What is DYSPORT and how is it different from Botox?

Dysport therapy temporarily improves the appearance of your moderate to severe frown lines between the brows in a way that fits your style.

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DYSPORT is a different injectable botulinum toxin that works to reduce wrinkles by paralysing underlying muscles, much like Botox. To know more about it, continue reading this!

What is Dysport?

Not a facial transformation, Dysport therapy temporarily improves the appearance of your moderate to severe frown lines between the brows in a way that fits your style. Glabella lines, which rise between the brows and toward the forehead, are diminished with Dysport. Glabella lines, which fall under the area between your brows and are most evident when you scowl or squint, can also grow more pronounced when you’re relaxed. The best part is that no one will know unless you tell them, which is another plus.

What is the difference between Dysport and Botox?

By relaxing the underlying muscles beneath the skin, Dysport and Botox injections temporarily minimise the appearance of wrinkles. Although they both have medicinal use, their most common use is as injectable cosmetic treatments. They both fall under the category of neurotoxins, which prevent muscle contractions. Both of these nonsurgical wrinkle treatments, which are regarded to be derived from botulinum toxin, are considered to be safe to use in tiny doses and have rapid recovery times.
Although the primary ingredients in both treatments are similar, the levels of trace proteins they each contain differ, which may make one treatment more successful than the other for some patients.
Injections of Dysport and Botox can be given in just a few minutes.