Even with competitors like Botox and Dysport on the market, Botox remains the gold standard: It’s safe, it’s effective, and it’s proven.
There’s no denying it, the B and D words have been pretty big talking points when it comes to skincare lately. I’m talking about Botox and Dysport.
But this February 2019, the FDA greenlit Jeuveau, the first new neurotoxin approved for aesthetic usage in nearly a decade.
Botox – The “B”
We’re all familiar with Botox, right? That beautiful little bottle of a miracle worker with the power to erase your uninvited wrinkles for three months.
It only requires a tune-up every 90 days or so. It only needs 50 units of it or less. If you weren’t familiar with it before, hopefully, you are up to speed now.
Dysport, the Botox sidekick, is another one of our favorite wrinkle relaxers. It kicks pesky wrinkles out the door in 3 to 5 days.
The results last for about three months. It only requires a 3:1 ratio of units (three units of Dysport = one unit of Botox).
With all these face goodies, do we even need anything else? The answer is yes, duh! Three is a party, so we decided to give Botox and Dysport a new friend — Hello Jeuveau!
Deriving from the French word nouveau, which means new or modern, Jeuveau, pronounced Jū vō, is new to the market and is giving our beloved Botox and Dysport a run for their money!
Jeuveau is an FDA-approved wrinkle relaxer from its parent company Evolus.
A brand new wrinkle relaxer #Newtox, and we can’t stop talking about it! It kicks in after 3 to 5 days, lasts for 4 months, and only needs 3 treatments a year. It’s safe to say we think Jeuveau is going to fit in perfectly.
It is measured the same way as Botox – 50 units of Jeuveau is 50 units of Botox – and it is clinically studied to last longer than any other wrinkle relaxer. Botox and Dysport, are you hearing this?!
Since May 16, Jeuveau is launched in all Juvly locations. Yeah, you could say we’re excited, and so are our customers with their results.
It’s time to kick those unwanted wrinkles to the curb. Treat yourself to Jeuveau today — or offrez-vous, as the French would say!