There is a good chance that you are familiar with Jeuveau, an alternative to Botox that was introduced to the market not too long ago amidst a great deal of excitement. However, other than the fact that it is a new technology, we haven’t heard many people talking about what exactly differentiates Jeuveau from other neurotoxin injectables currently on the market.
What is Jeuveau?
Because Jeuveau is a more recent variant of Botox, one of the first and most well-known injectables, it is also known as “Newtox”. Jeuveau is an FDA-approved wrinkle treatment similar to Botox, although there are some variations in the kinds of creases each injectable works best on.
Jeuveau versus Botox
Botulinum toxin A, a secure neurotoxin that softens the muscles to improve skin appearance, is used in both Jeuveau and Botox. Over ten years before Jeuveau’s launch in 2019, Botox was initially authorized for cosmetic usage in 2002. Despite the fact that both of these injectables contain the same active component, some people may react better to one than the other due to the tiny differences in their formulae.
Botox can be used to alleviate glabellar lines, also referred to as frown lines, and crow’s feet wrinkles at the outer corners of the eyes. Jeuveau can also treat all of these areas.
In two different FDA trials, 67% and 71% of participants reported substantial improvement in the look of their glabellar lines following Jeuveau treatment. In addition to being more affordable, Jeuveau is a great place to start if you are unfamiliar with facial injections and fillers.
Jeuveau could soon be BOTOX’s Major Competition.
When considering the clinical studies and experiments that are currently available as well as the specification of the products, it is evident that Jeuveau is the neurotoxin that is most similar in nature to BOTOX in comparison to the other options; in addition, Jeuveau’s formulation has benefited from recent advancements.
Patients who have never skipped Botox maintenance in the past decade may find that their results have diminished over the course of time. Changing to a different formulation can almost immediately have an effect on the outcome.
What is the Jeuveau Treatment Like?
To assess how many injections you will require and where they will be administered, your provider will first ask you about your goals. There is no downtime necessary for this quick procedure, which only takes 15 minutes. While it may take up to two weeks for Botox results, you may start to see Jeuveau results in two to three days.
If you are bothered by the wrinkles that have begun to appear on your forehead, a Jeuveau treatment session can be the perfect solution for you. Make an appointment at Revive Med Spa to discuss Jeuveau to determine whether it is the best option for you and your aesthetic objectives.