Q&A: Botox Resistance? - Body Sculpting with Orthosculpt Skip to main content

Q&A: Dr Cyr, I’ve been getting Botox since my early 20s and I am now 45 years old. The last three times I’ve gone for Botox it works for probably about a week or so and then all of the wrinkles come back. Is it possible that Botox resistance is a real thing?

Yes, that is a real thing. The body forms antibodies to the proteins in Botox. That’s why other products like DYSPORT, which has less proteins and Xeomin are being marketed as an alternative to Botox. They are less likely to have antibodies formed, and tend to last longer, especially in your situation.

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