Platysmal band toxin Treatments

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What is the treatment for Platysmal Bands?

Platysmal toxin treatment is a highly sought-after cosmetic procedure that effectively addresses the appearance of platysma bands in the neck area. This treatment offers a non-invasive solution to achieve a smoother and more youthful neck contour, providing numerous benefits and boosting overall confidence.

Consultation on your Playsmal Bands:

Your journey towards a rejuvenated neck begins with a thorough consultation. Our experienced medical professionals will listen attentively to your concerns and aesthetic goals. They will conduct a comprehensive evaluation of your neck, assessing the prominence and severity of platysma bands. Based on this assessment, a personalized treatment plan will be created to ensure optimal results.


During the platysmal toxin treatment, our skilled practitioners will administer precise injections of neuromodulators, such as Botox, into the platysma muscle. These injections strategically relax and weaken the muscle, significantly reducing the appearance of vertical bands in the neck. The procedure is quick and typically well-tolerated, often requiring minimal downtime. Most individuals can resume their daily activities immediately after the treatment.

Quick and Convenient:

One of the notable advantages of platysmal toxin treatment is its convenience. The procedure is relatively fast, typically taking less than 30 minutes, making it easily accessible for those with busy schedules. With minimal downtime required, you can swiftly return to your routine without significant disruption.

Long-lasting Results:

Platysmal toxin treatment offers long-lasting results. While individual experiences may vary, many patients enjoy the benefits of a smoother and more refined neck contour for several months. Periodic maintenance treatments can help prolong and optimize the results over time.

Benefits of Toxin Treatment:

Platysmal toxin treatment provides numerous benefits beyond the visible reduction of platysma bands. By relaxing the neck muscles, the treatment also helps to diminish the appearance of neck lines and wrinkles, resulting in a more youthful overall aesthetic. The improved neck contour can enhance facial harmony and restore a more balanced appearance.

Improved Confidence:

The visible reduction of bands and neck lines can have a profound impact on self-confidence. Many individuals find that addressing these concerns through platysmal toxin treatment boosts their overall self-esteem and enhances their satisfaction with their appearance.

Non-invasive and Proven Efficacy:

Platysmal toxin treatment offers a non-invasive alternative to surgical procedures for neck rejuvenation. The use of neuromodulators has been extensively studied and proven effective in reducing the appearance of platysma bands. It provides a safe and reliable option with a track record of success.

Rediscover your confidence and achieve a smoother, more youthful neck contour with our expert platysmal toxin treatment. At Palm Springs Aesthetics, we are committed to helping you overcome the challenges and regain control over your life. Our experienced medical professionals will ensure your comfort, safety, and satisfaction throughout the entire treatment process.

Contact us today to schedule a consultation and take the first step towards a more confident you.

Procedure Time

1 hour

Back to work



Numbing Cream

Full recovery


Sensitivity period/ swelling

Up to 2 weeks

No. of treatments

Every 3 Months


Fully settled 2 weeks

Results duration

3 Months

Potential risks

bruising/ Mild pain on injections/ mild swelling

Treatment Area’s


Platysmal bands




Platysmal Bands toxin treatment

  • £200
  • Platysmal bands are vertical bands of muscle that can appear in the neck as people age. They are caused by the platysma muscle, which is a thin sheet of muscle that runs from the chin to the chest.
  • Platysmal bands can be caused by a number of factors, including:
    • Age: Platysmal bands are more common in older people, as the platysma muscle tends to weaken and lose elasticity with age.
    • Weight loss: Rapid weight loss can also cause platysmal bands, as it can lead to excess skin and muscle laxity in the neck.
    • Genetics: Some people are more prone to developing platysmal bands than others, due to their genetics.
    • Sun exposure: Sun exposure can damage collagen and elastin in the skin, which can contribute to the development of platysmal bands.
  • There is no sure way to prevent platysmal bands, but there are a few things you can do to reduce your risk:
    • Protect your skin from the sun: Wear sunscreen every day, even on cloudy days.
    • Maintain a healthy weight: Losing weight gradually and safely can help to reduce the appearance of platysmal bands.
    • Exercise regularly: Exercise can help to tone and strengthen the platysma muscle, which can help to prevent the development of platysmal bands.
    • Get enough sleep: Sleep is essential for skin health, and getting enough sleep can help to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.
  • There are a number of treatments available for platysmal bands, including:
    • Botox: Botox can be injected into the platysma muscle to relax it and reduce the appearance of bands.
    • Fillers: Fillers can be injected into the neck to plump up the skin and reduce the appearance of bands.
    • Surgery: Surgery is a more permanent option for treating platysmal bands. It involves removing excess skin and muscle from the neck.
    • All treatments for platysmal bands carry some risks, including:
      • Botox: Botox can cause side effects such as bruising, swelling, and redness.
      • Fillers: Fillers can cause side effects such as allergic reactions, infection, and bruising.
      • Surgery: Surgery can cause side effects such as scarring, infection, and nerve damage.

It is important to talk to a doctor or aesthetician to discuss the risks and benefits of treatment for platysmal bands.