JEAVEAU BEFORE AND AFTER RESULTS

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Day 0 & Day 30
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Soo Youn
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David
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Arielle
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Arielle
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Sarah
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Tajah
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Lisa
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Tia
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Shai
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Tugba
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Josephine
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Josephine
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At maximum frown. Actual patient. Results may vary.

In US studies, 68% and 70% of Jeuveau patients had a 2-grade or better physician-and patient-rated improvement in frown lines at Day 30.3

In a study conducted in Europe and Canada, 54% of Jeuveau patients had a ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 2 based on physician assessment compared to 12% for placebo (secondary endpoint).2 In US studies, 46% and 56% had a ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 2 based on physician-assessment compared to 8% and 17% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).3 Results based on a 1-grade improvement may not be considered clinically meaningful.

In US studies, 68% and 70% of Jeuveau patients had a 2-grade or better physician- and patient-rated improvement in frown lines at Day 30, compared to 1% for placebo.3

In a study conducted in Europe and Canada, 58% of Jeuveau patients had ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 120 based on physician assessment, compared to 13% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).2 In US studies, 65% and 57% had ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 120 based on physician assessment, compared to 8% and 13% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).3 Results based on a 1-grade improvement may not be clinically meaningful.

In US studies, 68% and 70% of Jeuveau patients had a 2-grade or better physician-and patient-rated improvement in frown lines at Day 30.3

In a study conducted in Europe and Canada, 54% of Jeuveau patients had a ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 2 based on physician assessment compared to 12% for placebo (secondary endpoint).2 In US studies, 46% and 56% had a ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 2 based on physician-assessment compared to 8% and 17% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).3 Results based on a 1-grade improvement may not be considered clinically meaningful.

In US studies, 68% and 70% of Jeuveau patients had a 2-grade or better physician- and patient-rated improvement in frown lines at Day 30, compared to 1% for placebo.3

In a study conducted in Europe and Canada, 58% of Jeuveau patients had ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 120 based on physician assessment, compared to 13% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).2 In US studies, 65% and 57% had ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 120 based on physician assessment, compared to 8% and 13% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).3 Results based on a 1-grade improvement may not be clinically meaningful.

In US studies, 68% and 70% of Jeuveau patients had a 2-grade or better physician-and patient-rated improvement in frown lines at Day 30.3

In a study conducted in Europe and Canada, 54% of Jeuveau patients had a ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 2 based on physician assessment compared to 12% for placebo (secondary endpoint).2 In US studies, 46% and 56% had a ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 2 based on physician-assessment compared to 8% and 17% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).3 Results based on a 1-grade improvement may not be considered clinically meaningful.

In US studies, 68% and 70% of Jeuveau patients had a 2-grade or better physician- and patient-rated improvement in frown lines at Day 30, compared to 1% for placebo.3

In a study conducted in Europe and Canada, 58% of Jeuveau patients had ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 120 based on physician assessment, compared to 13% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).2 In US studies, 65% and 57% had ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 120 based on physician assessment, compared to 8% and 13% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).3 Results based on a 1-grade improvement may not be clinically meaningful.

In US studies, 68% and 70% of Jeuveau patients had a 2-grade or better physician-and patient-rated improvement in frown lines at Day 30.3

In a study conducted in Europe and Canada, 54% of Jeuveau patients had a ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 2 based on physician assessment compared to 12% for placebo (secondary endpoint).2 In US studies, 46% and 56% had a ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 2 based on physician-assessment compared to 8% and 17% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).3 Results based on a 1-grade improvement may not be considered clinically meaningful.

In US studies, 68% and 70% of Jeuveau patients had a 2-grade or better physician- and patient-rated improvement in frown lines at Day 30, compared to 1% for placebo.3

In a study conducted in Europe and Canada, 58% of Jeuveau patients had ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 120 based on physician assessment, compared to 13% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).2 In US studies, 65% and 57% had ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 120 based on physician assessment, compared to 8% and 13% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).3 Results based on a 1-grade improvement may not be clinically meaningful.

In US studies, 68% and 70% of Jeuveau patients had a 2-grade or better physician-and patient-rated improvement in frown lines at Day 30.3

In a study conducted in Europe and Canada, 54% of Jeuveau patients had a ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 2 based on physician assessment compared to 12% for placebo (secondary endpoint).2 In US studies, 46% and 56% had a ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 2 based on physician-assessment compared to 8% and 17% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).3 Results based on a 1-grade improvement may not be considered clinically meaningful.

