Xeomin in New York City is as easy as one, two … 11?
By this, we mean that Xeomin helps get rid of the “11 lines” — those two vertical lines that develop between our eyebrows as we age and as we wrinkle our foreheads while concentrating or experiencing some emotion.
Officially known as glabellar lines, it’s one of the human face’s many dynamic, fine lines and wrinkles, which appear over time as our facial muscles contract and relax, contract and relax, contract and relax …
Ultimately, these particular lines begin to look like the number 11. Some people call them frown lines, but they can develop with any and all facial expressions involving the eyebrows.
Xeomin (pronounced ZEE-oh-min) is used the world over in the treatment of a number of health-related issues. Like other products made from the botulinum toxin, it can be useful in the treatment of muscle stiffness, eye disorders, migraines, overactive bladder, and sialorrhea (excessive salivation).
But like its competitor Botox, Xeomin is also used for cosmetic purposes. For example, it has been proven to be successful in reducing the appearance of wrinkles. It works by relaxing muscles; it achieves this effect by blocking the release of certain chemicals.
Xeomin is made by Merz Pharmaceuticals. It’s FDA-approved for the cosmetic treatment of moderate to severe frown lines between the eyebrows.
As the American Academy of Facial Esthetics tells us, “Xeomin (incobotulinumtoxinA) … is made from the bacteria that causes botulism. Botulinum toxin blocks nerve activity in the muscles, causing a temporary reduction in muscle activity.