Dysport challenges you to choose them or Botox!

Nothing like a knock down drag out challenge that benefits consumers looking to soften those unwanted lines and wrinkles. Medicis launched Dysport, their version of a type A botulinum toxin, some months back, hoping to make a dent in Alergan’s Botox market. Not a small task since Botox has been one of the most effective aesthetic medical products, of all time in my opinion, being used for over 2 decades to soften lines and wrinkles when injected into the target muscle.

Dysport has decided to up the ante and has offered the following challenge to anyone seeking a botox-like treatment to decrease unwanted lines and wrinkles. The offer is valid through the end of April, so don’t hesitate if you want to take advantage of this limit time deal.

Here’s the deal. Dysport will give you a $75 rebate for your first Dysport treatment and then you have 14 days to decide whether you “love it” (in which case you’ll get another $75 towards your second Dysport treatment scheduled at least 3 months after your first one) or you “leave it” (in that case you’ll get a $75 rebate the next time you use Botox or another type A botulinum toxin product). Either way, you’ll save $150, which seems like a great deal. In our Beverly Hills practice an area of Botox or Dysport is $300, so the $75 rebate is effectively a 25% discount from that price in which case you’re only paying $225 per area.

I have no financial interest in Dysport or Botox and use both in my Beverly Hills office to soften lines and wrinkles. I also think you need to read the offer for yourself before having any treatments.

Dr Francis Palmer
Beverly Hills Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery
“What’s Your Number..the palmer code.”