You don’t need to do anything special to prepare for your Dysport treatment. Just come as you are, with makeup or without. Try to stay away from alcohol, blood thinners and NSAIDs like Advil for a few days before your treatment, as they increase the risk of bruising.
The actual treatment usually will take less than five minutes. It’s just a few small pokes, and they are almost painless! Most people report no discomfort at all, as the needle is much thinner than the one used to draw blood. There is no numbing medicine administered for these injections because none is needed!
Your Master Provider will go over your areas of concern, talk through your treatment, and discuss the results you can expect.
On average, Dysport takes 3-5 days to kick in. For deeper static lines (present at rest) it can take a few weeks to see changes in the skin as it continues to repair while the muscles are relaxed. You can resume your normal activity right after your treatment.
Many of our clients get treated before work, during their lunch hour, or after work and return to their day with no sign of having been treated!
Dysport can last up to 4 months. Your metabolism and a wide variety of factors can vary the onset and your results with Dysport. As the product wears off, the previously treated lines and wrinkles may begin to reappear. It’s similar to getting a haircut or highlights, and requires maintenance!
If lines are treated with Dysport on a regular basis, they tend to remain more superficial. The longer you are treated, the longer your results will last!
Anyone looking for improvement of fine lines or wrinkles of the face and neck, jawline slimming, or excessive underarm sweating. It is not for those who are pregnant, breastfeeding, have neurological disorders, or an allergy to cow’s milk protein.
It is important for potential clients to discuss any known skin infections, muscle or nerve conditions, known allergies, or medications during your free consultation to ensure your Master Provider chooses the best treatment for you. See all the potential risks here.