^This refers to 1) experiencing shorter durations of efficacy as compared to previous treatments,
2) treatment not producing the same desired outcome and / or
3) treatment becomes totally ineffective.
Definition: the ability of the body to neutralise the Botulinum Toxin product, which consequently results in little to no visible effect after multiple rounds of treatments.
This is caused by the development of neutralising antibodies against the active neurotoxin. The risk of developing resistance may be increased by the presence of impurities*.
WHAT ARE IMPURITIES* AND HOW THEY CAN AFFECT YOU
Varying degrees of impurities* are found in most Botulinum Toxin A formulations due to differences in manufacturing and purification processes. These impurities* consist of complexing proteins, inactive neurotoxin, flagellin and bacterial DNA.
Impurities* in Botulinum Toxins increase the risk of activating the immune system, leading to the formation of neutralising antibodies (NABs) that diminish treatment efficacy over time or even cause complete non-response.
It is important to choose a Pure Toxin with Zero Impurities* right from the start to ensure optimal results with every Botulinum Toxin treatment.
Introducing The PURE Toxin with Zero IMPURITIES*
ZERO IMPURITIES* = LOWER RISK OF NEUTRALISING ANTIBODY FORMATION