In US studies, 68% and 70% of Jeuveau patients had a 2-grade or better physician- and patient-rated improvement in frown lines at Day 30, compared to 1% for placebo.3

In a study conducted in Europe and Canada, 58% of Jeuveau patients had ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 120 based on physician assessment, compared to 13% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).2 In US studies, 65% and 57% had ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 120 based on physician assessment, compared to 8% and 13% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).3 Results based on a 1-grade improvement may not be clinically meaningful.

In US studies, 68% and 70% of Jeuveau patients had a 2-grade or better physician-and patient-rated improvement in frown lines at Day 30.3

In a study conducted in Europe and Canada, 54% of Jeuveau patients had a ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 2 based on physician assessment compared to 12% for placebo (secondary endpoint).2 In US studies, 46% and 56% had a ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 2 based on physician-assessment compared to 8% and 17% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).3 Results based on a 1-grade improvement may not be considered clinically meaningful.

In US studies, 68% and 70% of Jeuveau patients had a 2-grade or better physician- and patient-rated improvement in frown lines at Day 30, compared to 1% for placebo.3

In a study conducted in Europe and Canada, 58% of Jeuveau patients had ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 120 based on physician assessment, compared to 13% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).2 In US studies, 65% and 57% had ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 120 based on physician assessment, compared to 8% and 13% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).3 Results based on a 1-grade improvement may not be clinically meaningful.

In US studies, 68% and 70% of Jeuveau patients had a 2-grade or better physician-and patient-rated improvement in frown lines at Day 30.3

In a study conducted in Europe and Canada, 54% of Jeuveau patients had a ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 2 based on physician assessment compared to 12% for placebo (secondary endpoint).2 In US studies, 46% and 56% had a ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 2 based on physician-assessment compared to 8% and 17% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).3 Results based on a 1-grade improvement may not be considered clinically meaningful.

In US studies, 68% and 70% of Jeuveau patients had a 2-grade or better physician- and patient-rated improvement in frown lines at Day 30, compared to 1% for placebo.3

In a study conducted in Europe and Canada, 58% of Jeuveau patients had ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 120 based on physician assessment, compared to 13% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).2 In US studies, 65% and 57% had ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 120 based on physician assessment, compared to 8% and 13% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).3 Results based on a 1-grade improvement may not be clinically meaningful.

In US studies, 68% and 70% of Jeuveau patients had a 2-grade or better physician-and patient-rated improvement in frown lines at Day 30.3

In a study conducted in Europe and Canada, 54% of Jeuveau patients had a ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 2 based on physician assessment compared to 12% for placebo (secondary endpoint).2 In US studies, 46% and 56% had a ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 2 based on physician-assessment compared to 8% and 17% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).3 Results based on a 1-grade improvement may not be considered clinically meaningful.

In US studies, 68% and 70% of Jeuveau patients had a 2-grade or better physician- and patient-rated improvement in frown lines at Day 30, compared to 1% for placebo.3

In a study conducted in Europe and Canada, 58% of Jeuveau patients had ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 120 based on physician assessment, compared to 13% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).2 In US studies, 65% and 57% had ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 120 based on physician assessment, compared to 8% and 13% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).3 Results based on a 1-grade improvement may not be clinically meaningful.

In US studies, 68% and 70% of Jeuveau patients had a 2-grade or better physician-and patient-rated improvement in frown lines at Day 30.3

In a study conducted in Europe and Canada, 54% of Jeuveau patients had a ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 2 based on physician assessment compared to 12% for placebo (secondary endpoint).2 In US studies, 46% and 56% had a ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 2 based on physician-assessment compared to 8% and 17% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).3 Results based on a 1-grade improvement may not be considered clinically meaningful.

In US studies, 68% and 70% of Jeuveau patients had a 2-grade or better physician- and patient-rated improvement in frown lines at Day 30, compared to 1% for placebo.3

In a study conducted in Europe and Canada, 58% of Jeuveau patients had ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 120 based on physician assessment, compared to 13% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).2 In US studies, 65% and 57% had ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 120 based on physician assessment, compared to 8% and 13% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).3 Results based on a 1-grade improvement may not be clinically meaningful.

In US studies, 68% and 70% of Jeuveau patients had a 2-grade or better physician-and patient-rated improvement in frown lines at Day 30.3

In a study conducted in Europe and Canada, 54% of Jeuveau patients had a ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 2 based on physician assessment compared to 12% for placebo (secondary endpoint).2 In US studies, 46% and 56% had a ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 2 based on physician-assessment compared to 8% and 17% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).3 Results based on a 1-grade improvement may not be considered clinically meaningful.

