3 Myths About Neuromodulators, Part II

Although the term neuromodulator may sound obscure, it’s actually far more common than you would think. A neuromodulator is a drug that is used in the medical spa industry that helps relax tightened muscles across the body. Neuromodulators are administered into the body by the way of small amounts of a concentrated solution.

A few of the most popular cosmetic neuromodulator treatments that are frequently used are Botox, Xeomin, and Dysport. While neuromodulation is a popular and safe treatment, there are many prevalent myths that surround the treatment. Listed below are three common myths about neuromodulators.

Neuromodulation immediately relaxes muscles

The effects of neuromodulation treatments such as Botox do not happen instantaneously. Many people hold the misconception that they will walk into a spa with fine lines and wrinkles, and once they are treated with Botox, they will leave with a smooth and wrinkle-free face. However, that is not the case.

While neuromodulation may not be immediate, it is fast-acting. The effects of a neuromodulation treatment are gradual. Within the first 3-5 days, results can become noticeable. You can expect the neuromodulation process to be complete between 7-14 days after injection. Sometimes, because neuromodulation is a subtle treatment, it may take multiple injections to receive the complete relaxation of a muscle. The stronger the muscle the more it takes to relax it. Unfortunately, not all muscles are created equal, so the dose that offers full correction for one person may not do the same for the next.

Neuromodulation only affects wrinkles

Many people believe that treatments such as Botox, Xeomin, and Dysport only assist in temporarily reversing wrinkles and fine lines. However, neuromodulation is effective in treating a host of other cosmetic and medical issues as well.

Along with helping to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, neuromodulation is also helpful in lifting eyebrows and softening the jawline. Neuromodulation is able to positively affect these areas of the face by targeting muscles undergoing stress with relaxing proteins that can create promising physical results.

Neuromodulation is also used in other sects of the medical industry. Neurologists will prescribe a neuromodulation treatment for patients who struggle with migraine headaches. Neuromodulation can help in easing pain caused by migraines by decreasing strain that is put on the central nervous system by helping to relax facial muscles.

Anyone Can Perform Neuromodulation

While neuromodulation is an FDA-approved, safe and regular treatment, not anyone can perform it. Neuromodulation is still an advanced medical treatment that requires the skilled hand of a certified healthcare professional. Making sure that your medical spa employee is certified and well trained will ensure that your injection is performed safely and correctly. By having your neuromodulators administered by a licensed professional, you can confidently affect fine lines, wrinkles, and even other medical symptoms.

At Kalologie Medspa, we harness the power of neuromodulators to smooth fine lines and wrinkles. Kalologie Medspa offers treatments that will not only temporarily reverse fine lines and wrinkles but will also help to freshen your face. Call today to learn more about the minimally invasive neuromodulator treatments we offer that can transform the appearance of your skin.