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Jeuveau and Botox are a type of neuromodulator that contains the active ingredient botulinum A toxin. Aesthetically, these neuromodulators are used in the area of the glabella muscles to paralyze these muscles temporarily, the forehead or crow’s feet around the lateral area of the eyes, or other areas of the face. Injection of a neuromodulator into the small muscles between the brows causes those specific muscles to halt their function (be paralyzed), thereby improving the appearance of the wrinkles muscles in the face. 


Before Treatment 

  • Avoid taking aspirin or other non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs such as Ibuprofen, Advil, Motrin, Nuprin, Aleve, Celebrex, Fish oil, Ginko Biloba, St. John’s Wort and high doses of Vitamin E for 7-10 days prior to procedure, as these may cause increase risk of bleeding and bruising at the treated site(s). 

  • Avoid alcoholic beverages for 24 hours prior to procedure as this can increase the risk for bleeding and bruising at the treated site(s)

  • Contraindications to service include certain muscular and/or neurological disorders, known allergy or hypersensitivity to the medication, and certain visual disorders



  • Myasthenia Gravis

  • Allergy to Botulinum Toxin

  • Neuromuscular disorder

  • Pregnant or breastfeeding

  • Allergy to human albumin


After Treatment 

  • Avoid rubbing/massaging the area at injection sites.

  • Keep head upright for four to six hours; avoid lying down. 

  • Avoid strenuous activity for 24 hours to minimize bruising.

  • Avoid exercise and sweating for the remainder of the day and no lying down or leaning forward for 4-6 hours after treatment.

  • Avoid alcohol and exposure to the sun for 24 hours.

  • Avoid facials, microdermabrasion, or massage for 14 days after treatment.

  • Avoid Ibuprofen, Advil or Motrin

  • Results are usually seen in 1-3 days after treatment and can last 3 months or more.

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