Jeuveau Injections

Jeuveau Injections Treatment

Most of us will have to face the truth that we have crow’s feet, frown lines, or neck bands at some time in our life. The effectiveness of topical cosmetic treatments for reducing the visibility of these indications of aging may be limited. Instead, injectables have become increasingly popular as a technique of combating the visible indications of aging skin. YouRestored Austin, offers an injectable called Jeuveau, which is among the newest treatment alternatives available in the previous decade.

What is Jeuveau?

Jeuveau (pronounced “Ja-vo”, rhymes with “hello”) is a botulinumtoxinA medication that is nearly identical to Botox and has been authorized by the FDA.

The active element in both Botox and Jeuveau is botulinum toxin type A. Subcutaneous muscular relaxation is the intended effect of this neurotoxin. These injections make the skin look smoother when used to address wrinkles.

Jeuveau, like Botox, Dysport, and Xeomin, is an injectable treatment produced from botulinum toxin type A. It is administered by injecting the drug into the facial muscles that cause wrinkles. These injectables helps relax these muscles and diminish wrinkles by momentarily inhibiting nerve signals to them.

Jeuveau or Botox?

As a cosmetic treatment, Botox was initially legalized in 2002. In addition to crow’s feet and horizontal forehead lines, it is also used to treat glabella lines (between the eyebrows) and frown lines (between the brows).

Jeuveau is only one of many different botulinum toxin A products that have been created since the injection became commercially available.

Jeuveau or Botox?

YouRestore is thrilled to be able to provide Jeuveau to patients and they seem relieved to have another choice for combating the visible indications of aging. Many people don’t know what Jeuveau is or how it relates to the area of cosmetic medicine because it i fairly new.

Jeuveau is very similar to Botox and the others in that respect.

How does Jeuveau work?

When injected into a muscle, Jeuveau effectively prevents the nerve from signaling to the associated muscle. The nerve is calmed as a result. This helps reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles by reducing the activity of the underlying muscle that causes them.

The average duration of this Jeuveau treatment’s effects is four months, while some patients have reported feeling better for as long as six months. Due to the short-term nature of the procedure, patients will need to return for touch-ups.

Areas Jeuveau Can Treat?

The reality is that Jeaveau, Botox, and the other neurotoxins share more similarities than distinctions. If your current injectable is working well for you, there’s no reason to look elsewhere. It’s possible, though, that the results you get with Jeuveau will be slightly more to your liking, just as some people get superior results from Dysport or Botox.


Don’t hesitate to contact YouRestored Austin if you’re interested in Jeaveau for the treatment and prevention of dynamic wrinkles. Call us at 512-504-7399 or use the online form to get in touch with us.