Thanks to science, there’s help for moderate to severe glabellar lines – those pesky wrinkles between your eyebrows that won’t go away – aka frown lines.
Meet Jeuveau™ – a BRAND NEW FDA-approved injectable treatment that temporarily improves the look of frown lines. Made through a modern manufacturing process, Jeuveau is the first product of its kind dedicated exclusively to aesthetics.
Botox was approved by the FDA in the early 2000s, and it has been a whole decade since the least neurotoxin entered the market. Now with the availability of Jeuveau, patients will have more options for the improved appearance of frown lines.
Jeuveau – the name that rhymes with hello – comes from the French word “nouveau,” which means “new” or “modern.”
Jeuveau is similar to Botox. It is a neurotoxin that reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles in the face. Jeuveau is FDA-approved to treat the appearance of frown lines between the eyebrows.
How does Jeuveau work?
Like Botox, Jeuveau is a neurotoxin that operates by preventing your nerves from telling your facial muscles to activate. The result is a temporarily improved appearance of moderate to severe frown lines. Unlike other Botox alternatives, dosing, storage and injection techniques will be the same as Botox, he added.
During your consultation, Dr. Behroozan will meet with you personally to discuss your goals and what your available options are to obtain those goals. Each person is unique, and your aging concerns, medical and health history, and skin examination will be some of the factors considered in order to determine if Jeuveau is the right option to meet your cosmetic needs.
When will Jeuveau be available?
As of May 2019, we are proud to announce that Jeuveau is now available at Dermatology Institute of Southern California to all patients in the Los Angeles area!
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