Though Neuromodulators are minimally invasive, it still carries some risks. An individual should be aware of all possible risks and benefits before having these treatments. People who have certain health conditions or who take any medications should discuss whether Neuromodulators are safe for them.
Unlike alcohol or other drugs, Neuromodulators remain in the local tissue for months at a time. Talk to your doctor before receiving Neuromodulator injections if you're breastfeeding. There's no research on how it may affect your breast milk, so you and your doctor may decide to wait until you're done breastfeeding to get a treatment.
The effects will last three to six months. As muscle action gradually returns, the lines and wrinkles begin to reappear and need to be treated again. The lines and wrinkles often appear less severe with time because the muscles are shrinking.
Forehead Lines: Frontalis Muscle Glabella/Frown Lines: Corrugator Supercilii and Procerus muscles Crow's Feet (Lateral Orbital Lines): Orbicularis Oculi and Procerus Muscles Bunny Lines (Transverse nasal)
Any injection can hurt, but the needles used for injections are very small, so pain is usually minimal. The area can be numbed with a topical anaesthetic cream or cold pack 10-20 minutes before the injections are given, so you may not feel much pain, if any