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Aesthetic And Medical Treatments With Neuromodulators.


What are neuromodulators?

There are currently 5 neuromodulators available in the US market. All of the neuromodulators are designed to temporarily reduce the appearance of wrinkles by relaxing the underlying muscles beneath the skin. The relaxation of the muscles enables the skin on top to appear smoother.

In addition to Botox, at Lennox Aesthetics we offer treatment with the following and will recommend the best option based on your unique needs.

  • Dysport: Dysport is similar to other neuromodulators in that it temporarily relaxes muscles leading to a smooth and refreshed look. A key difference between Dysport and other neuromodulators is the fact that the number of units used to achieve similar results is higher and its molecule size is smaller. This does not mean that it is not as “strong”. It simply illustrates that it is a unique product and your clinician should understand the differences in order to give you the best results.
  • Xeomin: Xeomin is considered to be the “naked” neuromodulator. Other neuromodulators contain proteins clustered around the active molecules, however, Xeomin does not contain proteins. This is believed to be beneficial by reducing the risk of users developing a resistance (antibodies) that decrease the overall desired effects.
  • Jeuveau: Jeuveau is the 4th neuromodulator released in the US market. Its main distinguishing factor is in its purification process. The “Hi Pure” technology is used to ensure quality and it is vacuum-dried instead of freeze-dried like some of the others.
  • Daxxify: Daxxify is a one of a kind product in that it utilizes a peptide as a stabilizer for the Botulinum. This is believed to add to the products stability leading to longer lasting results.

How do they work?

Neuromodulators, such as Botox, Dysport, Xeomin, Jeuveau and Daxxify work by blocking the release of a neurotransmitter called acetylcholine at the junction between the nerve and the muscle. Acetylcholine is a chemical that is released by nerve cells to signal the muscles to contract.

When a neuromodulator is injected into a muscle, it enters the nerve endings that release acetylcholine and prevents the release of this neurotransmitter. This reduces the activity of the muscle, causing it to relax and soften the appearance of wrinkles.

What can they be used for?

Neuromodulators have a variety of therapeutic uses in addition to their cosmetic applications. They can be used to treat a wide range of medical conditions, many of which are related to muscle or nerve function.

At Lennox Aesthetics, we use neuromodulators in a variety of areas:

  1. Forehead and eye area
  2. Nose aka “bunny lines”
  3. Gummy smile
  4. Hashtag lines around the lips
  5. Chin area
  6. Masseter
  7. Platysmal bands
  8. Necklace lines
  9. Under mandible
  10. Crepey neck skin
  11. Chest
  12. Palms of the hands
  13. Armpits – Hyperhidrosis treatment
  14. Rosacea
  15. Sweaty forehead
  16. Acne breakouts

Krystie and her team specialize in complete facial balancing. To achieve the ultimate result, a combination of fillers, collagen stimulators and neuromodulators may be recommended for complete facial balancing and regeneration.

They’re also known for their expertise in reversing treatment results that are no longer desired and helping you achieve a natural more refreshed look.

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In Boca Raton

Lennox Aesthetics is located in a beautiful and relaxing 3,000 square foot space on South Federal Highway, within the American Traveler building in Boca Raton.

1615 S. Federal Hwy, #100
Boca Raton, FL 33432

PHONE: 561-834-7473


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Pre-Procedure Care Recommendations

  1. Avoid blood thinners: Certain medications and supplements can increase your risk of bleeding or bruising after the treatment. Avoid taking aspirin, ibuprofen, or other blood-thinning medications for at least a few days before the treatment, and consult with your healthcare provider before stopping any medications.
  2. Avoid alcohol and caffeine: Alcohol and caffeine can increase your risk of bruising and swelling after the treatment, so it’s best to avoid these for at least 24 hours before the treatment.
  3. Apply a topical numbing cream: Your healthcare provider may recommend applying a topical numbing cream to the treatment area before the injections to minimize any discomfort or pain.
  4. Arrive with a clean face: It’s important to arrive for the treatment with a clean, makeup-free face to minimize the risk of infection and ensure the best results.

Post-Procedure Care Recommendations

  1. Avoid touching or rubbing the treated area for at least 24 hours: Touching or rubbing the treated area can cause the product to spread to unintended areas, potentially affecting the results.
  2. Avoid lying down or exercising for at least 4 hours after the treatment: This will help ensure that the product stays in the targeted area.
  3. Avoid blood thinners: As with pre-procedure care, it’s best to avoid blood-thinning medications for at least a few days after the treatment to minimize the risk of bleeding or bruising.
  4. Avoid alcohol and caffeine: These substances can increase your risk of swelling and bruising after the treatment, so it’s best to avoid them for at least 24 hours.
  5. Apply ice to the treatment area: Applying ice to the treatment area can help reduce any swelling or discomfort.
  6. Be patient: It can take up to three weeks to see the full effects of the treatment, so be patient and don’t expect immediate results.


Neuromodulators are injectable medications that work by blocking the release of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine, which causes muscle contractions. This results in relaxation of the muscle and can be used to treat a variety of conditions.

The most common neuromodulators used for cosmetic treatments are Botox, Dysport, Xeomin, Daxxify and Jeuveau.

The most common areas that can be treated with neuromodulators are the forehead, frown lines between the eyebrows, and crow’s feet around the eyes. Neuromodulators can also be used to treat other areas, such as the chin and neck.
Neuromodulator treatments are typically well-tolerated, but there may be some discomfort or pain associated with the injections. Your healthcare provider may apply a topical anesthetic cream or ice to the treatment area to minimize any discomfort.

It usually takes a few days to three weeks to see the full results of a neuromodulator treatment.

The effects of a neuromodulator treatment typically last for 3-6 months, depending on the individual, product used and the area treated.

Common side effects include redness, swelling, and bruising at the injection site. Rare side effects include drooping of the eyelid, difficulty swallowing, or breathing.

Neuromodulator treatments are not suitable for individuals who are pregnant, breastfeeding, or have certain medical conditions. Your healthcare provider will discuss any contraindications with you before the treatment.

Neuromodulator treatments can be repeated every 3-6 months, depending on the individual and the area treated.
Neuromodulator treatments are not recommended during pregnancy or while breastfeeding, as the effects on the developing fetus or infant are not fully known. It’s always best to consult with a qualified healthcare provider before receiving any treatments while pregnant or breastfeeding.


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