A neuromodulator is a product made of natural protein that works on the nerve receptors. It alters or controls nerve activity by providing electric or pharmaceutical agents directly to the targeted areas. Neuromodulation devices and treatment are revolutionary. They are able to treat conditions and symptoms that affect several body parts, including epilepsy, migraines, spinal cord injuries, the Parkinson’s disease, urinary incontinence, and excessive sweating.
In the cosmetic industry, the use of neuromodulators for non-invasive facial rejuvenation treatments in men and women has increased in recent years and has pushed the boundaries of nonsurgical methods. The facial expression is completely natural.
However, over time, repeated movements (for example, squinting of the eyes, raising of the eyelids or simply just smiling) cause wrinkles that are likely to become stagnant and remain permanently engraved in our skin. Although they are sometimes a sign of a busy life, they can also give us an angry, sad, tired or stressed look.
Neuromodulators have a relaxing effect and temporarily interfere with nerve signals that cause the contractions of certain muscle groups and by extension, generate expression lines.