It is extremely unlikely to find many people who would be happy about ageing. In fact, ageing is something that instills fear into people all across the globe. And of course, the underlying reason behind this fear rests in deteriorating looks that it entails. And indeed, the majority of people all over the world find it difficult to face an aged reflection of themselves. What they have to come to terms with is a face that was once unblemished but is now covered in numerous wrinkles. Years ago, people would have to let the age take its course.
All has changed nevertheless with the advent of numerous scientific substances that make the seemingly unsolvable problem obsolete. That is to say, science has made the issue of wrinkles a temporary bug that can be erased for a certain period of time. And the mentioned solution comes in different forms, one of which being Xeomin.
Xeomin is a minimally invasive cosmetic treatment that rests upon the principle of muscle freezing and results in erasing the undesired wrinkles on one’s face. Xeomin’s underpinning substance is the so-called botulinum toxin that helps make wrinkles invisible.
Xeomin’s popularity in the U.S.A. has been growing exponentially since 2010 – the year it was approved by number one public health organization in the country, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). FDA has conducted a number of independent trials and ended up confirming Xeomin’s safety for number of treatments, including but not limited to wrinkles.
Xeomin in NYC
There are a plenty of opportunities to get excellent results from Xeomin injections in New York. This nevertheless doesn’t mean one should choose a random clinic. After all, Xeomin is an injection that should be done at an facility that employs licensed and experienced health practitioners. One clinic that stood the test of time is MiracleFace MedSpa. It has been quite popular due to its great staff and alluring options.
It can be easily understood from the many reviews left on the web that Miracle Face’s patients are extraordinarily satisfied with all the people who work at the clinic. On the one hand, they praise the welcoming staff that is ready to walk every single patient through the multi-stage process leading to the actual treatment. This ranges from quick registration to provision of info to waiting time. On the other hand, the patients are extremely satisfied with the work done by the many A-class doctors Miracle Face MedSpa prides itself in employing. These doctors have received numerous trainings – all to ensure that the services provided to its patient are of the highest quality possible.
Additionally and very importantly, MiracleFace MedSpa provides some of the most alluring options in town. This works in two ways – one being the price and the other extra perks. First off, MiracleFace is one of the handful of clinics that offers affordable options for those getting their first injections. There are specials to first time patients, available on the website. The existing clients are also often offered various discounts. Moreover, the existing clients could get various referral-related discounts for spreading the word. To check if you qualify for specials or if those are available at the moment, you should check MiracleFace’s website. Secondly, this clinic is one of the few ones in town that offers virtual pre-treatment consultations free of charge. This means that there is no cost involved in talking to one of the specialists at MiracleFace MedSpa to ensure that Xeomin injections are really what the prospective patient really needs. In addition to this, all the patients get an unmatched opportunity to receive post-treatment follow ups for up to two weeks after Xeomin has been injected. This allows for prevention of all possible problems and addresses all the concerns a patient might be having.
What is Xeomin and how does it work?
Hundreds of thousands of people use Xeomin around the world. Interestingly, a lot of these people go on to repeat the procedure. The question one might be pondering over is – what’s so special about Xeomin?
Answering the question of what’s so special about it is the same as dissecting the ins and outs of how Xeomin works. And, jumping ahead, there is a reason why Xeomin is deemed a minimally invasive procedure. The key lies in its mechanism – that is, freezing. But let’s break this down a little bit.
Hurting no more than a mosquito bite, Xeomin is injected into the area covered in wrinkles. What the injection does is it freezes the muscles responsible for forming those wrinkles. It does what it’s supposed to do locally by just preventing the muscles from contracting, therefore stopping the formation of muscles.
What areas Xeomin can be applied to?
Of course, Xeomin is used to soften wrinkles all over the face but it’s important to note that it’s most effective in battling severe frown lines between eyebrows. What is interesting is that besides the cosmetic effects, Xeomin has two other important usages as follows.
- Cervical dystonia: this is a painful condition when one’s neck muscles start contracting, without any force extorted. This leads one’s head to twist or turn to one side. This condition can also cause the head to go forward and backward uncontrollably
- Blepharospasm: this is a condition that causes one’s eyelid to twitch or contract. This condition requires treatment if it’s chronic.
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Xeomin vs. Botox and Dysport
It’s worthwhile mentioning that Xeomin, Dysport and Botox are all very similar in that they effectively treat wrinkles. Though subtle, the existing differences between these three injections are important to take into account in order to make an educated decision as to what treatment suits you best.
It’s been reported that it takes longer to see the results pursuant to Xeomin treatment. Compare four days it takes to see Xeomin do its miracles to 24 and 72 hours for Dysport and Botox respectively.
Another important difference is that there are no extra additives in Xeomin. It’s not a secret that other substances (e.g. complexing and accessory proteins) are added to Botox and Dysport; however, the producers of Xeomin refrain from having these additives in their product.
HOW DO XEOMIN INJECTIONS WORK?
Now, when you get to the clinic, the doctor will use a simple thin needle to inject Xeomin into the problematic area. As it was mentioned earlier, the injection will hurt no more than a mosquito bite does.
IS XEOMIN SAFE?
Xeomin is, as it was mentioned before, minimally invasive, freezing muscles responsible for frown lines locally. And most importantly, it was approved the top public health organization in the USA – Food and Drug Administration (FDA) back in 2010.
Historically, the substance that is at the heart of Xeomin – Botulinum toxin – has been discovered around two centuries ago by a German doctor Justinus Kerner back in 1820. This leads to a simple truth: the substance has been around for so long it was of no difficulty for scientists and doctors all over the world to study it in and out, perfecting its mechanisms.
HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO RECEIVE A XEOMIN TREATMENT?
How long it will take to receive a Xeomin treatment varies from clinic to clinic, from doctor to doctor. This being said, the average is just 10 minutes of your precious time.
HOW LONG DOES XEOMIN LAST?
Just like other similar treatments such as Dysport and Botox, Xeomin lasts on average 3 to 4 months. How long it will stay on you can’t be foresaid as the effect are individual in nature.
XEOMIN BEFORE AND AFTER: WILL I LOOK NATURAL?
There is a myriad of photos of our patients with their before and after looks. These can be found on our gallery. But in nutshell, a whopping number of first-time users of Xeomin opt to repeat the procedure again. The main reasons are its safety and great results.
IS XEOMIN BETTER?
It’s difficult to say which of the three treatments is better. But probably the most important difference lies in additives. There are no added complexing as well as accessory proteins. This is the very reason for some patients who have been using Botox or Dysport to switch to Xeomin – the bodies of some of these patients have managed to develop antibodies that resist the mentioned proteins.