Dysport is a well-known invigorating infusion that works with a brief update of the face’s appearance. It works directly on the wrinkles and focuses especially on the glabella lines that arise between the eyebrows. Also it is a convincing treatment for temple wrinkles because it has a great presence in the world of injectable fillings.
At a glance
While it was officially known as Reloxin it was created in the hope of finding a solution for neuromuscular diseases. Therefore, Dysport is also considered a solution for cervical dystonia (uncontrolled muscle attacks that cause an unusual head posture and agony in the neck).
Dysport’s working mechanism
The internal process takes place in the middle of an hour. The accidentally infused disposition weakens the muscles by blocking the nerve signals of the muscles. There is a strong decrease in muscle activity that avoids any kind of severe narrowing.
Smaller developments in the muscles control the arrangement of dynamic lines. Dysport’s work tool mimics that of Botox: to solidify facial muscles in a temporary condition. Therefore you can consider this as a good alternative to Botox.
Are Dysport and Botox interchangeable?
The answer is no. The target area of Dysport is between the eyebrows, where Botox acts to reduce wrinkles around the forehead, mouth and eyes. There is another difference. You need less infusions of Dysport Botox because the diffuser diffuses diffuse anywhere on the skin than the last one mentioned.
Anyway, as the dispersion is deeper, patients should get it from a talented specialist.
A poor shot may spread the sedative to other proximal muscles and cause a blink of the eye and some other unwanted reactions. The first and second Dysport plans must maintain it for a minimum of 90 days. They differ in quality and rating.