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Botox | Xeomin
The Secret to a More Youthful, Confident You

Are you looking for a way to turn back the hands of time and look your best? Botox and Xeomin are two of the most popular non-surgical cosmetic treatments available, and for good reason. They are both safe, effective, and minimally invasive, and they can help you achieve a wide range of aesthetic goals.

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Botox / Xeomin

What is Botox and Xeomin?
Botox and Xeomin are both neuromodulators, which means that they work by temporarily relaxing muscles. When injected into specific areas of the face, they can help to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.
What's the difference between Botox and Xeomin?
The main difference between Botox and Xeomin is that Botox contains accessory proteins, while Xeomin does not. Some experts believe that the accessory proteins in Botox may increase the risk of developing antibodies to the treatment, which can make it less effective over time. Xeomin is also thought to be more purified than Botox, which may reduce the risk of side effects.
Benefits of Botox and Xeomin
Botox and Xeomin offer a number of benefits, including:
  • Reduced appearance of wrinkles and fine lines
  • Softened crow's feet and forehead wrinkles
  • Lifted and smoothed brow line
  • Reduced appearance of neck bands
  • Treatment of excessive sweating
  • Improved appearance of the jawline
  • Reduced gummy smile
  • Increased confidence and self-esteem
Who is a good candidate for Botox and Xeomin?
Botox and Xeomin are generally safe for most people over the age of 18. However, they are not right for everyone. Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding should not receive these treatments. People with certain medical conditions, such as myasthenia gravis or neuromuscular disorders, should also avoid these treatments.
Book a free consultation
If you are considering Botox or Xeomin, be sure to talk Dr. Argentina Cunha to see if you are a good candidate and to discuss the risks and benefits of these treatments.
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