What is Jeuveau?
Jeuveau is a relatively new cosmetic injectable the FDA has approved for treating severe glabellar lines, also known as wrinkles between the eyebrows. Jeuveau works by relaxing the muscles that cause wrinkles, thereby reducing their appearance.
The active ingredient in Jeuveau is a purified protein called botulinum toxin type A, which is produced by the bacteria that cause botulism. Evolus manufactured Jeuveau, and the FDA approved it in 2019.
How Does Jeuveau Compare to Botox?
Botox and Jeuveau are both derived from the same toxin, botulinum toxin type A, and they both work by relaxing the wrinkle-causing muscles. However, there are differences between the two products.
One of the most significant differences between Jeuveau and Botox is the price. Jeuveau is typically less expensive than Botox, making it a more attractive option for those on a budget.
Both Jeuveau and Botox can provide excellent results regarding reducing wrinkles. However, some studies have shown that Jeuveau may take effect faster than Botox, with some patients seeing results in as little as two days after treatment. On the other hand, Botox takes between four to six days.
Another difference between Jeuveau and Botox is the duration of the results. While both products can provide results that last for several months, Jeuveau may last slightly longer than Botox. According to some studies, the effects of Jeuveau can last for up to six months, while Botox effects typically last for three to four months.
Are Jeuveau Injections Suitable for Your Cosmetic Concerns?
Always consult with a skilled and knowledgeable aesthetician about the best options for reaching your anti-aging or other cosmetic goals. They can recommend which of these products would be best for you, according to your health, skin conditions and other factors. Contact us today and set up a consultation with Creative Facial Aesthetics to find out more about these products and learn which one is best for your cosmetic needs.
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