Jeuveau® Injections

Jeuveau® injections are an FDA-approved treatment for temporarily improving the appearance of moderate to severe glabellar lines, also known as the “11’s.” When injected into specific facial muscles, this neurotoxin-based formula disrupts nerve communication, relaxing muscle movements, softening frown lines, and giving patients a younger appearance.

Treatment Areas

Jeuveau® injections only take a few minutes and are relatively painless. Because this treatment is minimally invasive, most patients can immediately return to work and other activities. However, you should avoid exercise and keep your body upright for at least 4 hours after receiving any wrinkle-reducing injections. Jeuveau® injections are commonly used to treat lines and wrinkles in the following areas:

Glabellar lines (the “11s”)


Forehead lines


Lateral canthal lines (the “crow’s feet”)


Perioral lines (the “lipstick lines”)

Jeuveau® vs. Other Injectables

Jeuveau® is the newest of many wrinkle-reducing injectables on the market. Here’s how it compares to three other popular products:


Known as the “naked” form of botulinum toxin, Xeomin contains no added stabilizer proteins, which means it’s less likely for patients to become resistant over time. However, results may appear a day or two faster with Jeuveau®.
dysport (1)


Although results vary by individual, some patients report results from Dysport lasting as long as five months, which is slightly longer than Jeuveau® and other similar treatments.
botox (2)


While Jeuveau® is one of the newest options, Botox was the first drug to use botulinum toxin. However, it was initially developed for medical purposes, while Jeuveau® was created for aesthetics.

Is Jeuveau® right for me?

Jeuveau® is an excellent option for people at least 18 years old with moderate to severe fine lines and wrinkles. It can work for all skin types but may not be suitable for people with certain medical conditions. While patients have reported mild bruising, swelling, redness, and bleeding at injection sites with injectable wrinkle-reducing treatments, those side effects usually only last for one to two days.

The Beauty Benefits of Jeuveau®

Frowning, laughing, smiling, and squinting expressions are caused by small muscle contractions in the face. As we get older and our skin becomes less elastic, those movements create permanent grooves in the skin. Jeuveau® injections help smooth those lines by temporarily relaxing specific facial muscles, giving you a more youthful appearance. Most patients begin to see results in about three days, and those results typically last up to four months.

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Is Jeuveau® safe?
While Jeuveau® is relatively new, professionals have provided cosmetic botulinum toxin treatments for over two decades. A study of products like Jeuveau® found them to be both safe and effective.1
How much Jeuveau® will I need?
Every patient is unique and will need a different number of units and injections to achieve their preferred results. When you arrive for your appointment, our team will customize your treatment to your goals.
Will results look natural?
When injected by experienced professionals, Jeuveau® softens fine lines and wrinkles without changing your facial appearance. Additionally, our highly trained injectors specialize in precise, natural-looking results.
Will Jeuveau® hurt?
You should not feel any significant discomfort during or after your treatment. However, some patients report feeling a slight prick sensation with each injection.
Should I do anything to prepare for Jeuveau®?

Do not drink alcohol for at least 48 hours before your appointment. We recommend avoiding topical Vitamin-A treatments like Retin-A or Tretinoin or taking certain supplements like Vitamin E, Vitamin A, CoQ10, cod liver oil, or Omega-3 fatty acids for three to four days. Additionally, you should discontinue using all over-the-counter pain medications (except Tylenol) for three days before treatment.

According to a study published in Advances in Dermatology and Allergology