Botulinic derivates
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Botulinic derivates for the treatment of wrinkles in Geneva at Aesthetics – Geneva

botulinum toxin injections in Geneva is particularly effective cosmetic act in treating wrinkles of the forehead, crows feet, wrinkles around the eyelids and the glabella, enclosed between the two eyebrows which tightens facial expression.

botulinum toxin, when injected relaxes the muscles of the treated areas. The muscles contract slightly. Result: The skin remains smooth and relaxed and  the face is rejuvenated. Botox treatment should be preceded by a consultation with Dr Xavier Tenorio, specialist in plastic surgery with a broad experience in treatments with Botox in Geneva.

We are known for great results when you look for clinic for botulinum toxin in Geneva. This cosmetic procedure can be associated to other facial treatments such as fillers, peelings, face lift and other procedures to improve the quality of the face skin.


The botulinum toxin (Dysport) is a protein produced by a bacteria known as Clostridium botulinum which has the particular capability of blocking the neuromuscular transmission. Its use as a medicine began in 1960 by a group of ophthalmologist in the research level and in 1980 was finally used for the treatment of strabismus (crossed eyes) and for blepharomspams (involuntary forced blinking) both conditions generated by an abnormal muscle contraction. Since, more applications where discovered in the coming years including achalasia, sweeting and muscular spams due to cerebral palsy.
The cosmetic use of the botulinum toxin began in the late 1980’s for the treatment of the frown lines, since then its application in the dynamics of the face has spread importantly.


The toxin is capable to prevent muscular contraction by blocking the neuro-muscular transmission at the synapses level.