XEOMIN COSMETIC: The New Generation Wrinkle Relaxer
Used to treat frown lines between the eyes that can make you look angry, tense or tired. Xeomin Cosmetic is the first New Generation wrinkle relaxer, designed with the latest technology and research in Europe. Xeomin Cosmetic can relax your muscles, giving you a more refreshed appearance. It has been approved by Health Canada to temporarily improve the appearance of frown lines. Xeomin Cosmetic contains botulinum toxin type A derived from microbes, akin to how penicillin is developed from mold, It has a proven safety record through extensive research and testing. It has been used in Europe since 2005.
A Xeomin Cosmetic treatment is simple and fast; the whole treatment is typically completed within 10-15 minutes. A very fine needle with a small amount of liquid is injected into the muscles of your forehead that cause frown lines between your brows. The pain associated with the injection is minimal and no anesthetic is required. You will be fit for work immediately after treatment and can resume your daily activities as usual. You can of course, take a shower, gently wash your face and apply light makeup with out any problem.
You should start to see a smoothing, relaxing effect within 2-5 days. The maximum effect is usually achieved within 2 weeks. Xeomin Cosmetic can last up to 16 weeks and the interval between treatments is normally about 3 months.
Varicose and Spider Veins
Sclerotherapy is a nonsurgical office procedure that can treat most diseased surface veins. Medication is injected into a vein using a small needle. The medication closes down the vein walls so that they stick together and are gradually reabsorbed by the body. Getting rid of these veins actually improves the circulation and makes the legs healthier.
After having a sclerotherapy procedure, patients are often required to wear measured-to-fit compression stockings. These stockings are part of our complete therapeutic approach to venous disease. The Vein Clinic sells both Sigvaris and Bauerfeind Compression Stockings. A certified fitter takes measurements and helps patients choose the correct stockings according to the recommendations made by the doctor.