JEUVEAU® Temporarily reduces moderate to severe wrinkles between the brows by stopping your neurons from instructing your facial muscles to flex.
Adults who have moderate to severe frown lines between the brows may utilize the prescription drug Jeuveau® for a brief period of time (temporary) to reduce their appearance (glabellar lines).
Jeuveau’s effects may last for five to six months. Again, this contrasts with alternative neuromodulators, which can only provide effects that endure for a maximum of three to four months. The longevity of the treatment results, like with any anti-aging procedure, varies from person to person.
Botulinum toxin type A injection called Jeuveau is used to cure wrinkles. Because it is a new version of the same active component used in the original Botox Cosmetic injections, it is sometimes referred to as the new Botox or simply “Newtox.”
Jeuveau and Botox are somewhat similar, yet there are distinctive qualities that set this injection apart from other botulinum toxin injections.
Compared to Botox, Jeuveau works better on some types of face wrinkles and costs a little less.
When selecting the ideal wrinkle treatment, including injectables, there are numerous factors to take into account.
The active component in Jeuveau and Botox is botulinum toxin type A. This neurotoxin acts by calming the muscles just below the skin. These kinds of injections give the skin a smoother appearance when used as a wrinkle treatment.
In 2002, Botox received its initial cosmetic approval. It is used to cure crow’s feet, horizontal forehead lines, and glabellar lines (wrinkles between your eyebrows) (wrinkles at the corners of your eyes).
Other botulinum toxin A products, such Jeuveau, have been produced since it first hit the market.
Because Jeuveau has been available for less time, the FDA has only currently approved it for the treatment of glabellar lines.
Although the active component in both injections is the same, the particular formulations differ significantly. It may take some trial and error to choose between Jeuveau and Botox. Some people react to one more favorably than the other.
If you’re new to botulinum toxin injections and need a more affordable starting point, Jeuveau might be a better choice.
Additionally, if you want to treat glabellar lines, it’s your best choice. These wrinkles and other forms of face lines are treated using Botox.
The capacity of Jeuveau to cure frown lines is likely its best-known use (glabellar lines).
According to two distinct studies cited by the FDATrusted Source, 67 percent and 71 percent of patients had significant improvements as a result of these injections. This contrasts with the placebo groups’ reported improvement of 1%.
You might think about discussing alternative treatments if you’re trying to get rid of creases around your lips or eyes that aren’t as severe. These can include the original Botox or other hyaluronic acid-based injectables.
Ask for JEUVEAU® Cosmetic by name.
You’re aware of those annoying little furrows between your brows that just won’t go away? Jeuveau® is an injectable treatment that acts to temporarily enhance the appearance of moderate to severe frown lines in adults. They are known as glabellar lines, or “frown lines.”
Jeuveau® temporarily stops your nerves from directing your facial muscles to flex after being injected. The outcome? Jeuveau® has been demonstrated in clinical studies to temporarily lessen the appearance of moderate to severe frown lines.
Jeuveau® has been demonstrated in clinical studies to temporarily lessen the appearance of moderate to severe frown lines. In US studies, at Day 30, 68% and 70% of Jeuveau® patients, respectively, had physician and patient ratings of an improvement in frown lines of at least two grades. That’s not all, though. In a study done in Europe and Canada, 54% of patients saw improvements as soon as two days after treatment*, and 38% of patients saw results with Jeuveau® five months later.
* Based on physician assessment, 54% of patients showed a >1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 2, compared to 12% for placebo (secondary endpoint).
If this is your first time receiving treatment, it’s normal to feel a bit anxious. The injection may be accompanied by localized discomfort, infection, inflammation, soreness, edema, erythema, and/or bleeding or bruising.
**Results may vary. We are reputable for complete customer satisfaction for completed treatments. Before and after images reflect real results from real patients, althought individual results may vary. No treatment is promised to provide permanent results. A guarantee is neither provided nor implied. Statements estimating treatment duration and the number of treatments required are based on the typical experience or our patients, however individual experiences may vary.