Botox

Want to really reduce lines and wrinkles? BOTOX® Cosmetic Injections are a fast, painless and non-surgical solution offering incredible results, with little to no downtime. After a single visit for BOTOX® Cosmetic, your face will look years younger. The JeuneNu offers a wide range BOTOX® Cosmetic injections for the aesthetic needs of their patients. BOTOX® Cosmetic injections are made from botulinum toxin A, a therapeutic muscle-relaxing agent approved by the FDA for several different uses. When injected into the skin, it blocks the signals to the muscles that are responsible for the repetitive facial movements that cause fine lines and wrinkles (like crows feet from squinting). This results in a smoothing effect to the skin, for a younger and more refreshed appearance.​

About | BOTOX® Cosmetic Injections

BOTOX® Cosmetic is used to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles by having a skilled and trained provider inject BOTOX® Cosmetic into specific targeted areas. BOTOX® Cosmetic usually take full effect within 7 to 10 days. The treatment results last 3 to 4 months. BOTOX® cosmetic requires maintenance treatments to sustain the best results. Your JeuneNu provider will help you to determine the best maintenance treatment plan to meet your aesthetic goals. Results may vary for duration and degree of improvement.

Common Treatment Areas

THE MOST COMMON COSMETIC USES FOR BOTOX® COSMETIC INVOLVE TEMPORARY IMPROVEMENT IN GLABELLAR FROWN LINES (LINES BETWEEN THE EYEBROW) AND EXCESSIVE “CROW’S FEET” (LINES/WRINKLES BETWEEN THE EYE AND TEMPLE AREA). BOTOX® COSMETIC MAY ALSO BE USED TO TEMPORARILY IMPROVE EXCESSIVE FOREHEAD LINES/WRINKLES. MORE RECENTLY, BOTOX® COSMETIC HAS BEEN USED TO REDUCE VERTICAL LINES AROUND THE MOUTH/LIPS AND VERTICAL LINES/BANDS IN THE NECK AREA. THE GOAL IS NOT TO COMPLETELY ELIMINATE THESE LINES AND WRINKLES, BUT TO SIGNIFICANTLY REDUCE WEAKENING OF THE INVOLVED MUSCLES. RESULTS VARY FROM PATIENT TO PATIENT.

The Glabella | Frown Lines | The 11’s

BOTOX® Cosmetic JeuneNu providers can easily treat the worst of frown lines with BOTOX® Cosmetic injections. In just one treatment patients can visibly see a drastic difference in the softening OF their wrinkles. The 11’s or frown lines are a result of furrowing your brows ( glabellar and corrugator muscles). The 11’s are one of the most commonly treated areas for botox injections. Patients with deeper 11’s may require multiple treatments before the wrinkles are fully lifted. In some cases, a combination of botox, filler, and skin care should be used for optimal results. To assess the best treatment option for your frown lines, schedule your Aesthetic consultation today.

Crow’s Feet | Squinting Wrinkles

CONTRACTION OF THE MUSCLES AROUND THE EYES, or frequent squinting and smiling (hello life) causes THE DELICATE SKIN TO FOLD AND CREASE, LEAVING US WITH lines and wrinkles.

THE EASIEST WAY TO GET RID OF THESE WRINKLES IS WITH A SIMPLE BOTOX® COSMETIC TREATMENT. WITHIN 3 TO 7 DAYS, YOUR WRINKLES WILL DRASTICALLY FADE. THESE RESULTS WILL typically LAST 3-4 MONTHS. AS YOU CONTINUE TO GET BOTOX® COSMETIC TREATMENTS, THE MUSCLES WILL BECOME WEAKER, REQUIRING less overtime. To schedule your aesthetic consult with a JeuneNu, click here.

Forehead Wrinkles | Lateral Forehead Wrinkles

Forehead wrinkles are most commonly caused by making frequent expressions, such as raising our eye brows as with a surprised expression or being an animated conversationalist. The best way to determine if you need BOTOX® Cosmetic is to stand in front of a mirror and raise your eyebrows. Once you resume a relaxed expression the lines should fade without a trace. if yours do not, then its time to start using BOTOX® Cosmetic. As with other areas, BOTOX® Cosmetic relaxes the frontalis muscles on your forehead which minimizes their movements that lead to wrinkles.

Safety Concerns

As with any medical treatment, there are risks associated with BOTOX® COSMETIC. For more information refer to the Medication Guide or talk with JeuneNu. You are encouraged to report negative side effects of prescription drugs to the FDA. Visit www.fda.gov/medwatch or call 1-800-FDA-1088.