In US studies, 68% and 70% of Jeuveau patients had a 2-grade or better physician- and patient-rated improvement in frown lines at Day 30, compared to 1% for placebo.3

In a study conducted in Europe and Canada, 58% of Jeuveau patients had ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 120 based on physician assessment, compared to 13% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).2 In US studies, 65% and 57% had ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 120 based on physician assessment, compared to 8% and 13% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).3 Results based on a 1-grade improvement may not be clinically meaningful.

Soo Youn
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Arielle
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Tajah
Lisa
Tia
Shai
Tugba
Josephine
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At maximum frown. Jeuveau® patient. Individual results may vary.

In US studies, 68% and 70% of Jeuveau patients had a 2-grade or better physician-and patient-rated improvement in frown lines at Day 30.3

In a study conducted in Europe and Canada, 54% of Jeuveau patients had a ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 2 based on physician assessment compared to 12% for placebo (secondary endpoint).2 In US studies, 46% and 56% had a ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 2 based on physician-assessment compared to 8% and 17% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).3 Results based on a 1-grade improvement may not be considered clinically meaningful.

In US studies, 68% and 70% of Jeuveau patients had a 2-grade or better physician- and patient-rated improvement in frown lines at Day 30, compared to 1% for placebo.3

In a study conducted in Europe and Canada, 58% of Jeuveau patients had ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 120 based on physician assessment, compared to 13% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).2 In US studies, 65% and 57% had ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 120 based on physician assessment, compared to 8% and 13% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).3 Results based on a 1-grade improvement may not be clinically meaningful.

In US studies, 68% and 70% of Jeuveau patients had a 2-grade or better physician-and patient-rated improvement in frown lines at Day 30.3

In a study conducted in Europe and Canada, 54% of Jeuveau patients had a ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 2 based on physician assessment compared to 12% for placebo (secondary endpoint).2 In US studies, 46% and 56% had a ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 2 based on physician-assessment compared to 8% and 17% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).3 Results based on a 1-grade improvement may not be considered clinically meaningful.

In US studies, 68% and 70% of Jeuveau patients had a 2-grade or better physician- and patient-rated improvement in frown lines at Day 30, compared to 1% for placebo.3

In a study conducted in Europe and Canada, 58% of Jeuveau patients had ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 120 based on physician assessment, compared to 13% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).2 In US studies, 65% and 57% had ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 120 based on physician assessment, compared to 8% and 13% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).3 Results based on a 1-grade improvement may not be clinically meaningful.

In US studies, 68% and 70% of Jeuveau patients had a 2-grade or better physician-and patient-rated improvement in frown lines at Day 30.3

In a study conducted in Europe and Canada, 54% of Jeuveau patients had a ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 2 based on physician assessment compared to 12% for placebo (secondary endpoint).2 In US studies, 46% and 56% had a ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 2 based on physician-assessment compared to 8% and 17% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).3 Results based on a 1-grade improvement may not be considered clinically meaningful.

In US studies, 68% and 70% of Jeuveau patients had a 2-grade or better physician- and patient-rated improvement in frown lines at Day 30, compared to 1% for placebo.3

In a study conducted in Europe and Canada, 58% of Jeuveau patients had ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 120 based on physician assessment, compared to 13% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).2 In US studies, 65% and 57% had ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 120 based on physician assessment, compared to 8% and 13% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).3 Results based on a 1-grade improvement may not be clinically meaningful.

In US studies, 68% and 70% of Jeuveau patients had a 2-grade or better physician-and patient-rated improvement in frown lines at Day 30.3

In a study conducted in Europe and Canada, 54% of Jeuveau patients had a ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 2 based on physician assessment compared to 12% for placebo (secondary endpoint).2 In US studies, 46% and 56% had a ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 2 based on physician-assessment compared to 8% and 17% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).3 Results based on a 1-grade improvement may not be considered clinically meaningful.

In US studies, 68% and 70% of Jeuveau patients had a 2-grade or better physician- and patient-rated improvement in frown lines at Day 30, compared to 1% for placebo.3

In a study conducted in Europe and Canada, 58% of Jeuveau patients had ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 120 based on physician assessment, compared to 13% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).2 In US studies, 65% and 57% had ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 120 based on physician assessment, compared to 8% and 13% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).3 Results based on a 1-grade improvement may not be clinically meaningful.

