what is Botulinum Toxin made of

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Botulinum Toxin is an injectable drug made from botulinum toxin type A. This toxin is produced by Clostridium botulinum.

Clostridium botulinum is an anaerobic bacterium that widely exists in the natural environment. In the very beginning, people find that fermented soybean products (fermented bean curd, stinky tofu, etc.) are infected with botulinum during the pretreatment, they will be fermented and preserved in the sealed anaerobic environment in the later stage. , Botulinum Toxin will multiply and produce botulinum toxin.

Although this is the same toxin that causes botulism, a life-threatening form of food poisoning, its effects vary depending on the number and type of exposure. For example, Botulinum toxin is only targeted in small doses.

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In BTX injections, Clostridium botulinum has been purified to remove complexing proteins. These proteins are known to trigger the formation of antibodies, which can reduce the effectiveness of medical treatments. Through purification, Botulinum Toxin’s overall effectiveness is increased, strengthening the potency of its therapeutic nature. Generally, the effects of BTX last 3 months or longer, depending on the area and the ailment to be treated.

It is important to note that while Botulinum Toxin is well received by most patients, certain individuals should not be injected with botulinum toxin type A. Most notably, this includes individuals with allergies to this substance. Additionally, pregnant and breastfeeding individuals and those with neuromuscular disorders or muscular weakness should exercise caution when using BTX.

Common side effects

Common side effects of exposure to botulinum toxin type A include injection site reactions (including pain, swelling, infection, and bleeding), headaches, and eye disorders.

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Botulax can last 6-9 months. 100u is for thin face, 200u is for calf muscles slimming. The duration is longer, but wait-for-effect is a little long, nearly half a month, relatively mild and stable. Effective and more suitable for wrinkle removal.


Meditoxin can last 4-6 months. The effect of meditoxin is stronger and the effect is quick, but it does not last longer than Botulax.


Nabota can last 4-6 months. It is more suitable for people who have had multiple injections of botulinum toxin. The purity is very high and it is not easy to produce antibodies.


Hutox can last 6-9 months. it can go into effect quickly, and has highly purified composition.


Rentox can last 6-8months. Cost-effective one.


Innotox can last 8-10months. Liquid Ready-to-inject, Easy to storage.