Botulinum Toxin is a form of prescription treatment that is often used in cosmetic procedures to alleviate the appearance of facial wrinkles. It works by inhibiting / blocking the release of chemicals that cause muscle contractions.
How often should you receive BoTN treatment.
The amount of BoNT to be administered into the targeted region of your face.
The amount of complexing proteins in Botulinum Toxin and the possible effect of complexing proteins on the treatment.

Complexing Proteins in botulinum toxins
and why it is unnecessary for you

#Stengel G, Bee EK. Antibody-induced secondary treatment failure in a patient treated with botulinum toxin type A for glabellar frown lines. Clin Interv Aging. 2011;6:281–4 #Torres S, et al. Neutralising antibodies to botulinum neurotoxin type A in aesthetic medicine: five case reports. Clin Cosmet Investig Dermatol. 2014;7:11-17
1 The Myth

Complexing proteins are foreign bacterial proteins found within most Botulinum Toxins, initially thought to stabilise the active neurotoxin and facilitate the uptake of Botulinum Toxins into target issues.

2 The Reality

Complexing proteins do not play an active role in treatment efficacy. However, the presence of complexing proteins may result in the formation of neutralising antibodies.#

3 The Effect

The formation of neutralising antibodies may lead to treatment failure for avid user of Botulinum Toxin.#

Introducing The PURE Toxin with Zero Complexing Proteins

For all the benefits you can experience with Botulinum Toxin treatments, choose the Pure Toxin with Zero Complexing Proteins as your lifetime aesthetic treatment that gives you the natural and lasting look you desire. Choose Zero Complexing Proteins.
What DOES Zero Complexing Proteins in the PURE Toxin mean for you?
Zero complexing proteins = Lower risk of neutralising antibody formation.
Efficacy is clinically proven.
Reduced risk of Botulinum Toxin resistance.
Optimal results with every treatment.
ASK THE EXPERTS Experts are Choosing Zero Complexing Proteins. What about you?
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the risk of developing botulinum toxin
and why you should be discerning
Once a user develops resistance against Botulinum Toxin, there is no drug/medication that could reverse the process.
Unfortunately, once you develop BoTN resistance to one brand, you will likely be resistant to the others too.
Treatment effects last shorter
Switching to a different brand
Losing effect over time
Botulinum Toxin with Zero Complexing Proteins
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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is Botulinum Toxin resistance?

A: Botulinum Toxin resistance is the formation of neutralising antibodies against Botulinum Toxin treatments, which results in reduced efficacy of subsequent treatments. The build-up of neutralising antibodies is due to the unnecessary complexing proteins found in most Botulinum Toxin products.

Q: What should I do if I’m experiencing Botulinum Toxin resistance?

A: As of now, there is no drug/medication to reverse Botulinum Toxin resistance. Start from the very beginning with the Pure Toxin with Zero Complexing Proteins to minimise the risk. Consult a professional healthcare provider at a trusted aesthetic clinic or contact one here regarding the switch to Pure Toxin with Zero Complexing Proteins for your next treatment.

Q: What are Complexing Proteins, and how does it affect me?

A: Complexing proteins form an unnecessary part of most Botulinum Toxin products. They are high molecular weight bacterial protein complexes that are bound to the active neurotoxins. The complexing proteins may cause neutralising antibodies to form, which can result in subsequent treatments to be rendered ineffective.

Q: How will Zero Complexing Proteins make a difference for me?

A: Having zero complexing proteins lowers the risk of developing resistance towards Botulinum Toxin treatment, therefore maintaining the effectiveness of the treatment.

Q: I’m concerned about looking plastic or fake after treatment. What should I do?

A: With the removal of complexing proteins, the Pure Toxin with Zero Complexing Proteins have been proven to be clinically effective without the need for excessively high dosages. This provides a more natural look resulting from treatments. Looking plastic or overdone is a common concern among individuals considering an in-clinic treatment with Botulinum Toxin. If you share the same concerns, consult a licensed healthcare professional to discuss the treatment options available and about using the Pure Toxin with Zero Complexing Proteins.

Q: How long does it take for the Pure Toxin with Zero Complexing Proteins to take effect?

A: The initial effect will be visible within 3-4 days, with full effects kicking in within 30 days. The clinical effect of each treatment lasts up to 4 months on average, and repeated dosing of Pure Toxin with Zero Complexing Proteins provides long term efficacy with minimal risk of developing Botulinum Toxin resistance.

Q: Will I experience any downtime when using the Pure Toxin with Zero Complexing Proteins?

A: There is no expected downtime after treatment and you can return to any work or physical activity immediately. However, if you are experiencing any reactions to the treatment such as loss of strength, general muscle weakness, blurred vision or drooping eyelids, avoid operating any machinery or dangerous activities. If the effects persist or affect your day to day activities, consult your doctor immediately.

Q: How does the Pure Toxin with Zero Complexing Proteins work?

A: The Pure Toxin with Zero Complexing Proteins acts on nerve endings in muscles to prevent the contraction of muscle fibres. This helps to relax the muscles, thereby removing dynamic frown lines. You will be able to see and feel the difference within 3 to 5 days after treatment.
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