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Neuromodulators

Neuromodulators (Botox, Dysport, Nuceiva, Xeomin)

Neuromodulators Treat Wrinkles And Lines

They were discovered decades ago. The first medical use was in the eyes of babies who had ‘squint eye’. Through this use of treating eye conditions, it was accidentally discovered to relax wrinkles. This discovery was made in Canada by Dr. Jean Carruthers and Dr. Alistair Carruthers.

Since then, Botox is used to relax bladder spasm, treat patients with muscle spasm, chronic headaches, and in many other areas of medicine.

Neuromodulators are proteins that interrupt the communication between a nerve and muscle. In doing so, the muscle relaxes and stops contracting.

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How Does This Treat Wrinkles?

Wrinkles form in the skin when the muscle underneath is used frequently. The muscle strengthens with frequent use. The stronger the muscle gets, the deeper the wrinkle.

If you smile a lot, your wrinkles will be more prominent around your eyes.

If you frown a lot, the ‘number 11’ lines form in between your eyebrows.

If you raise your forehead as your most common facial expression, you develop forehead lines.

When neuromodulators are injected into the muscle that lies below the wrinkle, you will not be able to squeeze that muscle as tight. The skin above is not able to wrinkle.

It is important to note that thin skin wrinkles more easily than hydrated, younger skin.

At Live Younger, we recommend combination therapies that address all aspects of wrinkle formation such that you need less treatments, less often.

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What areas are treated?

Basic:

Advanced Injection Techniques:

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