” (www.xeominaesthetic.com). Now you can turn your frowns upside down.
Book a consult with our concierge at Leif Rogers, MD, FACS for your Xeomin treatment. Whether you are located on the east or west side of Los Angeles, there are two destinations to accommodate your needs. Leif Rogers, MD, FACS is located in Beverly Hills and Pasadena California. House calls can be arranged depending on your specific treatment. During your Xeomin injections, cold ice packs or topical numbing cream can be applied to ease any discomfort. There is little to no pain and anesthesia is not needed. The treatment is quick and will only take around 10-20 minutes allowing you to continue on with your daily routine. Xeomin clinical trials explain that effects will show within 3-4 days or within the first week. The injection can last up to 3 months or longer depending on each individual. “The maximum effect occurred at 30 days” (xeominaesthic.com). A highly skilled practitioner will evaluate your specific problem areas and may combine other noninvasive treatment plans in addition to Xeomin to reach your desired outcome.
Let Leif Rogers, MD, FACS answer any of your questions about Xeomin. Call our concierge for more information and to book your free consultation.
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