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Neurotoxins Injection

Neurotoxin cosmetic injectables are popular anti-wrinkle treatments that contain botulinum toxins type-A that relaxes wrinkle-causing muscles.


Treat facial fine lines & wrinkles 

- Contour and balance face shape

- Non-invasive and fast procedure


- Prevent formation of deeper wrinkles

- Customizable treatment plan


The Details


20-30 mins


Please contact us for detailed pricing

Recommended Sessions 

Please consult with our doctor and nurses to determine the treatment plan

Sessions Interval

3-6 months

Post Care

SkinCeuticals CE Ferulic, A.G.E. Eye Complex, A.G.E. Interrupter, Retinol 0.3, Physical Fusion UV Defense SPF 50.  

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About Neurotoxins 

Neurotoxins, also known as botulinum toxin type A,  are well-known for the ability to reduce the appearance of facial wrinkles and work very well in treating upper face fine lines caused by facial expressions such as crow’s feet around the eyes, the 11 lines in between eyebrows, horizontal lines on the forehead, laughing lines and more. ​Masseter injection is also very popular. It relaxes the chewing muscle to achieve the goal of contoured and balanced face shape.


Manufacturers make Neurotoxins injection with very small doses of Botulinum toxin. The drug can temporarily relax

muscles, which can benefit people with various muscle or nerve disorders.

What to expect..

Depending on the treated area, the optimal result may show in 10-14 days after the initial injection. While the Neurotoxins injection will eventually wear off,  they will typically last about 3-4 months or even longer.

The treatments are not permanent. Repeated treatments are recommended for desirable and long-lasting wrinkle-reducing effects. Please contact us to book a consultation to discuss your specific need and expectation with our doctor and nurses to determine the treatment plan and achieve the optimal results.

Have questions about our treatments? Contact us to learn more.