Aging has become the biggest concern for women because it causes wrinkles, fine lines, etc. Nevertheless, you don’t need to worry about aging or getting skin folds anymore, as injectables like Botox and Dysport can help eliminate these, leaving you with beautiful-looking, flawless skin. A study reveals that the aesthetics injectables market’s revenue is expected to grow by 12-14% over the next five years due to expanded access and growing consumer purchase. This shows the interest in getting injectables and their acceptance among consumers for wrinkle-free, softer skin.
So, getting injectables is a way to have youthful skin. However, which one – either Botox or Dysport? What is the difference between Botox and Dysport, and which works better? Let us discuss all these.
Botox contains a purified neurotoxic protein called Botulinum Toxin, which treats and prevents wrinkles resulting from muscle movements. When injected into the targeted area, Botox blocks the nerve signals in the muscles, freezing them temporarily, thus diminishing wrinkles. Botox effects last for 3-4 months. So, you must repeat the treatment to maintain the results.
Dysport also contains a purified Botulinum Toxin as a main ingredient, but the trace protein amounts may vary, making it slightly different from Botox. Dysport is often recommended to correct moderate to severe glabellar lines between the eyebrows and around the forehead. Dysport results also last 3-4 months, so follow-up treatments are necessary to maintain the look.
Though Botox and Dysport are used to treat various cosmetic concerns, they are relatively similar, as both:
Botox and Dysport differ in the following aspects:
Dysport has a more watery consistency than Botox.
Due to the diluted consistency, Dysport spreads more evenly and quickly, covering a wide area. However, Botox does not spread at all.
Dysport is suitable for larger areas like the forehead and neck, as it spreads quickly. Contrarily, Botox remains a good choice for treating smaller areas like lip lines, fine wrinkles, crow’s feet, etc.
Though both last for 3-4 months, sometimes Botox will wear off sooner in some people.
While Dysport costs $400 per session, Botox can cost anywhere from $300-600 per session.
It is quite common for both injectables to cause minor side effects, but they will resolve on their own within some days.
Botox treatment is recommended for those with:
You should avoid this treatment if you:
You can receive Dysport treatment if you have severe to moderate frown lines that affect the glabella region (the area between your eyebrows).
This treatment is not recommended for:
Yes, Dysport or Botox can be combined with other dermal fillers like Juvederm or Restylane containing hyaluronic acid. This will give you a liquid facelift by plumping your skin, filling up the gaunt areas.
With these non-invasive injectables, you can have your cosmetic concerns resolved while enhancing your skin tone and texture. So, based on your skin imperfections, you can opt either to look your best.
At Haven Medspa, we are dedicated to providing you with leading-edge injectable treatment to refine your look as you desire. Trust our skilled professionals to deliver safe and effective results tailored to your unique needs. With no complications, downtime, or discomfort, you can get your dream skin. Contact us today to get started on your skin repair and revitalization.