Treatment for worry lines, glabeller lines, moderate to severe frown lines between eyebrows, laugh lines, and crows feet.
Xeomin works by temporarily stopping muscles from contracting. The FDA originally approved Xeomin in August 2010 for two conditions: blepharospasm (eyelid spasms) and cervical dystonia (severe contractions of the neck muscles). One year later, the FDA approved Xeomin for the same uses as Botox, namely the treatment of glabellar lines, the lines that form between the eyebrows.
Botox is one of the most well-known brand names for wrinkle treatment, but it’s not always a fit for everyone. In some cases, a person may have a reaction to the extra proteins that are found in the Botox formulation. For patients unable to use Botox, Dermatology Associates of Seattle offers Xeomin, an alternative option for wrinkle treatment.