In US studies, 68% and 70% of Jeuveau patients had a 2-grade or better physician-and patient-rated improvement in frown lines at Day 30.3

In a study conducted in Europe and Canada, 54% of Jeuveau patients had a ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 2 based on physician assessment compared to 12% for placebo (secondary endpoint).2 In US studies, 46% and 56% had a ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 2 based on physician-assessment compared to 8% and 17% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).3 Results based on a 1-grade improvement may not be considered clinically meaningful.

In US studies, 68% and 70% of Jeuveau patients had a 2-grade or better physician- and patient-rated improvement in frown lines at Day 30, compared to 1% for placebo.3

In a study conducted in Europe and Canada, 58% of Jeuveau patients had ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 120 based on physician assessment, compared to 13% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).2 In US studies, 65% and 57% had ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 120 based on physician assessment, compared to 8% and 13% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).3 Results based on a 1-grade improvement may not be clinically meaningful.

In US studies, 68% and 70% of Jeuveau patients had a 2-grade or better physician-and patient-rated improvement in frown lines at Day 30.3

In a study conducted in Europe and Canada, 54% of Jeuveau patients had a ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 2 based on physician assessment compared to 12% for placebo (secondary endpoint).2 In US studies, 46% and 56% had a ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 2 based on physician-assessment compared to 8% and 17% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).3 Results based on a 1-grade improvement may not be considered clinically meaningful.

In US studies, 68% and 70% of Jeuveau patients had a 2-grade or better physician- and patient-rated improvement in frown lines at Day 30, compared to 1% for placebo.3

In a study conducted in Europe and Canada, 58% of Jeuveau patients had ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 120 based on physician assessment, compared to 13% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).2 In US studies, 65% and 57% had ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 120 based on physician assessment, compared to 8% and 13% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).3 Results based on a 1-grade improvement may not be clinically meaningful.

In US studies, 68% and 70% of Jeuveau patients had a 2-grade or better physician-and patient-rated improvement in frown lines at Day 30.3

In a study conducted in Europe and Canada, 54% of Jeuveau patients had a ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 2 based on physician assessment compared to 12% for placebo (secondary endpoint).2 In US studies, 46% and 56% had a ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 2 based on physician-assessment compared to 8% and 17% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).3 Results based on a 1-grade improvement may not be considered clinically meaningful.

In US studies, 68% and 70% of Jeuveau patients had a 2-grade or better physician- and patient-rated improvement in frown lines at Day 30, compared to 1% for placebo.3

In a study conducted in Europe and Canada, 58% of Jeuveau patients had ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 120 based on physician assessment, compared to 13% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).2 In US studies, 65% and 57% had ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 120 based on physician assessment, compared to 8% and 13% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).3 Results based on a 1-grade improvement may not be clinically meaningful.

In US studies, 68% and 70% of Jeuveau patients had a 2-grade or better physician-and patient-rated improvement in frown lines at Day 30.3

In a study conducted in Europe and Canada, 54% of Jeuveau patients had a ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 2 based on physician assessment compared to 12% for placebo (secondary endpoint).2 In US studies, 46% and 56% had a ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 2 based on physician-assessment compared to 8% and 17% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).3 Results based on a 1-grade improvement may not be considered clinically meaningful.

In US studies, 68% and 70% of Jeuveau patients had a 2-grade or better physician- and patient-rated improvement in frown lines at Day 30, compared to 1% for placebo.3

In a study conducted in Europe and Canada, 58% of Jeuveau patients had ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 120 based on physician assessment, compared to 13% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).2 In US studies, 65% and 57% had ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 120 based on physician assessment, compared to 8% and 13% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).3 Results based on a 1-grade improvement may not be clinically meaningful.

In US studies, 68% and 70% of Jeuveau patients had a 2-grade or better physician-and patient-rated improvement in frown lines at Day 30.3

In a study conducted in Europe and Canada, 54% of Jeuveau patients had a ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 2 based on physician assessment compared to 12% for placebo (secondary endpoint).2 In US studies, 46% and 56% had a ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 2 based on physician-assessment compared to 8% and 17% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).3 Results based on a 1-grade improvement may not be considered clinically meaningful.

