The Microdroplet Lift February 12, 2017 By Lisette Hilton Dr. Kenneth Steinsapir reveals his patented botulinum toxin delivery method that minimizes brow activity without treating the forehead. Toxin vs toxin: How do you choose? November 29, 2016 By Randy Dotinga Botox, Dysport and Xeomin may share similarities, but several factors can affect the best way to choose which is best for your individual patients. Botox, Dysport, Xeomin not interchangeable May 31, 2016 By Lisette Hilton Study shows “accepted” equivalents of neurotoxin treatment dosages do not deliver comparable results. Neurotoxin pipeline advances, stay wary of counterfeits January 28, 2016 By Cheryl Guttman As the neurotoxin market is set for expansion, so expands the market of counterfeit products. One expert reviews the innovative options coming up through the pipeline and cautions colleagues about the risks associated with counterfeits. Top 5 dermatology controversies January 11, 2016 By Lisette Hilton There are five controversies rattling today’s dermatology community, causing some dermatologists to think twice about commonly used products, services and procedures. Xeomin vs Botox: Head-to-head study results November 03, 2015 By Lisette Hilton This is the first randomized, prospective, double-blinded, parallel-group study to compare the neurotoxins head to head. Best practices for neurotoxins October 28, 2015 By Lisette Hilton Dr. Corey Maas provides insight into new neuromodulators currently seeking FDA approval at this year's Global Aesthetic Conference. A better botulinum toxin? December 07, 2014 By John Jesitus A topical neuromodulator in development appears to last longer than currently available products when the topical formulation is injected intramuscularly, an expert says. Reconstitution is key to optimizing neurotoxin results April 01, 2014 By Louise Gagnon Suboptimal reconstitution of botulinum toxin type A preparations can diminish the efficacy of neuromodulators for cosmetic use. VIDEO: Aesthetic procedures on upward trend February 19, 2014 By Michelle Sprehe If your practice’s business is anything like national trends, you may need to beef-up your number of staff members for 2014 to handle the explosion of aesthetic procedures coming through your doors.