Botox has competition, and its name is Dysport®
Dysport is developed by Galderma, makers of Restylane, and is an injectable that is signicantly less expensive than Allergan's Botox and may last up to a month longer.1,2 For example, injections to front frown lines can be as low as $150. If you've been waiting to treat yourself, now is the time!
- The active substance in Dysport is a botulinum neurotoxin type A complex, which acts at the level of the neuromuscular junction in the targeted muscle. Dysport is a neuromuscular blocking toxin which acts to block acetylcholine release at motor nerve ends and reduces muscular spasm.
- Used in patient care in the United Kingdom since 1991, Dysport has marketing authorizations in 76 countries for therapeutic use and in 27 countries for aesthetic use.
- Dysport was initially developed and subsequently approved in many markets around the world, outside the U.S., for the treatment of movement disorders such as cervical dystonia (spasmodic torticollis), blepharospasm (involuntary eye closure), hemifacial spasm and various forms of muscle spasticity, including post-stroke arm spasticity, spasticity of the lower limbs (calf) in adults and children with cerebral palsy. It was later developed for the treatment of a wide variety of neuromuscular disorders and aesthetic medicine.
Jen and Laura's Monthly Special:
Exclusive in-house Galderma vouchers included in this total.
Please note: Must book with Jen or Laura to get the $2.90 per unit rate. No exceptions. Some restrictions apply as it may be recommended that you need more units. Special discounted pricing on all Galderma products includes a $20 Aspire discount certificate (if eligible).
*Offers are not available with any other offer or sale item. Not good on full price or sale services already purchased. Please note: to receive these specials you must mention that you saw the offer online or received an email. Offers valid May 1-31, 2017, except Training Days and/or special events held by specific nurse practitioners or RN's where dates and times are explicitly stated. No exceptions.