Jeuveau is a botulinum toxin type A injection used to help improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Jeuveau has the same active ingredient used in original Botox cosmedix injections. Similar to Botox, the injection will relax your underlying muscles to create a smoother complexion.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between Jeuveau and Botox?

The difference between Jeuveau and Botox is that Jeuveau is only used for cosmetic purposes. In comparison, Botox can be used for both cosmetic and medical uses–for example Botox has been proven to help with chronic migraines and excessive sweating.

It is also proven that Jeuveau helps with more specific, stubborn lines–this of course, is determined by your physician!

How long until I see results and how long does it last?

Although everyone is different, and in turn reacts differently, Jeuveau has been proven to show full results in 7-10 days and can last up to 3-4 months.

Is there any down time?

Just like Botox, there is no down time!

What are the after care instructions?

After receiving Jeuveau injections, you are not to lay down for at least 5 hours after treatment. Laying down after treatment will cause the injection to move from it’s intended location–these 5 hours are crucial for your injection to hold and give you optimal results!


 $12/ unit

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