Dysport spreads from the treatment area much quicker than its companion neuromodulator, Botox. This spreading means that Dysport can treat a broader area of wrinkles with fewer injections. In addition, Botox and Dysport have different concentration levels. Dysport is diluted 3 to one, making this neuromodulator perfect for the forehead. However, Dysport can spread to muscles you do not need to relax, but a professional injector will make sure this does not happen.
Dysport only takes 20 to 30 minutes to inject, and results last up to four months. After that, your skincare specialists at Cheeky suggest maintenance treatments to keep wrinkles and folds from returning. Dysport treatments should be done at least 90 days apart.
If you need, you can request a topical numbing cream on treatment areas to keep you comfortable. There might be reactions at injection sites like swelling and redness, but these symptoms disappear quickly. If you have symptoms longer than a few hours, contact your skin care professional immediately.
If you are between 35 and 65, have mild to severe facial wrinkles, are in good health, and have no preexisting skin conditions, you are a good candidate for Dysport treatments. Those who want to use Dysport, but are pregnant or breastfeeding or have skin conditions, do not use Dysport. Let your skin care professional know about your complications.