top of page

Boosting Botox Results: Unlocking Potential with Zinc and Phytase Supplements

Molecule illustration representing its role in enhancing Botox treatment effectiveness, a key focus of John C Koshy's groundbreaking study on botulinum toxin treatments.


John C. Koshy’s study suggests that adding zinc citrate and phytase supplements can make Botox treatments more powerful and longer-lasting, offering individuals a new way to maximize the benefits of their treatments.


A groundbreaking study by John C. Koshy and team explored whether the addition of zinc and phytase supplements can extend longevity and enhance the effectiveness of Botox treatments, a popular solution for wrinkles and facial spasms.

Overview of Study:

The study used a method where participants received different botulinum toxin treatments alongside varying supplements, including zinc citrate with phytase, zinc gluconate, or a placebo, to observe any differences in treatment outcomes and duration.


The study found promising results for those taking zinc citrate and phytase supplements:

  • 92% of participants experienced a nearly 30% increase in the duration of Botox effects.

  • 84% felt the effectiveness of their treatment was elevated. In contrast, those taking zinc gluconate or a placebo didn't report any notable improvements.


This pioneering research indicates that integrating zinc and phytase supplements can potentially amplify the benefits of Botox treatments, suggesting a valuable role for these supplements in improving treatment outcomes for wrinkles and facial spasms.


These findings are crucial as they pave the way for enhanced patient satisfaction and more potent Botox treatment results. If corroborated by further studies, this supplement combination might become a standard recommendation before undergoing botulinum toxin treatments.

Logo of the National Library of Medicine, a resource for medical research and literature, providing access to the abstract of John C Koshy's study on the role of Zinc and Phytase in enhancing Botox treatments.

bottom of page