What is Dysport used for?
Dysport is another botulinum-based formula that was approved by the FDA for the treatment of facial wrinkles in 2009. This formula has been shown in some studies to work more quickly and last longer than its forerunner Botox. Dysport is commonly used for forehead lines, frown lines, crow’s feet and lipstick lines (vertical lines that appear above the lip line).
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Frequently Asked Questions
What Is the Main Difference Between Dysport and Botox?
Dysport lacks several binding proteins compared to Botox. As such, it may be of consideration if people have had a lessened response with Botox over time and maybe better for areas where more spread or surface area is desired such as periorbital crow’s feet or forehead.
Any Special Concerns With Dysport?
The product contains “albumin”, a cow’s milk protein, so those with an allergy (albeit very rare) should not consider Dysport. This does not mean lactose intolerance in which case the product is not contraindicated – meaning it is safe to use.