Dysport

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Dysport, like Botox, is a form of botulinum toxin injected into the skin above the eyebrows to temporarily relax the muscles that cause "frown lines." It's FDA-approved and is available by prescription. LEARN MORE ›
Average Price: $375

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My med-spa had a special with 50 units free Dysport with a Restalyn treatment. I purchased an additional 50 units for forehead.I did get a brow lift, but it lasted about 5 days; on the 6th day I had more around the eye wrinkles than before. There was no change in my forehead wrinkles.IMHO,... READ MORE

I've used Botox six times and recently went to a different doctor due to a relocation. The doctor pushed Dysport. Unfortunately, I experienced slight swelling, two bruises and what they call "spreading."This procedure was $50 more and my experience was negative. I had excellent... READ MORE

I had Dysport injections exactly two weeks ago, in all three areas (crow's feet, surprise lines, frown lines), and so far it has not taken effect at all. My esthetician gives free touch-ups within a two week period, so I am headed back to see if it "takes" this time.I've gotten Botox... READ MORE

I have had Botox before but think I may be a convert to Dysport... everyone in the plastic surgeon's office seemed to have already made the switch.It's been nearly 10 days and crowsfeet, brow and forehead are noticably relaxed and smooth - but not like Nicole Kidman or Marcia Cross.Dysport... READ MORE

I received Dysport for 11's, forhead and crow's as it kicked in 12 hours and had full effect 1 day.I'm getting compliments from family and friends as people think its truly a natural look, not the Nicole Kidman, deer in the headlight look I get with BOTOX. Not to mention it was $80... READ MORE

I had Dysport put in my "11" lines about a month ago.While the onset was more gradual--to the point I got a bit worried--, I am overall more pleased with Dysport than I ever was w/ Botox. Botox had a tendency to over arch the outer edge of my brows, giving me a bit of a vulcan... READ MORE

I had Dysport 1 week ago in my forehead. It is similiar to Botox but by the first day I was starting to have no movement. When I have had Botox in the past it has taken up to 2 weeks to take its full effect and now at one week I have no movement and I think it doesnt look as "frozen"... READ MORE

I had dysport in my forehead 6 days ago, and still se no results. I previously had botox 4 or 5 times, and it started working in about 4 days. I hope something happens with the dysport soon. Anyone else experience no results? READ MORE

Procedure: Dysport at a medspa near Seattle five days ago. First time for me. I was told that the doctor has been there for seven years.Pro: My forehead is smoothCons: I now have what's known as "tear trough deformity", something I did not have before the procedure. When I smile (and I... READ MORE

Had Dysport this time over Botox. I had started experiencing less & less effectiveness with Botox. I feel this smoothed my glabellar more than the botox did.I'll do it again...definitely. READ MORE

I had the new Disport done to my forehead, Evolence in my nasal labial folds and Restylane in my lips. It has only been 4 days. I still have bruising around my mouth. I think I will be happy with the results.I don't feel the Evolence was worth the price tag as I don't see much of a difference... READ MORE

I decided to try Dysport because I wanted a more affordable treatment than Botox. I found a place in Newport Beach, CA and was happy with the results. The pros are: it is cheaper than Botox per about $4.00 per unit. It doesn't hurt anymore than Botox and the treatment was done in about 5 or... READ MORE

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