The line between neurotoxins and dermal fillers can sometimes seem a bit blurred, so if you’re just starting to look into injectables, it might feel confusing. ????????♀️ Here’s a very simple breakdown to help!
Neurotoxins (for example, Botox) help freeze muscles to stop creases and wrinkles caused by facial expressions. While dermal fillers help ‘fill in’ or plump areas that have lost volume and smoothness.
An easy way to remember: lines of expression need neurotoxins and lines at rest need dermal fillers. Both treatments are minimally invasive (meaning no surgery) and they are not considered permanent.
On average, patients benefit from the effects of neurotoxins for 3 to 4 months, and on average, patients benefit from the effects of filler for 6 to 12 months. However, some filler can last for up to 2 years!
Ever heard of a liquid facelift? That’s a combination of neurotoxins and dermal fillers, used to turn back the hands of time! The results are pretty incredible.
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