Neuromodulator treatments, AKA anti-wrinkle treatments, are one of the most popular treatments in the medical spa industry. With “Botox” being such a recognizable word, do you actually know what Botox is and what it actually does? To learn more about neuromodulator treatments, keep reading!
Botox is just a brand name. “Botox” is a word commonly thrown around and frequently used in the wrong context. Simply put, Botox is just a brand name for one of many neuromodulator products. Other popular neuromodulator products include Dysport and Xeomin and they all yield the same results.
Results last 3-4 months. On average, the results from your neuromodulator treatment last between 3-4 months, sometimes even longer! It varies per patient due to factors such as your metabolism, how frequently you exercise and more. Over time, our bodies can build a natural tolerance if you keep receiving the same neuromodulator product. If you notice your results are lasting shorter and shorter, we suggest switching to a new neuromodulator product!
Results can be seen in about 10 days. Unlike filler treatments where your results are immediate, it takes approximately ten days for you to begin to see your neuromodulator results. Neuromodulator treatments need time to set in, so most patients begin to see their treatment set in between days seven through ten. If you’re wanting to get neuromodulator prior to an important event, be sure to take this time into consideration!
Treatments take less than 20 minutes. Neuromodulator treatments are completed within a 30-minute appointment at Deux Rosé Beauty Refinery. Unlike other procedures that can take hours, this treatment is both quick and relatively painless! If you’re a busy person, this is the treatment for you.
Neuromodulator can treat migraines and excessive sweating. In addition to treating wrinkles, neuromodulator also treats a variety of other concerns such as migraines, hyperhidrosis, “orange peel” chin and more! Neuromodulator products temporarily paralyze the muscles where applied, so it’s important to stay on top of your treatment schedule. If you’re considering neuromodulator for one of these areas of concern, schedule a consultation with us!
Neuromodulator treatments come with a plethora of benefits and can treat a variety of concerns. If you’re considering booking a neuromodulator treatment, give our office a call and let our knowledgable team answer any and all questions you might have! If you’re ready to book your appointment, you can call 702-683-2831 or click here to book online.