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Jeuveau is an FDA-approved cosmetic neuromodulator that temporarily reduces moderate to severe frown lines, crow’s feet, forehead lines, and other wrinkles in adults. It uses the same 900 kDa protein found in Botox®.

What is Jeuveau?

Are you ready for a modern-made tox? The Jeuveau injectable is made using the same 900 kDa protein that is found in Botox® , classifying it as a neuromodulator. As such, the FDA-approved cosmetic drug smooths lines and wrinkles by relaxing muscle contractions. Jeuveau can also be used preventatively to prevent new lines from developing.

Benefits of Jeuveau

Aside from being a convenient anti-aging treatment, patients appreciate the fact that the active ingredient in Jeuveau, 900 kDa purified botulinum toxin formula type A, has been proven safe and effective through its use in Botox® Cosmetic. This protein has been in use since the late 1980s and has very few risks associated with it. For Jeuveau, no adverse reactions have been reported to date.

Additionally, this treatment was developed solely for cosmetic use and is generally available at a lower cost than other neuromodulator treatments.

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Who Is A Candidate For Jeuveau?

Anyone who is a good candidate for Botox® and other neuromodulators is a good candidate for Jeuveau treatment. Having undergone Botox or other treatments does not exclude a person from getting Jeuveau unless an adverse reaction to the neurotoxin has occurred in the past.

People with an allergy to botulinum toxin type A or certain neuromuscular conditions such as ALS should not get Jeuveau. This drug is also not approved for women who are pregnant or nursing. Treatment should not be conducted in an area where the skin is inflamed.

Patients interested in significant facial rejuvenation can get Jeuveau in conjunction with other treatments such as dermal fillers.

Jeuveau vs. Botox®

Being derived from the same protein, Jeuveau is nearly the same as Botox. Each drug works on the same principle of blocking nerve transmissions in muscles to smooth creases on the face. The onset of results is very similar, as is the longevity of smoothness.

While Jeuveau is the NewTox compared to well-known Botox®, this new drug is expected to establish strong loyalty among providers and consumers due to its price point. In addition to cost-effectiveness, Jeuveau also performed very well in clinical trials. So, while not yet the household name that Botox® is, Jeuveau is quickly proving itself in clinical practice. The drug is currently achieving similar results to Botox®, without concerning side effects.

What should I expect from results of Jeuveau?

Jeuveau begins to work on muscles immediately, but it can take time for nerve transmissions to be sufficiently blocked. Some patients notice a reduction in wrinkles within 24 to 48 hours. Generally, we expect results to reach their peak within 4 to 7 days.

How long do results of Jeuveau last?

The results of Jeuveau are comparable to Botox. Most patients enjoy smoother skin for 3 to 4 months before needing a touch-up.

Will I have a “Frozen Face”?

We have all seen the “over done” look. Our philosophy is a natural, youthful appearance, and our goal to make sure your muscles don’t get too relaxed – especially for our first timers. It’s better to come in for a little touch-up to boost the effect than to have a heavy-handed injection.

What areas can be treated with Botox and Jeuveau?

  • The frown lines (often called the 11’s) between the brows
  • Forehead
  • Crows Feet
  • Brow lift or brow balance
  • Lip flip
  • Nose – bunny lines
  • and more

Side effects of Jeuveau

Like other injectable treatments, Jeuveau achieves good results with minimal downtime, if any. Patients can resume normal activities right away but may wish to avoid lying down for a few hours or, conversely, immediately engaging in strenuous physical activity.

The most common side effects noted with Jeuveau are similar to other injectables. These include swelling, pinpoint redness, and minor bruising. Some patients may feel slight tenderness or may develop a headache that decreases within a few hours. The likelihood of this last side effect is measured at only around 10 percent.

Similar to other neuromodulators, there is a rare risk of a patient having more intense reactions to Jeuveau treatment. Side effects such as eyelid drooping, difficulty breathing, strained speech, or difficulty swallowing may indicate an allergic reaction and should be treated promptly.

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