In US studies, 68% and 70% of Jeuveau patients had a 2-grade or better physician- and patient-rated improvement in frown lines at Day 30, compared to 1% for placebo.3

In a study conducted in Europe and Canada, 58% of Jeuveau patients had ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 120 based on physician assessment, compared to 13% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).2 In US studies, 65% and 57% had ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 120 based on physician assessment, compared to 8% and 13% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).3 Results based on a 1-grade improvement may not be clinically meaningful.

In US studies, 68% and 70% of Jeuveau patients had a 2-grade or better physician-and patient-rated improvement in frown lines at Day 30.3

In a study conducted in Europe and Canada, 54% of Jeuveau patients had a ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 2 based on physician assessment compared to 12% for placebo (secondary endpoint).2 In US studies, 46% and 56% had a ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 2 based on physician-assessment compared to 8% and 17% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).3 Results based on a 1-grade improvement may not be considered clinically meaningful.

In US studies, 68% and 70% of Jeuveau patients had a 2-grade or better physician- and patient-rated improvement in frown lines at Day 30, compared to 1% for placebo.3

In a study conducted in Europe and Canada, 58% of Jeuveau patients had ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 120 based on physician assessment, compared to 13% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).2 In US studies, 65% and 57% had ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 120 based on physician assessment, compared to 8% and 13% for placebo (exploratory endpoint).3 Results based on a 1-grade improvement may not be clinically meaningful.

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What to know about Jeuveau

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People who choose Jeuveau as part of their aesthetic beauty regimen are diverse. But what they share is a positively unapologetic attitude about self-care.

Are you curious to know what others have said about having their frown line wrinkles treated with Jeuveau? Does Jeuveau get rid of frown line wrinkles? And if so, how long does  Jeaveau last? What about deep wrinkles? And what causes those frown line  wrinkles to form in the first place?

SEE WHAT BOLD BEAUTIES HAVE TO SAY...

Arielle

How fast does Jeuveau work? And how long does Jeuveau last?

After being injected with Jeuveau in her frown lines, Arielle says she feels more fearless because she doesn’t have to worry about her frown line wrinkles. Jeauveau started to work for Arielle after two days and her Jeuveau results lasted about four months.

Arielle

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Soo Youn

What do Jeuveau before-and-after results look like for a first timer who has never had an injectable wrinkle reducer?

Are you new to injectable frown line treatments like Soo Youn?

“I didn’t expect it to be so quick and last so long.”

Soo Youn shares her results at Day 2, Day 30 and Day 120 after her treatment. She thinks she looks more relaxed and reports it “just feels like my skin.”

Soo Youn

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Sarah

How do these frown lines form?

For Sarah, she attributes her severe frown lines to an intense “work-from-home” schedule, hours concentrating on her laptop and in Zoom calls.

After getting treated with Jeuveau, Sarah told us:

“I don’t look like I’m scowling anymore!”

Sarah

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Tajah

Does Jeuveau hurt? Tajah tells it like it is.

Tajah was nervous about getting injected with Jeuveau. She worried that it would hurt. But she said it was a pinch –

“It was quick…and didn’t hurt a bit!”

Tajah is fearless and bold when it comes to her #beautygoals…. but she also has tremendous heart and passion being a mom to her 3-year-old son.

Tajah

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David

Does Jeuveau work for men who want to treat their frown lines?

David says getting treated with Jeuveau makes him feel “camera ready” for his morning Zoom calls. David is very expressive and revealed that he started to see results in as little as two days after treatment – and still saw results after 4 months.

“I gave Jeuveau a run for its money!”

David

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

(Apart from “How soon can I book?”)
Where can I find Jeuveau Prescribing Information?
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Here is our Prescribing Information, including our Boxed Warning. This is also enclosed in every package of Jeuveau to ensure healthcare providers have immediate access and can answer any questions or concerns you may have about treatment and find the most important things you need to know about Jeuveau.

Where can I find the Jeuveau Medication Guide?
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Here is our Medication Guide, where you will find the most important things you need to know about Jeuveau and getting treated with Jeuveau.

What exactly is Jeuveau?
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You know those pesky little wrinkles between your eyebrows that won’t go away? Well, they're called glabellar lines, also referred to as "frown lines" or "elevens." Jeuveau is a prescription injectable treatment that works to temporarily improve the appearance of moderate to severe frown lines in adults.

How does Jeuveau work?
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When injected, Jeuveau temporarily prevents your nerves from telling your facial muscles to flex. The result? In clinical trials, Jeuveau was shown to temporarily improve the appearance of moderate to severe frown lines.

