Dysport is a type of neurotoxin that can be injected into the skin to help reduce the appearance of wrinkles. It’s similar to Botox, but there are some important differences between them. In this blog post we will discuss what Dysport does and why you might need it!
What is Dysport?
Dysport is the brand name for botulinum toxin type A, which is a protein produced by Clostridium botulinum bacteria. It’s used to help reduce fine lines and wrinkles on your face such as crow’s feet around eyes or frown lines between eyebrows – these are called dynamic facial expressions because they change with emotional expressions like smiling or laughing.
How does Dysport work? What is it used for?
Dysport is injected into your skin to help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles on the face. It works by blocking nerve signals that cause muscles contractions, which relaxes them so they don’t move as much when you make certain expressions like smiling or laughing at someone’s joke (this is called dynamic facial expression).
How long does Dysport last? What are some side effects of using this product?
Dysport injections typically last three to six months, but they can be repeated as needed. The main side effect associated with this treatment is temporary pain and swelling at the injection site – it usually resolves within a few days. You may also experience some bruising, but this is also temporary.
Now that you know what Dysport is and how it works, would you like to learn more about whether this treatment is right for you? Contact Hope Cosmetics today to schedule a consultation! We would be happy to discuss the options available to help reduce the appearance of wrinkles on your face.