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Injectable Treatments: Botox & Filler Injections > Xeomin and bacteriostatic saline

I wondered if anyone could help me with the question of using bacteriostatic saline. I am concerned that if I use bacteriostatic saline the bot. A toxin will become denatured due to the benzyl alcohol content ? I am new to using so the longer shelf life suits me and the reduction in discomfort appeals as I am not yet established. Any advice ? Thank you !

Don't worry, it won't. I used bacteriostatic water for past ten years and it really extend the Botox shelf life. In fact , there is a paper published that you can find online.

08.5 | Unregistered CommenterKMD

Xeomin is only lasting 8 weeks in my patients. Is anyone else seeing low duration times?

01.13 | Unregistered Commentersue rn

I’ve been using Xeomin since May and so far don’t see any difference in comparison to Botox. I use same technique, same dilution rate. However would like to see what others think of this product.

I recently started to use xeomin and have found that i'm not getting the same effect as botox. The lines smooth out but the patient still has movement. how can that prevent creating deeper rhytids? Thoughts.
Also what percentage are Nurse Practitioners making as injectors in lieu of an hourly wage? Need answers!

08.30 | Registered CommenterDL

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