Botox, Dysport, Xeomin: Comparing the top wrinkle relaxers

Botox is the first thing that comes to mind when people think of injectable wrinkle relaxers. And why not, it has been FDA-approved for cosmetic procedures as far back as 2002 whereas Dysport was approved only in 2009 and Xeomin in 2011.

All three brands contain the same active component, botulinum toxin type A, but each has its own unique formulation.

Botox myths debunked

For more than a decade, botox has been hailed as the ultimate quick fix for wrinkles and fine lines. Its popularity has shown no signs of waning since it was introduced in 2002, and up to now, the magic elixir remains the top nonsurgical cosmetic procedure in the United States.