Or should it be called the new Botox? This new contender promises to do the same as Botox and little sister Dysport in terms of relaxing the muscles that make crow’s feet, those lines between your brows and the ones on your forehead going horizontal.
The advantage for physicians who inject is the product is shelf stable. And just to reiterate-and protect me from backlash-but in the least see a physician for injections. Preferably ophthalmology, oculoplastics or plastics. These physicians are trained specifically to address how facial muscles are affected by these products. Other applications like pain relief for dental work, is another story. But seriously, if you’re having someone do things to your face, isn’t it worth it to have an expert do it?
For those interested, here’s a special offer from Dr. Melanie Tantisira. She does my Dysport injections-as an ophthalmologist and a very experienced injector-she uses teeny tiny needles, and changes them out so the patient has the best experience and as little pain as possible. She’s the best of the physicians I have used-no pain at all.
To an unlined day!