Botox, Dysport and Jeavuex are all brand names for “neuromodulators”. These medications are injected strategically into areas of the face to reduce the appearance of wrinkles. Muscles of the face are constantly moving. While expressing emotion is great, certain repeated movements can create resting wrinkles in places we don’t want.
Furrowing of the eyebrows for example, is generally interpreted as anger. Inadvertent over expression using those muscles can make people appear unapproachable. Forehead creases at rest can suggest age or stress. Wrinkles around the eyes, “crows feet”, are less aggressive and may not bother everyone. The goal is to soften the movements of the muscles, gently relaxing them. Careful and properly placed injections should not look weird or frozen. The key is tasteful use of product.