What are the results with Jeuveau?
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In clinical trials, Jeuveau was shown to temporarily improve the appearance of moderate to severe frown lines. In US studies, 68% and 70% of Jeuveau patients had a 2-grade or better physician- and patient-rated improvement in frown lines at Day 30. But that's not all. In a study conducted in Europe and Canada, 54% of patients had visible results as early as 2 days after treatment.* And at 5 months after treatment, 38% of patients had visible results with Jeuveau**

*54% of Jeuveau patients had a ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 2 based on physician assessment compared to 12% for placebo (secondary endpoint). In US studies, 46% and 56% had a ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at Day 2 based on physician assessment compared to 8% and 17% for placebo (exploratory endpoint). Results based on a 1-grade improvement may not be clinically meaningful.

*38% of Jeuveau patients had a ≥1-grade improvement in frown lines at 5 months based on physician assessment compared to 8% for placebo (secondary endpoint). In US studies, almost 5% of patients had a ≥2-grade improvement in frown lines at 5 months based on both patient and physician assessments compared to 0% for placebo (secondary endpoint). Results after day 30 or based on a 1-grade improvement may not be clinically meaningful.

What’s it like before & after treatment?
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If it’s your first time getting a treatment, you may be a little nervous and that’s okay! Localized pain, infection, inflammation, tenderness, swelling, erythema, and/or bleeding/bruising may be associated with the injection. For specific instructions on what to do before and after your treatment, please follow the instructions as given to you by your doctor or healthcare provider.

What should I tell my doctor before getting treatment with Jeuveau?
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Tell your healthcare provider about all your muscle or nerve conditions, such as ALS or Lou Gehrig’s disease, Myasthenia gravis, or Lambert-Eaton syndrome, as you may be at increased risk of serious side effects including difficulty swallowing and difficulty breathing from typical doses of Jeuveau.

Tell your healthcare provider about all your medical conditions, including: any side effects from botulinum toxin products, including dry eye; breathing, swallowing, bleeding, or heart problems; plans to have surgery; weakness of forehead muscles; drooping eyelids; have had surgery on your face; are pregnant or breastfeeding or plan to become pregnant or breastfeed (it is not known if Jeuveau can harm your unborn baby or passes into breast milk).

Tell your healthcare provider about all the medicines you take, including prescription and over-the-counter medicines, vitamins, and herbal supplements. Using Jeuveau with certain other medicines may cause serious side effects. Do not start any new medicines until you have told your healthcare provider that you have received Jeuveau in the past.

Especially tell your healthcare provider if you: have received any other botulinum toxin product in the past and the last 4 months, and exactly which product you received (such as BOTOX, BOTOX Cosmetic, MYOBLOC, DYSPORT, XEOMIN, or DAXXIFY).

What are the possible side effects of Jeuveau?
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No serious or drug-related adverse events were observed in the Jeuveau clinical studies.

Jeuveau may cause serious side effects that can be life threatening. Get medical help right away if you have any of these problems any time (hours to weeks) after injection of Jeuveau:

  • Problems swallowing, speaking, or breathing, due to weakening of associated muscles, can be severe and result in loss of life. You are at the highest risk if these problems are pre-existing before injection. Swallowing problems may last for several months.
  • Spread of toxin effects. The effect of botulinum toxin may affect areas away from the injection site and cause serious symptoms including: loss of strength and all-over muscle weakness, double vision, blurred vision and drooping eyelids, hoarseness or change or loss of voice, trouble saying words clearly, loss of bladder control, trouble breathing, trouble swallowing.

Jeuveau can cause other serious side effects including:

  • Allergic reactions such as itching, rash, red itchy welts, wheezing, trouble breathing, asthma symptoms, or dizziness or feeling faint. Tell your healthcare provider or get emergency medical help right away if you develop wheezing or trouble breathing, or if you feel dizzy or faint.
  • Heart problems. Irregular heartbeat and heart attack that have caused death, have happened in some people who received botulinum toxin products.
  • Eye problems such as dry eye, reduced blinking, and corneal problems. Tell your healthcare provider if you develop eye pain or irritation, sensitivity to light, or changes in your vision.

The most common side effects of Jeuveau include headache, eyelid drooping, upper respiratory infection, and increased white blood cell count.

These are not all the possible side effects of Jeuveau. Call your doctor for medical advice about side effects. You may report side effects to FDA at www.fda.gov/medwatch or 1-800-FDA-1088.

Where can I find Jeuveau?
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We thought you might ask that. Jeuveau is available at select practices throughout the country.

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