What is Jeuveau?

Jeuveau might bw a better fit for certain types of facial wrinkles compared to Botox— all at a slightly cheaper price. There are many considerations to make when choosing the right wrinkle treatment, including injectables.

Does Jeuveau last longer than Botox?

Additionally, studies have shown that Jeuveau could have a faster onset of action and may last longer than Botox, which is considered by many to be the gold standard wrinkle treatment.

Is Jeuveau cheaper than Botox?

Aside from using a slightly different form of botulinum toxin, Jeuveau sets itself apart from similar compounds by its price tag. Jeuveau is less expensive than either BOTOX®, Dysport®, or Xeomin®, even though it creates very similar results.

How long will Jeuveau last?

How long does Jeuveau last? Similar to Botox, Jeuveau lasts several months, and most patients will experience from 3 to 5 months of longevity.

How long does it take for Jeuveau to kick in?

After the Jeuveau treatment, patients can see an improvement in lines and creases as early as 2-3 days. It typically can take up to 7-10 days to see the final outcome.

How many units of Jeuveau do you need?

Jeuveau is measured by “units”, and a typical treatment for a single area can range from 10-20 units, depending on the patient’s muscles and facial structure.

What is Jeuveau vs Dysport?

BOTOX, Dysport, Xeomin and Jeuveau are all injections involving BTX. The difference between them lies in their specific formulation of BTX. BOTOX uses onabotulinumtoxinA; Dysport uses abobotulinumtoxinA; Xeomin uses incobotulinumtoxinA; and Jeuveau uses botulinum toxin type A.

What can you not do after Jeuveau?

Avoid alcohol and strenuous activity for at least 24 hours. Physically exertion may diffuse the neurotoxin, causing it to spread to other areas. Avoid rubbing or massaging the skin around the injection site for at least 24 hours, as it may cause the neurotoxin to spread to other areas.