INJECTABLES | FILLERS
Cosmetic treatments have become so focused that now there’s a non-surgical treatment to reduce the double chin, or submental fullness, called Kybella. Though some people find folks with double chins rather jolly or cute looking, the people who choose Kybella don't agree and seek a sleek and "grown-up" appearance.
Probably the most common skin treatment performed in the United States and around the world, Botox is an anti-wrinkle injectable made from a neurotoxic protein. As you age, the dynamic lines, wrinkles and folds that form in your skin when you move your facial muscles – when you smile or frown become static, or even permanent.
Dysport is the second botulinum-based injectable drug to come to the American market. Like Botox, Dysport is made with a purified form of neurotoxin that can temporary immobilize the muscles on the face that contribute to the formation of deep forehead wrinkles. Dysport is similar to Botox, although some research suggests that Dysport may be faster-acting and longer-lasting. It also spreads farther from the injection site, thus allowing a broader area of small wrinkles to be treated with fewer injections.
Xeomin is the third botulinum-based injectable drug introduced into the American market in 2010 and was approved for cosmetic use in 2011. It works in a similar as Botox and Dysport in that it temporary immobilizes the muscles on the face that contribute to facial wrinkles.
*Disclaimer: Results may vary from person to person.