Xeomin is an FDA-approved neurotoxin used to treat frown lines, crow’s feet, and forehead wrinkles. Xeomin does not contain any additives and is considered a more “pure-form” injectable. Because it is not encased within a protein like Botox, individuals do not develop antibodies (or immunity to the effects of Botulinum toxin A) with repeated Xeomin injections.
Each unit of Xeomin is $12. Xeomin treatments are priced according to the number of units used during the procedure. The amount of Xeomin each patient will need differs based on the number of facial areas treated and the strength of each targeted facial muscle. Pricing may range (based on units used) from $75 to $400.
Our licensed medical aesthetics team will work with you directly to recommend the best treatments to achieve your facial rejuvenation objectives and goals. If this is your first time receiving medical aesthetics treatment with milk + honey, a consultation is required.
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What areas/concerns does Xeomin address?
Xeomin is an FDA-approved neurotoxin used to smooth the overlying skin, resulting in a reduced appearance of the wrinkles. Xeomin does not contain any additives and is considered a more “pure-form” injectable.
It can improve the look of:
- frown lines
- crow’s feet
- forehead wrinkles
You may receive treatment for frown lines, crow’s feet lines, and forehead lines at the same time.
What should I expect during treatment?
During the consultation with your provider, you will discuss concerns, recommendations, and treatment plan. Your skin will be cleansed prior to the procedure. This is a non-surgical treatment and does not require anesthesia.
How long does a Xeomin treatment take?
Injections can be performed on average in about 15 – 20 minutes.
Does it hurt?
Xeomin injectables fall at a 1 on the pain scale on a pain scale of 1 to 5. (1 – least pain; 5 – most pain.)
Is there downtime?
There is minimal to no downtime. You may resume your daily activities or return to work after receiving treatment.
Mild redness or bruising may occur at injection sites. Redness will typically resolve within 30 minutes to one hour. Bruising may last for several weeks. Mild soreness may be present lasting hours to days. Severe reactions rarely occur, but a comprehensive review of your medical history, medications, history of reactions should be discussed with your provider to minimize that risk.
We do recommend a two-week minimum separation from special events to avoid the presence of bruising.
How long until I notice a difference?
Xeomin can take up to 5 to 7 days to take effect.
How long will my results last?
Xeomin results typically last approximately 2.5 to 4 months but may last shorter or longer. Repeated treatments will be necessary for continued effect.
How much does Xeomin treatment cost?
Xeomin treatments are priced according to the number of units used during the procedure. Each unit of Xeomin is $12. The amount of Xeomin each patient will need differs based on the number of facial areas treated and the strength of each targeted facial muscle.
Pricing may range (based on units used) from $75 to $400.
Are there contraindications?
Do not receive a neuromodulator treatment if you:
- are allergic to any of the ingredients in Xeomin
- had an allergic reaction to any other botulinum toxin product such as Myobloc, Dysport, or Botox
- have a skin infection at the planned injection site
- are pregnant or nursing
- have autoimmune disorders (discuss with your provider)
- have a disease that affects your muscles and nerves (such as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis [ALS or Lou Gehrig’s disease], myasthenia gravis, or Lambert-Eaton syndrome)
Will I receive post-care instructions?
Yes, you will receive full post-treatment instructions from your provider in addition to the following:
- We encourage patients to use the muscles more for the first hour or so after injection as this may help maximize the effects of the medication.
Please contact us immediately if you experience significant bruising, pain, or any other problems.